|Date of Birth:||1956, April 18|
|Age:||63 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Seth Vincent Greenberg|
|Birth Place||Plainview, New York|
|Famous Name||Seth Greenberg|
|Net Worth||$3.5 million dollars|
|Career Earnings||$3.5 million dollars|
|No. of Twitter Followers||89.9k|
|No. of Instagram Followers||2.4k|
|No. of Siblings||1|
|Profession||former coach and current college basketball broadcaster|
|Famous for||basketball coaching and broadcasting|
|Started career as||assistant coach|
|Currently Working For||ESPN|
|Awards||ACC Coach of the Year|
|University attended||Fairleigh Dickinson University|
|School attended||John F. Kennedy High School|
|Married to||Karen Greenberg|
|Children||Paige Greenberg, Jacqueline Greenberg and Ella Greenberg|
As an analyst, Seth Vincent Greenberg reportedly earns around $61,664 as his yearly salary from ESPN. Further, Seth Vincent Greenberg has an estimated net worth of over $3.5 million. Furthermore, he is married and shares three children with his wife.
As of 2019, Seth Vincent Greenberg has an estimated net worth of over $3.5 million. Currently, he has an average salary of $61,664 annually, working as a college basketball broadcaster for ESPN.
Furthermore, he adds a decent sum to his net worth through an endorsement deal with Adidas.
Other than being a famous basketball coach, Seth Vincent Greenberg is pretty famous in social media. He has 2.4k Instagram followers and 89.9k Twitter followers.
Seth Greenberg is married to his wife, Karen Greenberg. Together, they have three daughters named Paige Greenberg, Jacqueline Greenberg and Ella Greenberg. He often posts photos of his family on his Instagram page.
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As for now, Seth Greenberg is living a happy and content life along with his family. Moreover, his relationship with his wife is going on very strong without any external affairs.
Seth Vincent Greenberg was born on April 18, 1956, in Plainview, New York to parents, Ralph Greenberg and Marilyn Greenberg. As per his nationality, he is an American and belongs to White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Aries. He grew up along with his siblings, Brad Greenberg.
Seth Vincent Greenberg attended John F. Kennedy High School in Plainview where he played for his high school basketball team. After completing high school, Seth Vincent Greenberg enrolled at Fairleigh Dickinson University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism.
Greenberg worked as an assistant coach at Columbia University under Buddy Mahar for two years. Greenberg later joined Roy Chipman as an assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh and appeared in the NCAA Tournaments of 1981 and 1982. For the 1983–84 season, he was an assistant on Terry Holland's Virginia team which made the Final Four of the 1984 NCAA Tournament.
Greenberg later worked as an assistant under Bill Foster at the University of Miami for about two years.
In 1987, Greenberg became associate head coach at Long Beach State under Joe Harrington and appeared in the National Invitation Tournaments of 1988 and 1990.
Long Beach State promoted Greenberg to head coach in 1990 and Long Beach State went 105–70, second behind Jerry Tarkanian for the most wins in the program's history.
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Under Greenberg's coaching, Long Beach State won the Big West Tournament in 1993 and 1995. Greenberg further worked as a head coach at the University of South Florida for seven years.
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Greenberg's tenure at Virginia Tech began with the school's final season in the Big East Conference and following his second season at Virginia Tech that included an appearance in the 2005 NIT, Greenberg won the ACC Coach of the Year award.
Again in 2007–08, Virginia Tech had over 20 wins. Virginia Tech also made the quarterfinals of the 2008 NIT which earned Greenberg his second ACC Coach of the Year award.
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His tenure as Virginia Tech's head coach ended in April 2012. After his coaching career, Greenberg has been an NCAA Tournament analyst for College Sports Television. Currently, works as a basketball analyst for ESPN.