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 long-time 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)

Patrick Beilein Coaching Tree

  • coming soon


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at the NCAA Division II level only; Le Moyne was a Division II program during Beilein’s tenure there