Patrick Beilein

Patrick Beilein (born March 23, 1983)

Teams coached: West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats, Le Moyne Dolphins
West Virginia Wesleyan record^: 32-27 (.542)
Le Moyne record^: 77-41 (.653)
Overall record^: 109-68 (.616)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • NE-10 (Div II) Regular Season Champion:  3  (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • NE-10 (Div II) Tournament Champion:  1  (2018)
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances:  3  (2017, 2018, 2019)


  • NE-10 (Div II) Coach of the Year: (2017, 2018)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2015-2019 Le Moyne
2014-2015 Utah Jazz (asst)
2012-2014 West Virginia Wesleyan
2011-2012 Bradley (DBO)
2010-2011 Dartmouth (asst)
2008-2010 Michigan (grad. asst)

Patrick Beilein Facts

  • Patrick Jonathan Beilein
  • Born March 23, 1983
  • Hometown: Rochester, New York
  • Alma Mater: West Virginia University (BA, 2006)
  • The son of longtime collegiate (and current NBA) head coach John Beilein, Patrick was born in Rochester where his father was about to start his tenure as head coach at Le Moyne College
    • His great uncle, and his father’s uncle, was the late Joseph Niland, a star player and later head coach at Canisius
  • Attended high school in Richmond, where John was the head coach of the Richmond Spiders, and then played for father at West Virginia from 2002-2006
    • Brief professional career in Holland and Ireland before returning to the States in 2008
  • Spent two years on his father’s staff at Michigan as a graduate assistant before getting his firstassistant job on Paul Cormier‘s staff at Dartmouth in 2010
  • After one season at Dartmouth and one as Geno Ford‘s DBO at Bradley, Beilein became the head coach at Division II West Virginia Wesleyan; went 32-27 over two seasons
  • Was an assistant coach under Quin Snyder with the NBA’s Utah Jazz for one year
  • Became the head coach at Le Moyne, like his father had been, in 2015
    • Led the Dolphins to three straight NCAA Division II Tournaments, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 2018
  • Hired in March 2019 to become the head coach at Niagara in the Division I MAAC
  • In September 2021, Beilein was hired to be the head coach of the Syracuse Stallions of The Basketball League
  • Hired in June 2022 to be the new head boys’ basketball coach at Baldwinsville HS (NY)
  • Along with his wife, Kristen, has one son

Patrick Beilein Coaching Tree

  • coming soon


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at the NCAA Division II level only