Tom Izzo (Basketball Coach.), born on 1955-01-30 in Iron Mountain. Tom Izzo's age 65 years & Zodiac Sign Aquarius, nationality American (by birth) . Let's check, How Tall is Tom Izzo?
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Tom Izzo Height
5 Feet 9 Inches (175.25 cm/1.752 m)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||5 Feet 9 Inches|
|Height (in Centimeters)||175.25 cm|
|Height (in Meters)||1.752 m|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||73 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||160.93 lbs|
Tom Izzo Body Measurements
Tom Izzo's full body measurements are 44 inches (111.76 cm) - 15.5 inches (39.37 cm) - 33 inches (83.82 cm).
|Measurements||44-33-14.5 inches/ 111.76-83.82-39.37 cm|
|Chest Size||44 inches (111.76 cm)|
|Biceps Size||15.5 inches (39.37 cm)|
|Waist Size (Male)||33 inches (83.82 cm)|
Tom Izzo FAQs
How many rings does Tom Izzo have?
Now in his 27th year, Izzo has compiled an impressive list of accomplishments, including the 2000 NCAA National Championship, 10 regular-season Big Ten Championships, six Big Ten Tournament titles, eight Final Four appearances, eight National Coach of the Year awards and a Big Ten-record 23 straight NCAA Tournament …
Has Tom Izzo won a national championship?
Izzo won a national championship in 2000. He has 10 Final Four appearances. He was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016. He has 10 regular-season Big Ten championships, six Big Ten Tournament titles and a Big Ten-record 23-straight (soon to be 24-straight) NCAA Tournament appearances.
Which coach has the most Big Ten basketball wins?
RkCoachW1Steve Alford1522Tommy Amaker1083Forddy Anderson1254Kyle Anderson1
What is Tom Izzo's record against Duke?
Krzyzewski has a 12-3 record against Izzo, but it’s worth noting that the Spartans have won two of the last three matchups. Duke also has a 3-2 record in the NCAA tournament against the Spartans in this coaching matchup. That includes a pair of Final Four matchups in 1999 and 2015.
Tom Izzo is one of the most famous and trending Basketball Coach in whole world right now. Tom Izzo was born on January 30, 1955 in Iron Mountain, Michigan, U.S. He graduate from Northern Michigan.
He start his coaching career in Ishpeming High School. He then took an assistant coaching job at Northern Michigan University from 1979 to 1983. Izzo was then named a part-time assistant at Michigan State in September 1983. After a short two-month stay in 1986 as an assistant coach at University of Tulsa, Izzo returned to Michigan State when assistant Mike Deane left to become head coach at Siena College. Prior to the 1990–91 season, then coach Jud Heathcote elevated Izzo to associate head coach. After Heathcote’s retirement following the 1994–95 season and upon both Heathcote and the Michigan State Athletic Director’s recommendation, Izzo was named the new head coach of men’s basketball for MSU.
He hired as head coach at Michigan State in 1995, Izzo is currently the longest-tenured basketball coach in the Big Ten Conference. He became the coach with the most wins in school history after winning his 341st game on November 29, 2009 to surpass Heathcote. In his first two seasons as head coach, Izzo went 9–9 finishing 6th and 7th in the conference and failed to make the NCAA Tournament. In 1998, MSU’s record in conference improved to 13–3 and Izzo won the first of his nine regular-season Big Ten championships. In 2000, Izzo led MSU to its second NCAA national championship with an 89–76 win over Florida.
In 2013, Izzo was voted as the fifth angriest coach in college basketball by USA Today Sports, an honor that he cherishes. On November 26, 2015, Izzo won his 500th career game, all with Michigan State, with a win over Boston College in the Wooden Legacy. On January 28, 2016, Izzo won his 513th career game moving him into second place past Gene Keady all time for wins by a coach in the Big Ten. On October 13, 2016, Izzo won the Dean Smith Award which is awarded to “an individual in college basketball who embodies the spirit and values of the late North Carolina coaching great.”
He married Lupe Martinez in 1992; the couple has a son and a daughter. Now he ranked in the list of most popular American basketball coach.Read Full Biography Wikipedia