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Steve Forbes was born on 22 March, 1965 in Lone Tree, Iowa, United States, is an American college basketball coach. Discover Steve Forbes'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 55 years old?

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Born 22 March 1965
Birthday 22 March
Birthplace Lone Tree, Iowa, United States
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On April 30, 2020, Forbes was hired as head coach at Wake Forest University, replacing Danny Manning.


Forbes’ experience also helped Tennessee's 2006, 2008 and 2010 recruiting classes to a top 10 national ranking by multiple ratings services. In 2011 Forbes moved on from the Tennessee program when Bruce Pearl and his staff (including Forbes) were fired amidst NCAA recruiting violations committed by Pearl.


On March 30, 2015, Forbes was named the new head coach of the East Tennessee State men's basketball team. He was the 16th head coach in the program’s 95-year history, and was hired after former coach Murry Bartow was let go. His recruiting ties and his extensive background as an assistant coach at the NCAA Division I level made him the perfect fit for the ETSU program according to the school's athletic director, Dr. Richard Sander.

The hiring of Forbes was named one of the best offseason coaching hires of 2015 by CBS Sports. Forbes secured his first signature win on November 22, 2015 defeating Georgia Tech in Atlanta by a score of 69-68. On March 4, 2020, Forbes was named Southern Conference Coach of the Year.


In 2014-15, Wichita State went 30-5 on the season and recorded its third consecutive season of 30 wins or more. The No. 7-seeded Shockers advanced to the Sweet 16 before falling to No. 3 seed and ACC champion Notre Dame.


Forbes' performance at Northwest Florida State caught the attention of Wichita State Shockers head basketball coach Gregg Marshall, who hired him as an assistant in 2013. At Wichita State, Forbes helped coach the Shockers to two of the most successful seasons in program history.

In 2013-14, Wichita State won a NCAA record 35-straight games before losing to eventual National Runner-up Kentucky in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. The Shockers' 35-1 record also shattered all of WSU's and the MVC's winning streak records, including Indiana State's 33-game record in 1977. WSU entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed, a first for the program.


In 2011, the same year Forbes was fired from Tennessee, he was hired by Northwest Florida State, a junior college, as the head coach of their program. During his two-year tenure in Niceville, Florida, he coached the Raiders to a 62-6 record and had five of his junior college players transfer to Division I schools in the offseason.


Tennessee won a school-record 31 games in 2008, and their 14-2 league record gave the program its first outright SEC championship in more than 40 years. Following a 66-62 win at top-ranked Memphis on February 23, 2008, UT earned the first No. 1 ranking in school history.


After spending two seasons at Texas A&M, Forbes came to Tennessee in 2006 as an assistant coach under Bruce Pearl. In the five seasons at Tennessee, Forbes helped coach the Vols to an average of 26 wins per year, and advanced to five consecutive NCAA Tournaments – making three Sweet Sixteen appearances and advancing to the program's first-ever Elite Eight in 2010.


In 2004 Forbes started coaching as an assistant coach at Texas A&M under Billy Gillispie. He helped turn the Aggies from a team that had posted a 7-21 record the previous season and hadn't received a postseason invitation in 11 years, to a program that averaged more than 21 wins in his two seasons and advanced to postseason play both years.

A&M posted back-to-back seasons with the most Big 12 Conference wins in school history with Forbes on the bench. Picked to finish last in the Big 12 prior to the 2004-05 season, the Aggies won their first 11 games and went on to a 21-10 record and made an appearance in the National Invitation Tournament. In 2005-06, Texas A&M advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1987 while recording a 22-9 record, the third-most wins in school history. The Aggies defeated Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before falling to eventual Final Four participant LSU on a last-second shot.


Forbes spent three years at Louisiana Tech (2000–03), where he helped sign two nationally-ranked recruiting classes, including a top-10 class in 2003. In 2002 the Bulldogs posted a 22-10 record and went 2-1 in the National Invitation Tournament, their first postseason appearance in 10 years. He also coached at Illinois State (2003–04) before joining Billy Gillispie's coaching staff at Texas A&M.


In 1998 Forbes joined the Idaho coaching staff as an assistant coach before being promoted to associate head coach for the 1998-99 season. In his first season, the Vandals improved to 16-11 and signed a nationally-ranked recruiting class.


After spending two years (1989–91) as an assistant coach at Southwestern Community College in Creston, Iowa, Forbes was promoted to head coach in March 1991. In 1993 Forbes started coaching as an assistant at Barton County Community College in Great Bend, Kansas, and then was promoted to the head coach of the team in 1995. During his three seasons competing in the Jayhawk Conference, the Cougars produced three All-Americas, twice finished the season with a national ranking and earned victories over 15 nationally-ranked teams. Overall, he compiled a 68-28 record in three years (1995–98) as the head coach of the Cougars.


A native of Lone Tree, Iowa, Forbes graduated from Southern Arkansas University with a degree in secondary education in 1988. A former baseball student-athlete for the Muleriders, Forbes spent one year at his alma mater as the sports information director before embarking on a coaching career.


Steve Forbes (born March 22, 1965) is an American men's college basketball head coach for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. His Division I experience includes five years at East Tennessee State, two seasons at Texas A&M, one year at Illinois State, three years at Louisiana Tech, and two years at Idaho.