Matt Wolff is known as an American college basketball coach. He is most famous for being a coach at American University.
Matt Wolf was born on Feb 5, 1985 to JoAnn and Dennis Wolff. His father was a head basketball coach. His sister, Nicole, won a national title with the University of Connecticut in 2004. Wolff graduated from Boston University in 2009 with a four year degree in criminal justice. His parents were very proud that he was able to get a degree while at the same time honing his basketball skills.
Matt Wolff is entered his ninth season with American University men's basketball team and his 6th under head mentor Mike Brennan in 2018-19. Brennan promoted Wolff to an assistant coach in May of 2013 subsequent to burning through three seasons as the director of operations under former head mentor Jeff Jones.
Wolff is in charge of exploring, enlisting and working with the recruits. Wolff has been instrumental in building up the AU underclassmen and been part of four selecting classes that saw more than 10 recruits join the group.
In his eighth season with American, Wolff had a prompt effect in the improvement of All-PL Rookie Sam Iorio. After sophomore Mark Gasperini went down with a season ending injury damage during training camp, Wolff worked with Iorio and colleagues Jessie Little and Marvin Bragg to be set up for the overwhelming outstanding task at hand in the frontcourt. Iorio completed second in the group in scoring, averaging 14.9 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Little and Bragg each started 16 and played about 20 minutes per game.
In 2016-17, Wolff was instrumental in building up All-PL Rookie Team member Mark Gasperini. The rookie averaged 11.7 points and 4.2 rebounds per game. American additionally observed expanded time from Matt Cimino, who started the last three rounds of the season and scored in double figures in two of those games.
In his 6th season, American invited four newcomers into frontcourt positions. Green bean Andrija Matic and Lonnie Rivera saw noteworthy minutes late in the season and junior exchange Paris Maragkos started the season as the starting center.
As a rising basketball coach, many would expect that Wolff would have his share of public romances. It seems that he is focused on his career and trying to be the best he can be because he has already settled down with a special lady. In the late spring of 2017, Wolff married Liza Rebello and they are trying to build a life together in Glover Park.
|Birth Date:||14 Apr, 1999|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Birth Place:||Simi Valley|
|Education:||Oklahoma State University–Stillwater|
|Description:||American professional golfer|