Victor Vondracek was born and raised in Southwest Minnesota growing up in a small town called Walnut Grove. He graduated with a B.S. Degree in Sports Management and a Minor in Business Administration from Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, MN. A former athlete, Vondracek played Division II rugby for the Mustangs.
Upon graduation, Vondracek moved to Memphis, TN to work for an AAU basketball program called M33M, MM standing for Mike Miller of the Denver Nuggets (NBA) where he served as the General Manger running day to day operations working with more than 300 kids and parents in the program and coaching athletes from the age of 10 (ten) and under, all the way to Division I athletes. Currently, Vondracek serves as an executive board member for PSA’s respective athletic conference (Twin Cities Athletic Conference) and the assistant basketball coordinator, consisting of twenty-two (22) schools.
Vondracek also donates his time to charitable foundations such as the Youth Athletic Foundation and the Mike Miller Foundation, helping organize events and tournaments that raise money to help give our youth opportunities through basketball and athletics.