Mark Few Biography and Wiki
Born Mark Norman Few is an American college basketball coach who has been the head coach at Gonzaga University since 1999 and has been on the sidelines throughout a period that has seen the Bulldogs rise from mid-major obscurity to consistent NCAA Tournament contenders. Mark has worked on Gonzaga’s coaching staff since 1989.
Mark Few Age and Birthday
Mark was born on December 27th, 1962 in Creswell, Oregon, United States. He is 59 years old as of 2021. His birth sign is Capricorn.
Mark Few Height
The American coach stands at an average height and stature. His actual height measurements are under review and will be updated soon when established.
Mark Few Education
Mark attended and graduated from Creswell High School in 1981 where he was a star point guard. He then joined Linfield College, hoping to play basketball and baseball, but he was troubled by the after-effects of a dislocated shoulder he suffered while playing football as a senior at Creswell.
He then transferred to the University of Oregon, a public flagship research university in Eugene, Oregon, where he graduated with a B.S. in physical education in 1987.
Mark Few Family, Parents, Siblings
Mark is the son of a Presbyterian pastor. He was born and raised born in Creswell, Oregon. Attempts to establish the identities of his parents were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It is therefore unknown if he is married or in a relationship. This section is still under review and will be updated soon.
Mark Few Wife and Kids, Is He Married?
Indeed yes! The outstanding coach is married to his lovely, beautiful wife, Marcy Laca Few. The couple got hitched at a wedding in the United States. The duo is blessed with four children, he is a father of three sons and one daughter. Mark and his family reside in the U.S.
Mark Few Salary
Mark receives a salary of 1.37 million per season.
Mark Few Net Worth
Mark Few has an estimated net worth of 12 million dollars as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as a basketball coach.
Mark Few Awards
- Most consecutive tournament appearances since starting as head coach
- 3rd Fastest Coach to 500 Games
- 2nd most wins in the first 3 seasons
- 2nd most wins in a season with 37
- The only coach to receive the Henry Iba Award in WCC
- Most consecutive seasons named WCC coach of the year
- Most seasons named WCC coach of the year
- Most WCC regular-season wins
- Most consecutive WCC regular-season wins
- Most consecutive WCC regular-season road wins
- Most WCC regular season championships
Mark Few NBA
Mark after graduating, began his coaching career as an unpaid part-time assistant at his alma mater of Creswell High School as well as worked at Oregon’s summer basketball camps. After a season as an assistant at another Oregon school, Sheldon High School in Eugene, he moved to Spokane, Washington, joining the Gonzaga staff as a graduate assistant in 1989 under Dan Fitzgerald.
Few assisted in leading Gonzaga to its first four postseason appearances 1994, 1996, and 1998 National Invitation Tournaments and the 1995 NCAA Tournament.