Patty Gasso Biography, Age, Career, Marital Status, Salary and Net Worth

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Who is Patty Gasso?

Patricia Marie Gasso abbreviated as Patty Gasso is a professional American softball coach for the Oklahoma Sooners. Since 1995, she has been the head softball head coach at the University of Oklahoma. And thus she has led the Sooners team to five national championships (2000, 2013, 2016, 2017, and 2021) and has compiled a career record of 1,381-342-2 and a winning percentage of .801.

How Old Is Patty Gasso?

She is 60 years old as of June 2022, having been born on May 27, 1962, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Patty shares her birthdate with celebrities such as; Zach Herron, Lily-Rose Depp, Mark Anastasio, Blippi, Princess Mae, and many more.

Patty Gasso Family

Who are Patty Gasso Parents and Siblings?

Her secretive nature has shown up in her life. She has managed to keep her family background very private. In case there is news regarding her parents and siblings, we will update it here as soon as possible.

Patty Gasso Education

She received her education at California State University Long Beach and El Camino College.

Patty Gasso Marital Status

She is married to the love of her life Jim Gasso. Her husband is a coach as well as a business owner.

A Photo of Patty Gasso
A Photo of Patty Gasso

Patty Gasso Kids

She and her husband Jim have two kids. Two sons by the name JT Gasso and DJ Gasso. Her kids are both softball coaches.

Patty Gaso Career

A Career at Oklahoma

Having been at the University of Oklahoma for 28 years, she has compiled a record of 1,384-342-2 and a winning percentage of .802. Because of this exemplary performance, her teams have thus advanced to the Women’s College World Series fourteen times and won the national championship five times in 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017, and 2021. Because of her winning percentage of .802, she ranks the highest of Division I college softball coaches with at least 1,000 career wins. The University of Oklahoma in 1995, won its third Big 12 Conference championship in five years at Oklahoma, however, financial difficulties nearly ended her tenure following the 1999 season.

Patty noted: Money was tight, and my husband, Jim, had actually gone back to California because it was hard to find a job here at the time. So here I was raising our two children and trying to coach a Division-I softball program, which was very demanding of my time and energy. However, she remained in Oklahoma for the 2000 season despite her husband’s return to California. The 2000 University of Oklahoma team then compiled a record of 66-8 and defeated UCLA three games to one in the Women’s College World Series to win the Sooners’ first national softball championship. Because of the national championship in 2000, the University of Oklahoma gave Patty “a significant salary hike” and thus her husband was able to return to Oklahoma.

Career Continuation

In the course of the next 12 years, Patty built the Sooners into a national softball power winning over 40 games every year. The 2001 team finished with a 50-9 record while the 2007 team finished 55-8. Patty’s 2012 team reached the finals of the Women’s College World Series but lost the national championship in a close series against Alabama. Overall, the 2012 team finished its season with a 54-10 record. The Oklahoma University Board of Regents in late June 2012 extended Patty’s contract through the 2017 season.

As a result, in 2012 she was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Hall of Fame. On March 15, 2015, Patty reached a milestone when she got her 1,000th win as the head coach of Oklahoma in a resounding win against East Carolina. She and the Sooner softball team on June 6, 2017, swept Florida in the national championship. Thus winning Patty her second national championship in two years and fourth overall. Moreover, she and the Sooner again defeated Florida State in the national championship on June 10, 2021, thus winning Patty her fifth overall.

Patty Gasso Height and Measurements

Adding up to her well-curved and beautiful body, she stands at an approximate height of 5ft 9inches and an approximate weight of 70kg (154lbs).

Patty Gasso Salary and Net Worth

She has an annual salary of $1 million and a net worth of $1.5 million.