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Chase White, CO-CEO/Founder

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Quick Facts:

  • Home Town: Chicago, IL
  • High School: Lassiter High '06
  • College: University of Georgia '10 (Marketing)
  • Birthdate: February 29, 1988
  • Position: CO-Chief Executive Officer

Chase White is currently in his first year as asssistant varsity basketball coach at St. Pius X Catholic High School. He also heads the middle school programs for St. Pius, specifically coaching the 8th grade team whom he recently lead to a runner-up finish in the league championship.

White also serves as an assistant coach for one of the premier AAU teams in the state of Georgia, the Atlanta AllStars.  His teams have consistently won at the highest level every year.  During his 4 year tenure with the Atlanta AllStars, White has helped put nearly 40 kids in college on scholorships. 

While a student at the University of Georgia, White was a member of the Lady Bulldog Basketball Staff from 2006-2010, including Head Manager/Student Assistant during his final two years.  During his time at Georgia, the Lady Bulldogs went 93-40, made 4 NCAA tournaments and 2 sweet sixteens.

In addition, White has worked a countless number of basketball camps over the years.  Those camps range from his former high school's summer camps, to "Rising Stars" camps in Buckhead, to being a gym manager for UGA's 5 day overnight camps each summer.

White graduated from the University of Georgia in May of 2010 with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.

Chase is a native of Hoopeston, IL where he lived until he was 12.  Growing up he attended many Chicago Bulls games as his father was a season ticket holder during the dynasty years of Michael Jordan.  Upon moving to Marietta, he attended Lassiter High School and was a three-year letter winner in basketball.  He played for Coach Allen Carden and was a member of Lassiter's 2004 team that finished with a school best 24-6 record, was ranked in the Top 10 in state, and lost in the Sweet 16 of the state tournament to eventual champion South Gwinnett.  Chase has a younger brother named Blaise who is currently playing college basketball at Birmingham-Southern College.