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Elaine Boeheim Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Husband, Kids, Height

Elaine Boeheim Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Husband, Kids, Height

Facts of Elaine Boeheim

Full Name: Elaine Boeheim
Gender: Female
Country: America
DivorceJim Boeheim
Eye ColorBlack
Hair Colorwhite
Birth Placeamerica
Statussingle
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
KidsElizabeth Boeheim
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Elaine Boeheim is well known as the ex-wife of Jim Boeheim. He is one of the legendary basketball figures currently serving as head coach at the University of Syracuse. Previously, he starred in Syracuse alongside the upcoming NBA Hall of Famer Dave Bing.

Nationality of Elaine Boeheim

Elaine Boeheim was born in the United States of AmericaShe holds an American nationality and belongs to the American-White ethnicity.

Her Married Life with Ex-Husband

Elaine Boeheim is once a married woman. She married Jim Boeheim. Elaine was the first wife of Jim. She had tied the knot in 1976 with her boyfriend Jim Boeheim. The marriage ceremony takes place in a large mansion. Their married life, however, lasted only about eighteen years and a half.

They divorced in 1993 and the divorce was completed in 1994. The former couple has an adopted daughter, Elizabeth Boeheim, who graduated from the University of Montana and currently living with Elaine. After divorcing Elaine in 1994, he started with Julie Greene, and the couple married in 1997 at a ceremony.

Jim Boeheim with his family
Caption: Jim Boeheim with his family

Boeheim is currently married to Julie Boeheim (Greene). The couple had met in 1994 during a party on Derby Day in Lexington.

Who is Elaine Boeheim’s Ex-Husband?

Her ex-husband, Jim is the head coach of the men’s basketball. Following his short-term professional basketball career, Jim Boeheim decided in 1969 for a coaching career. His first work happened in his alma mater, where he was hired as an assistant.

A few years later, Boeheim was promoted to full-time assistant coach and was part of the training team that helped the school reach the first final of the NCAA tournament in 1975. The following year, Boeheim’s boss left his coach to another, so he could take the role.

In his first season, the rookie took his school to a record 26: 4 and an NCAA tournament with Sweet 16. Syracuse, led by Böheim, soon became a multi-year team after the season, which occurred every year in the 1980s in the NCAA or NIT tournaments.

Jim Boeheim
Jim Boeheim

In 1986, when Syracuse clinched second place in the NCAA tournament, Jim Boeheim had the opportunity to play the role of the coach in Ohio but refused to continue his stay in his alma mater. Since then, he has remained faithful to the school, where he achieved great success in the four decades of his career as a basketball coach for university administration.

Jim Boeheim has an estimated net worth to be around $12 million as of 2019.