Founder & Head of Basketball Operations
Born in Anchorage, Alaska, Coach Q played at East High School for the great Chuck White. He then played for two years at Skagit Valley College (2nd team all-conference as a freshman, 1st team all-conference as a sophomore, Thanksgiving tourney MVP. & Male Athlete of the Year). After Skagit, he attended Biola University and played for two years under Dave Holmquist. Coach Q received the prominent All-Golden State Athletic conference as a senior. After college, he coached at Brinley Middle School, eight years at Liberty High School, and coached both boys and girls’ varsity. His accolades include Coach of the Year in 2010, Two-time region champion, and Coaches in the Community Award from NBA Summer League 2016. Currently, Coach Q serves as Head of Basketball Operations at Game Changers Sports. Throughout his coaching career, Coach Q has coached 42 college basketball players, both male & female, at various levels.
GC Live is vital to Coach Q because it allows him to build lifelong relationships with athletes and their families beyond the game. It also allows him to instill life lessons into athletes that have an impact beyond the game
Meet the Coaches
Chase Jeter is a current basketball player, coach, trainer, and yoga teacher who has played at the highest level in High School and College, beginning his professional career as a player. As a former McDonalds All- American, Chase held a 3.9 GPA throughout high school. He played for two years at Duke University, where he studied Cultural Anthropology, and later transferred to the University of Arizona. Chase graduated with a bachelor's degree in Human Social and Behavioral Understanding and a master's degree in Educational Leadership. During his collegiate career, Chase had the opportunity to learn from two preeminent coaches, Coach Mike Krzyzewski, and Coach Sean Miller. From his experience and tenure at these two institutions, he took a hiatus from the game of basketball as a player to become more well-rounded as a human being. During this journey, Chase became certified as a yoga instructor, schoolteacher, mentor, coach, and trainer for young people. Kind, open, and willing to share his knowledge and wisdom from his experience, Chase enters our program with high energy, love, and passion not only for the game of basketball but also for life. Chase is an endearing and truthful human being who always has children's best interests at heart.
Coach Jason Townsend hails from Tacoma, WA. He has coached Varsity Basketball for nine years with seven years of College Coach Experience and has been named Coach of the year two times. Coach Jason’s impressive career doesn’t stop there. He has also had eight playoff appearances and four-time State Regional Qualifier.
As of 2022, Coach Jason Townsend has remained unedited for the league title and coached three state All-Star Games. 16 of his former players currently playing college basketball. D1, D2, D3, and JC.
Stephen McCall has three years of professional experience and is a Faith Lutheran High School Alumni. He has three Nevada 3A State Championships to his name. Stephen has put lots of time and energy into more than just basketball. He has a bachelor in Small Business Management focused on Health & Human Performance. He is also a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and a Pro Skills Specialist. He was a part of the NWAAC Juco and NAIA 1st Team All-conference & All American. Stephen is a dedicated trainer! You can usually find him working out or training athletes at Game Changers Sports.
Coach Bryant Roosevelts is an NCAA Certified/AAU Coach. He started to coach in 2002 and has been dedicated to the coaching game since. His goal as a basketball coach is to successfully instill character, discipline, and knowledge for the game of basketball, successfully manage athletes with various personalities, and accomplish the unity of all these personalities into one common goal, which is to win. I will educate and inspire students on the value of unity and perseverance. He has 2 High School City League Championships, 2 Middle School championships, and 11 Playoff appearances.