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Billy Donovan wiki, salary, son, twitter, wife

Billy Donovan who is an American college basketball coach was born on 30th May of the year 1965. He had been the head coach of Florida Gators Men’s Basketball Team of University of Florida since the year 1996. He is the native of Rockville Centre, New York. He is the son of Bill Donovan Sr. and Joan Donovan. He also has one younger sister. He went to study at the St. Agnes Cathedral High School. There, he played the basketball under the coach Frank Morris.

  • Height:

    180 cm

  • Date of Birth:

    1965-05-30

  • Married To:

    Yes

  • Social Media

After completing his graduation, he accepted an athletic scholarship to the Providence College. He played for the Providence from 1983 till 1987. He then played for New York Knicks till 1988. During his coaching career till now, Billy has coached for the Kentucky from 1989 till 1994. He then coached for the Marshall from 1994 till 1996. Currently, he has been coaching for the Florida since the year 1996.

To talk about his personal life biography, he had already got married. He is married to his supporting as well as loving wife Christine D’Auria. The couple exchanged their vows with each other in the year 1990. Billy and Christine also have four children together who are named as Connor, Bryan, Hasbrouck and William III. Besides that, Donovan’s salary for 2014-15 seasons was $4.2 million. In 2015-16 seasons, he will make $3.9 million before it increases to $4 million.

Apart from that, Donovan has now reached at the age of 49 and he stands taller at the height of five feet and eleven inches. He is a Roman Catholic. Some of his players as well as the media have described him as politically conservative; however he is a registered independent. Donovan is also the active user of various social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For more details regarding him, we can also follow him on his account. More details that are related to his biography can also be found in other sources in the media.

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