Tom Izzo was born in January 30, 1955, is a American school basketball trainer that has become the head coach at Michigan State University as 1995. Married Lupe Martinez at 1992; the pair has a son and a girl.
Tom Izzo has led the Spartans into the NCAA National Championship at 2000, Runners-Up at 2009, eight Final Fours, ten Big Ten regular season titles, along with six Big Ten Championship championships in his 26 years in Michigan State. Izzo gets the most wins in school history and his teams have made invitations to 23 consecutive NCAA championships with no single losing year as a head coach. Additionally, MSU place the Big Ten record for the longest home court winning series between 1998 and 2002.
A few of those accomplishments led former ESPN analyst Andy Katz to deem Michigan State the very best school basketball plan for the decades of 1998 to 2007.
He coached All-star power forward Zach Randolph in Michigan State University.
Tom Izzo is now the longest-tenured trainer in the Big Ten Conference, and his groups are often known for their rebounding prowess and defensive tenacity. He’s won four national coach of the year awards and preserves that a substantial training tree–a number of the former assistants are now head coaches in other Division I colleges. Izzo has won ten regular-season conference titles, the next most in conference history. He’s also won the most Big Ten Championship titles (six) in convention. Tom Izzo is next one time in Big Ten wins (311 through 2021), monitoring only Bob Knight. Many great players like Gabe Brown perform under him.
He had been a Division II All-American while enjoying for Northern Michigan University.