Lindsay Catherine Gottlieb, also known as Lindsay Gottlieb, is the former head coach of Berkeley's women's basketball team at The University of California. Gottlieb is also the first woman recruited by the NBA from a collegiate head coach position. Lindsay also works as an assistant coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Lindsay Gottlieb - Married To Patrick Martin
Lindsay Gottlieb is a free-spirited, hardworking, and passionate woman who is happily married. Speaking of her marriage, Lindsay was engaged to her boyfriend turned fiance Patrick Martin in March 2017 after a long years relationship.
The couple is from the same hometown who also shares a common love of the game. Patrick proposed to his then-girlfriend with the blessing of WNBA Kristine Anigwe, who is also the best friend of Lindsay. More than a year later, Gottlieb and Martin married on September 23, 2018.
Lindsay and Patrick kept their personal history secret for a long time. But, Lindsay's husband Patrick works for the Genetics Diagnostics company in San Francisco. Patrick works as the senior finance supervisor of the organization.
Moreover, the couple had a beautiful baby boy Jordan Caleb Martin on May 7, 2017, before their marriage. The lucky boy also attended the marriage of his parents.
Even though most of her family members are lawyers, Lindsay was serious about basketball from an early age. The former coach's father, Stephan Gottlieb, was a New York state judge. Her uncle is also a lawyer.
Lindsay, additionally, is the eldest of four siblings: sisters Suzy Gottlieb and Chris Gottlieb and brother Peter Gottlieb. Lindsay lost her mother while she was in college.
How Much is Lindsay Gottlieb's Net Worth?
Lindsay Gottlieb was both a player and a student assistant, working with the coaching staff from her college days. And, Lindsay's net worth can be calculated at $2 million. The associate coach earns approximately $500,000 annually. Furthermore, Lindsay owns a bungalow worth around $1.5 million. Lindsay loves her luxurious life and spend for her family.
Even though, Lindsay started assistant coaching in 1999, she became recognizable after becoming head coach of the University of California, Santa Barbara, where her team broke numerous records from 2008. After the success Lindsay brought to the team, she improved the game of other teams in California. Lindsay even helped to coach the WNBA professionals at the time.
Watch the postgame interview of Lindsay Gottlieb, Kristine Anigwe, & Courtney Range on the game.
Moreover, Lindsay joined an assistant coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 12, 2019. Lindsay signed the four-year contract as an assistant coach under head coach John Beilein. On May 10, 2021, Lindsay was assigned as a women's head coach at the University of Southern California.
Quick facts: Lindsay Gottlieb
- Born in Scarsdale, New York, Gottlieb currently resides in California.
- Lindsay is not related to Doug Gottlieb.
- Attended Scarsdale High School, where she started playing basketball from 4th grade.
- For college, Lindsay attended Brown University.
- Awarded 2009 Big West Coach of the Year.
- Won 2× Big West championship for 2009 and 2011.
- NCAA Regional championship into the Final Four of the year 2013.
- Awarded Pac-12 Media Coach of the Year in 2013.
- Recipient of Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Northern California induced in 2016.