Nick Rolovich Net Worth 2022 Biography

Nicholas Robert Rolovich is an American football coach and former player, who was most recently the head football coach at Washington State University. Rolovich majored in economics at the University of Hawaii, and received a master’s degree at New Mexico Highlands University.

Nick Rolovich Net Worth 2022 Biography
Nick Rolovich Net Worth 2022 Biography

Nick Rolovich Biography

Full Name Nicholas Robert Rolovich
NickName: Nick Rolovich
Birth Place: Daly City, California, United States
Date Of Birth/Birthday: 16 February 1979
Age/How Old: 43 years old
Height/How Tall: In Centimetres – 185 cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 1″
Weight: In Kilograms – 93 Kg
In Pounds- 205 lbs.
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black
Education: The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, City College of San Francisco, New Mexico Highlands University, Marin Catholic High School
Religion: Not known
Nationality: American
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Gender: Male
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Kids/Children Name: N/A
Profession: American football coach
Net Worth: $7 Million

Nick Rolovich Net Worth

Net Worth (2022) $7 Million
Profession American football coach
Monthly Income And Salary $20,000 +
Yearly Income And Salary $0.5 Million +
Last Updated 2022

Personal Life

Nick was brought up in Novato. There is no information about his family as of now. He majored in economics at the University of Hawaii and even received a master’s degree at New Mexico Highlands University. Rolovich attended the Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield, California. He had even won varsity letters in football and baseball. He even leads his teams in two league championships. He is married to Analea Nonovan who was his college love from Maui. The duo together had four children. He has kept his personal life quite reserved to himself and there is not much information about the same.

Nick Rolovich Education

Rolovich joined Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield, California, where he won varsity letters in football and baseball. He led his teams to two league championships in football. Later he joined City College of San Francisco, where he played football leading the Rams to a national championship in 1999. Nicholas then attended the University of Hawaii, also participating in football. He was named one of the two MVPs from the 2002 Hula Bowl college all-star game. Nicholas also graduated with a master’s degree at New Mexico Highlands University.

Nick Rolovich Wife

Rolovich has been married to his college sweetheart from Maui, Analea Donovan. They have been happily married and have four children together.

Nick Rolovich Children

The happy and strong couple has four children together. The firstborn, Daniel Rolovich, was born in August 2007, the second, daughter Alana Rolovich was born in 2009, and the twins, William and Patrick, were born in 2013.

Career

Nick started his professional football career by signing with Denver Broncos on May 18, 2002. He played for several teams and gained a lot of success with his ultimate hard work.

He even joined San Jose SaberCats where he served the Mark Grieb’s backup. He even signed the Arizona Rattlers on October 31, 2006. He was also released by both Chicago Rush and Arizona Rattlers. He was even signed by Las Vegas Gladiators on April 10, 2007. While Rolovich was playing in AFL, he even served as the quarterback coach for his JM Alma Mater.

From 2016-2019, Nick served the position of a football coach at the University of Hawaii by replacing Chow as interim head coach. In the first season of Hawaii served by Rolovich, the team got their first bowl invitation since 2010. In the Hawaii Bowl, the team beat Middle Tennessee. In 2018, he opted for a pass-oriented run and shot instead of the balance of the spread. With this, his team lost to Louisiana Tech in the Hawaii Bowl. They grab their success in the Mountain West Championship Game with a great win over San Diego state. After this great win, Nick was given the name of Mountain West Coach of Year in 2019 after he led Hawaii to a 10-win season and a division title.

Washington State University announced Rolovich as their new head coach on January 13, 2020. He replaced Mike Leach who was going to take the head coaching job at Mississippi State. As Nick failed to comply with Washington’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for state employees, therefore, he was fired from his position on October 18, 2021. He had a terrific career ranging from playing football to coaching the teams to playing football with his expertise and experience.

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