Syracuse University Men's Basketball team head coach, Jim Boeheim has been serving as the Orange Team for more than 5 decades since 1976. Also worked as their assistant coach 7 years, Boeheim led the team to NCAA Division Championships in 2003. He also played for the Syracuse as their guard for three years.
Boeheim, a trending basketball figure currently after he suffered a fatal car accident, has married twice till date. After his divorce with his first wife Elaine Boeheim, he married Juli and is still together. All the details here.
Jim Boeheim is currently married to his second wife Juli Boeheim. After the end of his marriage in 1993, he began dating Julie Greene and got married in a ceremony in 1997. They first met each other at a party in Lexington on Derby Day in 1994.
His wife Juli is 20 years younger to him.
The couple has three sons together named Jamie, Jack, and James Boeheim. They currently reside in Syracuse.
Their children are also engaged in basketball as their first son Jack plays for the Syracuse team which Jim coaches and their daughter, Jamie plays at the University of Rochester.
The couple together has also founded the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation to expand their charitable missions and services in New York.
Jim Boeheim first tied the knot with his girlfriend, Elaine Boeheim in 1976 in a ceremony held in a big mansion. The couple lived together for about one and a half decade long and separated in 1993. The divorce was finalized in 1994.
The former couple adopted a daughter, Elizabeth Boeheim who completed her master degree from the University of Montana and is currently living with Elaine.
Jim Boeheim was born on November 17, 1994, in Lyons, New York, the United States, to father Jim Boeheim Sr. and mother Janet Boeheim. Regarding nationality, he is American and her ethnicity is white.
Born in the mid of November, his zodiac sign is Scorpio. His mother Janet was an outstanding golfer. Jim used to play different games with his father Jim Boeheim Sr. when he was a child. He also has a sister named Barbara Boeheim.