Mark Fox

Basketball Coach

Mark Fox was born in Garden City, Kansas, United States on January 13th, 1969 and is the Basketball Coach. At the age of 55, Mark Fox biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 13, 1969
United States
Place of Birth
Garden City, Kansas, United States
55 years old
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Basketball Coach
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Mark Fox Life

Mark Leslie Fox (born January 13, 1969) is a men's college basketball coach who is the head coach of the California Golden Bears of the Pac-12 Conference.

He spent nine seasons (2009 to 2018) as the head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs.

He was previously the head coach for the Nevada Wolf Pack, named to that position on June 1, 2004, just days after former Nevada coach Trent Johnson had resigned.


Mark Fox Career

Coaching career

Fox was the head coach for the Nevada Wolf Pack basketball team from 2004 to 2009. While with the Wolf Pack, Fox compiled an overall record of 123–43. He also guided the Wolf Pack to five postseason appearances in five years including three NCAA tournaments. The Wolf Pack also won the Western Athletic Conference regular-season championship in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. In 2006, the team won the conference tournament as well.

Fox was named conference coach of the year twice (2005 & 2006) while with Nevada.

On April 3, 2009, it was announced that Fox would leave Nevada for the same position at the University of Georgia. In his first year as head coach, Fox and the Bulldogs went 14–17 and finished sixth in the Southeastern Conference East. The highlights of the season included victories over the Tennessee Volunteers and three top 25 teams.

In 2011, Fox's second season, the Bulldogs made improvements. The 2010–11 team won 21 games, finished 3rd in the SEC East and made it to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2008. In 2011–12, the Bulldogs posted another sub-.500 record and finished near the bottom of the SEC with a 5–11 record.

After making the NIT in 2013–14, Fox got his team back to the NCAA tournament in 2014–15, narrowly falling to Michigan State in the first round. That Spartans team would eventually make it to the Final Four.

While at Georgia, Fox has placed three players in the NBA, Travis Leslie, Trey Thompkins and the 8th overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. On March 10, 2018, Georgia announced Fox would not return for a 10th season.

On March 29, 2019, it was announced that Fox would be hired as the new head coach at the University of California, Berkeley, for the Golden Bears. He is the school's 18th head coach all time.


Woman whose Staffordshire-cross mauled a postman and dragged him 'like a rag doll' avoids jail, March 17, 2023
Gemma Woods, 40, of Bury, Greater Manchester, pleaded guilty to being charged with a dangerously out of control dog after her Staffy-cross bit a postman and 'threw him like a ragdoll.' Mark Fox, who had been in the field for more than 20 years, was at Woods' home when he heard a dog barking ferociously. He heard a loud bang and saw the Staffy-Cross charging at him before it bit his lower leg, knocking him to the ground. The dog was carried around 'like a rag doll,' according to Minshull Street Crown Court.

According to the perpetrator of the infected blood scandal, compensation payments should also go to relatives, August 17, 2022
Jason Evans, who lost his father in 1993 (pictured, inset), said he found out about the new compensation decision via press release and that it was "another day of sadness" for those that had been excluded. Michelle Tolley, who was infected with hepatitis C, said the 'next step' would include parents and children of those victims who had died as a result of the tragedy. When the investigation concludes next year, final recommendations from a public inquiry into compensation for a larger group of individuals, including bereaved parents and the children of victims.

The victims of the infected blood loss scandal are set to receive £100,000, but activists argue that the majority of the victims were left uninfected, August 17, 2022
Thousands of survivors of the infected blood disease (left; stock image) will be paid £100,000 in compensation, but many more survivors and families (inset) are also waiting. Campaigners have welcomed the change, but claim they have failed to recognize the majority of family members, including parents and children of those who have died. 'This isn't about money, it's about people', said one woman whose husband died after contracting HIV from contaminated blood.'