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Who was Pete Carril? Obituary, Wife, Age, Birthday, Children, Parents, Siblings, Death, Cause of Death, Height, Weight

Who was Pete Carril?

Pete Carril was an American basketball coach well known for his 30-year tenure at Princeton University. He is most notably remembered for his use of the “Princeton offence and he previously n the NBA as an assistant with the Sacramento Kings and coached at Lehigh University.

Here is all you need to know about Pete Carrils Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Net Worth, Wikipedia, Wife, Parents, Siblings, Children, Instagram, Twitter, Death and Cause of Death.

Pete Carril Age, Birthday, How Old is He?

Pete was 92 years old when he sadly passed away on August 15, 2022. Born on July 10th 1930 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States he celebrates his birthday on July 10 of each year. His Zodiac Sign is Cancer.

Pete Carril Wife, Was he Married?

Pete was a Married man. He had however managed to keep information regarding his wife and personal life away from the Public eye. We cannot, therefore, Confirm who and where his Wife is.

Pete Carril Children

Pete and his Wife have two Children Together a son named Peter Carril of Princeton and a Daughter named  Carril of Pennington, N.J. he has two Grand Children as of this writing. His son Peter Carril jr is also a Coach who served as an assistant coach with the Lawrenceville School boys.

Pete Carril Parents, Siblings

Carril was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the son of Spanish immigrants to the United States from Riao, León, and Salamanca. He attended Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and was an all-state selection for Pennsylvania in 1947-48. He was an only Child and does not have any siblings.

Pete Carril Height, Weight

Pete stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 9 Inches tall. Her weight and other body measurements are unavailable.

Pete Carril’s Death and Cause of Death

Carril, the Hall of Fame men’s basketball coach who created the “Princeton offence” that became synonymous with the sport and the University, died on Monday morning.  His Death was the result of Stoke Complications. He was 92 years old at the time.

Carril was a demanding coach in practice, a demonstrative coach on the sidelines, and a respected member of the college coaching fraternity — a group that now includes several of his former players. In 29 seasons as head coach, he led Princeton to 13 Ivy League championships, 11 NCAA Tournaments, and 514 victories, a run that ended in 1996 when his Tigers defeated Penn in a one-game Ivy playoff and then upset UCLA, the defending NCAA champion.

Pete Carril Quotes

“A guy who gives you less than what he has to give is, one, telling you what he thinks of you, and two, telling you what he thinks of himself.” “Coaching is preparation.” “I don’t recruit players who are nasty to their parents. I look for players who realize the world doesn’t revolve around them.”

 

“I don’t recruit players who are nasty to their parents. I look for players who realize the world doesn’t revolve around them.”

Pete Carril Wikipedia

Carril joined the United States Army after graduating from college in 1952; the Korean War was ending just as he was ordered to Korea, so Carril served as a public information officer after the war.

Carril began teaching ninth-grade Pennsylvania history and coaching junior varsity basketball at Easton Area High School in Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1954. Carril became varsity coach at Reading Senior High School in Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1958, where Gary Walters, the former Princeton University athletic director and former Princeton point guard, played high school basketball under him.

Pete Carril Net Worth

Pete has an estimated net worth of $1 Million or More.

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