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Dino Gaudio was born on 30 March, 1957 in Martins Ferry, Ohio, United States, is an American basketball coach. Discover Dino Gaudio's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 63 years old?

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Age 64 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 30 March 1957
Birthday 30 March
Birthplace Martins Ferry, Ohio, United States
Nationality United States

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Gaudio became an announcer for ESPN's college basketball coverage in 2011.


Gaudio remained loyal to Prosser, his mentor and predecessor at Wake Forest. In the final days of his life, Prosser attended the games of three 5-star recruits in Las Vegas and Orlando. These recruits remained committed to Wake Forest and made up an eventual number-three-ranked recruiting class for the 2008–09 season, signed by Gaudio as a memory to Prosser.

Gaudio tallied three winning seasons at Wake Forest, making the NCAA Tournament in two out of three years. In 2008–09, his Deacons raced out to a 16–0 start and rose to the number-one spot in the rankings for only the second time in school history. However, they went out with a thud, losing in the first round of the ACC Tournament to Maryland before getting blown out by 13-seed Cleveland State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. A year later, they made another early exit in the ACC Tournament. While they won their first-round NCAA Tournament game, they were drilled by Kentucky in the second round. Gaudio was fired a few weeks later.


Gaudio was named head coach of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons men's basketball team on August 8, 2007. He had served as an assistant to his predecessor, Skip Prosser, who died suddenly in July 2007. Gaudio's association with Prosser began in 1981 when he served as an assistant coach at Central Catholic High School in Wheeling, West Virginia, while Prosser was head coach.


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 basketball team. 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.


Gaudio is a graduate of Ohio University (1981) and Xavier University (master's in Secondary Education, 1991).


Dino Joseph Gaudio (born March 30, 1957) is a former head men's basketball coach at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and a current college basketball assistant coach at the University of Louisville. He previously served as the head coach at the United States Military Academy and Loyola College in Maryland.