Todd Abraham

Todd Abraham's wide variety of basketball coaching experience spans 30 years. He teaches, coaches, and develops fundamentals and team basketball skills for youth as well as high school and college athletes.

Todd has earned a reputation as one of the Northwest's leading fundamental basketball technique teachers in both small- and large-group clinic settings. He has experience teaching multiple ages in both men's and women's basketball.

Todd has led numerous Team Concept Youth and High School AAU teams to championships over the past 12 years. He's trained and coached scores of high school student athletes, including several OSAA Players of the Year and four McDonald's All-Americans.

Todd is entering his fourth season as an assistant with the women's varsity basketball team at Central Catholic High School and serves as a fundamental developmental specialist to the program. He helped direct the Rams to their first State Championship in 2012-13.

In 1991-1992, Todd coached at the NCAA Division collegiate level as a graduate assistant with the Oregon State University women's basketball team under the guidance of head coach, Aki Hill.

Todd earned a bachelor's degree from Portland State University in Speech Communications and a second undergraduate degree in Broadcast Media Communications from Oregon State University during his time with the Beavers.

Todd enjoys spending time with his family, writing music, playing sports, watching basketball games, and relaxing on the Oregon Coast. Todd's daughter Alyx is a student at OSU. He is married to his lovely wife Regina, and they have a son, Todd Jr.