Bradley Laubacher is a multi-sport performer who knows how to perform at the elite level. As a track and field athlete at Oregon, Laubacher was a member of the 4×400 relay team and was a two-time All-Pac 12 selection in the high jump. The Ducks won four straight outdoor Pac-12 titles and five national championships (three indoor and two outdoor) in his four years. After switching to basketball and transferring to NAIA Division II Bushnell University in Eugene, Oregon, for the 2016-17 season, Laubacher made an immediate impact, winning team defensive MVP honors. The brainy Laubacher earned a B.S. in applied business and economics from Oregon with a 3.7 GPA and a Master’s in secondary education and teaching from Bushnell with a 3.97 GPA. At Summit High School in Bend, Oregon, Bradley Laubacher won the state title in the high jump and helped his team win the state championship. He was also an all-conference choice on the basketball squad. He comes from an athletic family. His father Roger (San Diego State), grandfather Patrick (Northern State University) and brother Patrick (Lane College) all were college track and field standouts. Prior to giving SlamBall a try, he spent time as a basketball coach at his high school alma mater and track coach at a community college. He currently serves as vice president at State Basketball Championship, the largest qualifier-based youth basketball operator in the country.