About Our Movement

Eagles Athletic Association (EAA), a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, was founded in 2019 by a group of dedicated Boone County community leaders who saw an opportunity to equip and elevate more area leaders through the powerful learning lessons that sports and beyond provide.

EAA supports the character building principles of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, and good citizenship in equipping tomorrow’s leaders for success that far transcends the playing surfaces.

All EAA initiatives share a core philosophy that is reflected in our SELECT curriculum, planned program offerings, and community service activities.

S – Sportsmanship

E – Effort

L – Leadership

E – Excellence

C – Character

T – Teamwork

Through sports, our goal is to inspire, teach, and instill the values and skills that will have a long-lasting impact on each member of our organization. With a variety of different sports options available for our young athletes and their families, we believe our curriculum will elevate our youth’s development, regardless of skill level.

Our goal is to build cohesion, develop strong bonds among the players and their families, and to create an environment where each athlete feels like they are part of something bigger than just a weekly activity.

Our overall goal is to positively impact as many of our community’s youth as possible, regardless of their skill or competitive level. Our organization will provide life-long memories and transformative learning opportunities for all members in a safe and fun environment.

Every player matters. Every opportunity provides a chance to grow, both on and off the playing surface. Eagles Athletic Association has a mission to be the “Gold Standard” for community-based programs, focused on not only the development of skills, but shaping young people to be successful in their own unique personal journey.

Board Of Directors

Andrew VanZee


Andrew has been involved in participating and coaching multiple sports from the college levels down. As a collegiate wrestler/lacrosse player and high school wrestler/baseball player, sports has been an integral part of his life since early age. Andrew believes that sports teach kids many of the life skills necessary to lead a successful life.

Chad Antcliff


Chad has been actively coaching youth sports for the past five years, coaching basketball, softball, baseball, football and soccer. He believes sports provides young people an opportunity learn about life and relates the many valuable lessons learned while playing sports to relatable life situations to our young people.

Torrye Kampen


Torrye is actively involved with many local organizations in Zionsville, both ZEF and the Boone Meadow Elementary PTO, where she is the VP of Staff Services and a large part of their fundraising initiative. She also serves on the ZLL board, where she brings her professional background in apparel merchandising and manufacturing to youth sports as the Uniform Officer. When not working as a National Apparel Sales Manager, she is coaching a women’s bootcamp at IndyMax Impact or cheering for her her young sons and husband at the ball field! Torrye believes that youth create a rich environment where kids learn about sportsmanship, teamwork, respect, optimism and self confidence.

Rick Hunt


Rick has been involved in youth sports over the last 20 years thru various organizations (Upwards Basketball, Little League International, Triple Crown Baseball Academy, & the Zionsville Basketball Feeder Program). He believes in developing well-rounded athletes with a strong focus on not only skill development, but character building as well. He moved to Zionsville in 2015 and has worked to align himself with passionate, hard working individuals focused on making the Zionsville youth sports programs the best community experience around.

Eric Allen


Eric has been passionately coaching for the past 20+
years, from his boys T-ball to Division I basketball, and
everything in between. He is excited to help leave a
lasting legacy through EAA for our community’s youth
on and especially transcending the playing arena!