Peter Joseph Carril was born on 10 July 1930 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
He was an American basketball coach.
He was an assistant coach of the Sacramento Kings in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Carril is famous for his three decades spent as the head coach of Princeton University and his use of the term “Princeton Offense”.
He earned an all-state selection while at the Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he played basketball.
He went on to play collegiate basketball with Lafayette College in Easton.
Carril was a member of the f Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity while at Lafayette College.
He served in the military during the Korean War. He returned to serve as junior varsity coach ninth grade Pennsylvania history teacher at Easton Area High School.
His collegiate coaching career began at Lehigh University where he served for a year before moving to Princeton University.
Pete Carril Cause Of Death
Carril died of stroke-related complications on 15 August 2022.
Pete Carril Age
Carril was 92 years old at the time of his death.
Pete Carril Net Worth
Carril is estimated to be worth $1 million.
Pete Carril Family
Carril is survived by his two children Peter and Lisa Carril.
Pete Carril Wife
Carril did not have a wife at the time of his death.
Pete Carril Children
Carril had two children; Peter and Lisa Carril.
Pete Carril Parents
The identities of Carril’s parents are undisclosed at the moment.
Pete Carril Siblings
It is not clear if he had any siblings or not.