Sublousky signs national letter of intent
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball coach Russ Caton announced the signing of former Liberty High School guard Scott Sublousky to a national letter of intent.
Sublousky was an all-conference and all-European selection this past season at Ramstein High School in Germany. He was featured as Europe's Athlete of the Week and has lettered athletically in both basketball and football as well as academically.
The summer prior to relocating in Germany, Sublousky was named one of the top juniors at the Adidas West Coast Double Pump camp. He was also named to the all-tournament team at the MaxPrep Division I Top of the Rockies tournament.
Sublousky spent his freshman and sophomore seasons at Liberty High School in Colorado Springs. As a sophomore, he was a starting guard on the Lancers team that advanced all the way to the Elite Eight and was named honorable mention all-conference. He was an academic all-conference selection as well.
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