Paul Biancardi

Paul Biancardi (born August 11, 1962)

Teams coached: Wright State Raiders
Wright State record: 42-44 (.488)
Overall record: 42-44 (.488)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2007-2008 Saint Louis (asst)
2003-2006 Wright State
1997-2003 Ohio State (asst)
1990-1997 Boston College (asst)
1989-1990 Boston University (asst)
1987-1989 Suffolk (asst)
1985-1986 Salem State (asst)

Paul Biancardi Facts

  • Paul Biancardi
  • Born August 11, 1962
  • Hometown: Everett, Massachusetts
  • Alma Mater: Salem State University (BA, 1985)
  • Graduated from Pope John XXIII HS (MA), then played at D-III Salem State (MA) for head coachesJoe Lavacchia, Arthur Fiste and Tom Thibodeau
  • Joined the coaching staff at his alma mater in 1985, spending the season as an assistant under new head coach Dana Skinner
  • Had stints as an assistant at Stoneham HS (MA), D-III Suffolk (under James E. Nelson) and Boston University (under Mike Jarvis)
  • Hired in 1990 by Jim O’Brien to be an assistant at Boston College; would work with O’Brien for the next 13 years (seven at BC plus six at Ohio State)
    • Part of a number of NCAA Tournaments, including the Buckeyes’ trip to the 1999 Final Four that was later vacated by the NCAA
  • Hired in 2003 to be the head coach at Wright State, leading the Raiders for the next three years
    • Won Horizon League COY in 2004, but resigned in 2006 after going 13-15 the previous season (42-44 overall)
  • Later spent one season as an assistant under Hall of Fame head coach Rick Majerus at Saint Louis
  • Since ending his coaching career, Biancardi has worked for ESPN as a television analyst, scout and national recruiting director

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