His 15-seed squad beat Miami earlier in the year, then created their own dunk-city in the NCAA Tourney with victories over 2-seed and #8 nationally ranked Georgetown and then 7-seed San Diego State. He was valedictorian at his high school and an academic All-American while playing hoops at Johns Hopkins. According to the Baltimore Sun, he still holds the NCAA Division III record for highest career free-throw accuracy (92.5%). He’s got an MBA from Maryland and spent time as an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics. And, he’s a self-made millionaire from from his involvement in a healthcare software start-up company called TractManager, which was once valued at over $100 Million.
Oh, and then there’s his super-model wife, Amanda Marcum.