Dan Hurley Bio, Net worth, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife

Dan Hurley is an American basketball coach. His full name is Daniel S Hurley. Dan is currently the coach of the men’s basketball team at the University of Connecticut. He is a well-known basketball coach. He coached several other teams before signing a contract with UConn. Dan also won the 2018 Coach of the Year award.

Dan Hurley Bio, Net worth, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife

Early life

Dan Hurley was born on January 16, 1973, in Jersey City, New Jersey. His father is Robert Emmet Hurley, who is also a popular basketball coach. His brother Bobby Hurley is a two-time basketball national champion. Bobby played in the NBA for five years and is currently the head coach of Arizona State. His mother is Christine Hurley.

He started playing basketball in high school and was a standout player. As a senior, he was ranked #2 nationally. Mr. Hurley graduated from Seton Hall University and played under head coaches George Blaney and PJ Carlesimo.

Dan Hurley career

Dan Hurley began his career as a basketball player before becoming a full-time collegiate-level coach. He played college basketball for five years. He was redshirted at Seton Hall. His career point total is 1070 along with 437 assists. His team Pirates appeared in three NCAA tournaments. Dan’s playing career spans five years from 1991-1996. Immediately after graduation he went into coaching and came to his father in St. Anthony as an assistant coach in 1996.

Dan stayed at St. Anthony for just one season and later joined Rutgers University as an assistant coach. In 2001 he became the head coach of St. Benedict’s Preparatory School. He helped the high school basketball programs become one of the best programs in America. He worked at Saint Benedict’s Preparatory School for nine years before becoming the head coach at Wagner College. The college finished sixth in the 2010–11 season and second the following season. He then moved to the University of Rhode Island as a coach in 2012.

In 2017, Rhode Island became the champion of the A-10 tournament and won the regular-season A-10 championship the next year. Hurley won the Coach of the Year award while still working at Rhode Island in 2018. Dan only joined the University of Connecticut in 2018 and still trains there. He signed a contract with UConn to extend his contract until March 2027.


Dan is quite well known for his quick temper on the pitch. The rivalry between teams is rife, but Dan took it to the next level when he called referee Jeffery Anderson a “damn clown” between games. This outrage attracted a lot of media attention.

Dan Hurley (Coach) Biography

Real nameDaniel S Hurley
birth dateJanuary 16, 1993
Age (as of 2023)51 years
Place of birthJersey City, New Jersey, United States
Professionbasketball coach
UniversityWagner College

Physical Statistics

Heightin feet inches – 6′ 0” – in centimeters – 182 cm
Weightin kilograms – 86kg – in pounds – 189 pounds
Hair colorBrown
eye colorBrown

Dan Hurley Family

FatherBob Hurley
MotherChristina Hurley
SisterMelissa Hurley
BrotherBobby Hurley

relationship status

Marital statusMarried
who is Dan Hurley’s wife?Andrea Hurley
ChildrenTwo (Danny & Andrew Hurley)

Dan Hurley’s wife

Dan is married to Andrea Hurley. They both attended the same college at Seton Hall. The couple have two sons, Danny and Andrew. Danny followed in his parents’ footsteps and graduated from Seton Hall University. While Andrew is still a junior at the University of Connecticut.

Dan Hurley net worth

Dan Hurley is a renowned basketball coach and has had a successful career. As of 2023, his net worth is estimated at $3 million. His annual salary is about $2.5 million. He earned most of his fortune as a basketball coach.

Facts About Dan Hurley

  • In 2019, Dan underwent surgery to replace two of his spinal discs from his neck with artificial ones.
  • Despite being a basketball team coach, he is a die-hard football fan.
  • He’s a big fan of the Cincinnati Bengals.

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