• Team Northeast USA Brings Home the GOLD

    Acapulco, Mexico- Expo Mundo Imperial was home to the Pan American badminton athletes for a week. After almost 12 hours of travelling and covid testing, our juniors finally settled and prepared to fight for gold. Competition was fierce upon reaching semis with mostly against players from USA. Most made it to finals except shuttler Mikayla

  • Yonex Northeast Closed Regional Championships

    Northeast regional junior players came out strong to support the closed regionals. Held in fairly new gym, South Jersey Indoor Sports Center was host for 2 days for the competitive players in the region. With just over 115 players and 297 matches overall, it took the whole regions effort to pull it off. The BS


    Tournament season kicked off with the 1st Open Regional Championships held in Pinebrook and Edison NJ. After a long hiatus, juniors made their way to NJ, USA to compete for ranking points and high stakes. This is the first time an open regional has been separated into two venues, requiring massive manpower and coordination. The

  • Northeast Junior Charity Series

    The Junior developmental tournament series was held in Northeast Badminton club in Somerset, NJ. Two weeks prior the NE Yonex/IBC Open regional, this was held to prepare the youngsters for their very first ranking tournament. The Northeast Open Regional is the 1st in the whole USA to hold the 50% ranking tournament after an almost

  • NJ Juniors Raise Funds for Judy Devlin Fund

    Age does not matter when it comes to charity. Highschool seniors Viswanith Nair and Jason Zhan put their heads together and decided to give back to the sport they both loved. Badminton. Together they planned, networked and consulted to put together a charity tournament that would raise much needed funds for the JUDY DEVLIN FUND