2013 NCAA Tournament: Florida Gulf Coast Coach is Millionaire
It comes as no surprise that many NCAA Basketball coaches are millionaires. After all, coaches like John Calipari, Tom Izzo, Billy Donovan and Bill Self all make over $3 million a year. How is it that Florida Gulf Coast coach who makes $150,000 a year is a millionaire?
By now you’ve probably heard that Andy Enfield is one of the luckiest men in college basketball with his former model wife. Enfield married former model and Maxim covergirl Amanda Marcum. Enfield also enjoyed a successful career playing basketball at Johns Hopkins, where he is the all time leader in points.
What you may not know is Enfield is a millionaire. The Florida Gulf Coast coach founded Tract Manager with a partner. The company is now estimated to be worth $100 million. Enfield still owns a stake in the company he once started with his own money.
From Tract Manager’s website, here is a description of what they do:
- Tract Manager provides organizations the proven technology and expertise for cost effective and efficient contract management. Our software and services are designed for organizations of all types and sizes including hospitals and healthcare systems, payer organizations, research and medical device companies, financial institutions, industry and government.
If you’re keeping score at home, Enfield appears to have it all. The head coach helped Florida Gulf Coast reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time. He is married to a former lingerie model and has three children. Enfield also owns part of a $100 million company. I’d say that’s not too bad for a man who played Division III basketball.
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