Mark Daigneault is an American professional basketball coach and head coach for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association.
Mark Daigneault Biograohy
Mark Daigneault Age
Mark was born in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States on February 23, 1985. He is 37 years old.
Height Mark Daigneault
Daigneault stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches
Mark Daigneault training
Mark attended Leominster High School and graduated with a high school diploma. Later, he joined the University of Connecticut for further studies.
Mark Daigneault Family
He likes to keep his personal life private about his parents and whether he has siblings. However, information on the matter is ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible. In addition, His father is a 1980 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and was a member of the Crusader baseball team.
Husband Mark Daigneault
Mark is married to his beautiful wife named Ashley Kerr. She is a gymnastics coach in Oklahoma. His wife entered her third season for the women’s gymnastics team as a volunteer assistant coach in 2020.
Mark Daigneault Kids
Daigneault has not shared details about his children, however, this place will be updated as soon as possible.
Salary Mark Daigneault
Mark has not shared any information about his salary income, however, this section will be updated as soon as we have clear information about his salary.
Mark Daigneault Net worth
Daigneault has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Career Mark Daigneault
Mark began his coaching career at UConn as the director of students from 2003 to 2007 under Jim Calhoun. After earning his bachelor’s degree in education, he initially intended to go to graduate school, but was encouraged at Holy Cross by Calhoun and associate coach George Blaney to pursue an assistant coaching role and offered strong recommendations.
From 2010 to 2014, Mark was the head coach of the Oklahoma City Blue of the NBA G League and was an assistant coach of the Florida Gators, affiliate of the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder, from 2014 to 2019.
During the 2019–20 NBA season, he joined the Thunder as an assistant, reuniting him with coach Billy Donovan, the head coach of the Gators, while Mark served as an assistant. The Thunder promoted him to head coach on November 11, 2020.