||30 March 1957
||Martins Ferry, Ohio, United States
||Alyssa and Kaylan ( Daughters)
|Net Worth ( 2021)
Dino Joseph Gaudio is a former head men's coach at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and formerly a university basketball assistant coach at the University of Louisville. He previously worked as head coach at the us academy in Maryland and Loyola College. Godio's association with Proser began in 1981, when he worked as an assistant coach at Central Catholic highschool in Wheeling, West Virginia , while Prosser was the top coach.
Early Life and Family
Dino Gaudio was born on 27 August 1981 in Martins Ferry, Ohio. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a White ethnos . Further, details about parents and siblings of Dino isn't available.Gaudio attended Buckeye Local highschool for his graduation. additionally , he joined the Ohio University and completed his double Bachelor's in Accounting and education in 1981. Later he gained his academic degree from the Xavier University in education in 1991.
Dino Gaudio Net Worth
Dino Joseph Gaudio is a former head men's coach who has an estimated net worth of over $5 million. Reportedly he earns around $500,000, as his annual salary .
Dino may be a husband . He married his girlfriend Maureen after being during a relationship for long. The couple is blessed two beautiful daughters Kaylan and Alyssa.Besides, his daughter Alyssa may be a graduate from the University of Virginia School of Law. Dino features a grandchild also but details about him isn't yet published.Being a famous coach , he's quite active in social media. additionally , he features a huge number of fan following on his social sites. Body measurements of Dino aren't available.
Broadcasting Career : Gaudio started his broadcasting career with ESPN in 2010 working as their college basketball analyst. As a game and studio analyst, Dino appears on many platforms, including Katz Korner, ESPN radio and is additionally a panelist for the experts of ESPNU.
Coaching Career : Dino served as an assistant coach for Wake Forest at the start of his coaching career and later became the top coach after the death of the top coach Skip Prosser in 2007.
Louisville : After seven years with ESPN and out of coaching, Gaudio was hired by Chris Mack to be an assistant for the Louisville Cardinals men's five . Mack and Gaudio were previously assistants together at Wake Forest from 2001–04, before Mack left to become an assistant and later head coach at Xavier University.
On March 18th 2021, Gaudio's contract wasn't renewed after Chris Mack hinted at a staff shake-up during his season ending news conference . Gaudio was then charged with one federal count of attempting to extort money and other things useful from the University of Louisville, consistent with information released by Michael Bennett, the acting U.S. Attorney for the District Court of Western Kentucky.
consistent with the charge, Gaudio, during an in-person meeting with Louisville officials on St Patrick's Day , 2021, "threatened to report back to the media allegations that the University of Louisville men's basketball program had violated ( NCAA ) rules in its production of recruiting videos for prospective student-athletes and its use of graduate assistants in practice, unless the University of Louisville paid his salary for a further 17 months or provided the payment equivalent of 17 months of salary."
Louisville : As per Report during a statement: "As detailed within the charging document, after Gaudio was informed that his contract wouldn't be renewed, he threatened to tell members of the media of alleged NCAA violations within the men's basketball program unless he was paid a big sum of cash .
The allegations of violations are the impermissible production of recruiting videos for prospective student-athletes and therefore the impermissible use of graduate managers in practices and workouts. While the University cannot comment further thanks to the continued federal investigation and therefore the NCAA process, it continues to cooperate with authorities also like the NCAA on the matter."