Rick Pitino Biography, Age, Family, Wife and Net Worth

Who is  Rick Pitino?

Rick Pitino (Richard Andrew Pitino) is an American basketball coach and the head coach of Panathinaikos.

Detailed  Rick Pitino Biography

He has also been the head coach of several teams in NCAA Division I and in the NBA. He is also the only coach to lead three different schools to a final four.

Rick Pitino Book

Rick’s books can be accessed here https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Rick+Pitino&i=stripbooks-intl-ship&ref=nb_sb_noss

Rick Pitino Podcast

Pitino hosts a weekly show covering the NBA and NCAA mens’ college basketball, featuring some of the biggest names in basketball. To listen to his podcasts, click this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pitino-press/id1439118110?mt=2

Rick Pitino Horse

Rick has a horse named Party Dancer, which recently won a horse race in California.

Rick Pitino Now

Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino is back in coaching and is said to be in Greece to begin coaching job at Panathinaikos.

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What is  Rick Pitino Age?

Rick was born on 18 September 1952 in New York City, New York.

Who’re  Rick Pitino Family Members?

He is a granddaughter, Ava Catherine Pitino.

Who’re  Rick Pitino Children?

He and his wife have five children: Michael, Christopher, Richard(Rick Pitino Jr), Ryan, and Jacqueline. They also had another son, Daniel, who died from congenital heart failure at age six months.

Who’s  Rick Pitino Wife?

Rick is married to Joanne Minardi.

What is  Rick Pitino Net Worth 2020?

The basketball coach has an estimated net worth of 45 million dollars.

Rick Pitino Social Media Accounts

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Rick Pitino Coaching Record

Season

Team

Overall

Conference

Standing

Postseason

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (NCAA Division I independent) (1975–1976)

1975–76

Hawaii

2–4

Hawaii:

2–4 (.333)

Boston University Terriers (NCAA Division I independent) (1978–1979)

1978–79

Boston University

17–9

Boston University Terriers (Eastern College Athletic Conference-North) (1979–1983)

1979–80

Boston University

21–9

19–7

T–1st

NIT Second Round

1980–81

Boston University

13–14

13–13

T–4th

1981–82

Boston University

19–9

6–2

4th

1982–83

Boston University

21–10

8–2

T–1st

NCAA Division I Preliminary Round

Boston University:

91–51 (.641)

46–24 (.657)

Providence Friars (Big East Conference) (1985–1987)

1985–86

Providence

17–14

7–9

5th

NIT Semifinal

1986–87

Providence

25–9

10–6

4th

NCAA Division I Final Four

Providence:

42–23 (.646)

17–15 (.531)

Kentucky Wildcats (Southeastern Conference) (1989–1997)

^1989–90

Kentucky

14–14

10–8

T–4th^

Ineligible^

^1990–91

Kentucky

22–6

14–4

1st^^

Ineligible^

1991–92

Kentucky

29–7

12–4

1st (East)

NCAA Division I Elite Eight

1992–93

Kentucky

30–4

13–3

2nd (East)

NCAA Division I Final Four

1993–94

Kentucky

27–7

12–4

2nd (East)

NCAA Division I Round of 32

1994–95

Kentucky

28–5

14–2

1st (East)

NCAA Division I Elite Eight

1995–96

Kentucky

34–2

16–0

1st (East)

NCAA Division I Champion

1996–97

Kentucky

35–5

13–3

2nd (East)

NCAA Division I Runner-up

Kentucky:

219–50 (.814)

104–28 (.788)

Louisville Cardinals (Conference USA) (2001–2005)

2001–02

Louisville

19–13

8–8

T–8th

NIT Second Round

2002–03

Louisville

25–7

11–5

3rd

NCAA Division I Round of 32

2003–04

Louisville

20–10^^^

9–7^^^

T–6th

NCAA Division I Round of 64

2004–05

Louisville

33–5

14–2

1st

NCAA Division I Final Four

Louisville Cardinals (Big East Conference) (2005–2013)

2005–06

Louisville

21–13

6–10

T–11th

NIT Semifinal

2006–07

Louisville

24–10

12–4

T–2nd

NCAA Division I Round of 32

2007–08

Louisville

27–9

14–4

T–2nd

NCAA Division I Elite Eight

2008–09

Louisville

31–6

16–2

1st

NCAA Division I Elite Eight

2009–10

Louisville

20–13

11–7

T–5th

NCAA Round of 64

2010–11

Louisville

25–10

12–6

T–3rd

NCAA Division I Round of 64

2011–12

Louisville

0–10 (30 wins, 1 loss vacated)

0–8 (10 wins vacated)

7th

NCAA Division I Final Four (vacated)

2012–13

Louisville

0–5 (35 wins vacated)

0–4 (14 wins vacated)

T–1st

NCAA Division I Champion (vacated)

Louisville Cardinals (American Athletic Conference) (2013–2014)

2013–14

Louisville

0–6 (31 wins, 1 loss vacated)

0–3 (15 wins vacated)

T–1st

NCAA Division I Sweet 16 (vacated)

Louisville Cardinals (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2014–2017)

2014–15

Louisville

0–9 (27 wins, 1 loss vacated)

0–6 (12 wins vacated)

4th

NCAA Division I Elite Eight (vacated)

2015–16

Louisville

23–8

12–6

4th

Ineligible^^^^

2016–17

Louisville

25–9

12–6

T–2nd

NCAA Division I Round of 32

Louisville:

293–140 (.677)

137–88 (.609)

Total:

647–392 (.623)

Rick Pitino Euroleague

Season

Team

W-L

%

2018-19

Panathinaikos OPAP Athens

5 – 5

50.00 %

 

 

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