Patricia Reilly Wright is the wife of American basketball Coach Jay Wright. 

The Sweet 16 match is ongoing, and Jay Wright’s Villanova Team meets the Michigan team on Thursday. The netizens are early waiting for the match. 


Who Is Patricia Reilly Wright?

Patricia Reilly Wright is the wife of Jay Wright. There is no information about how they met, but The Focus claimed they met in 1983. She is a graduate of Villanova University, whereas her husband, Bucknell University. 

But, sources shared that she was a cheerleader in college. Her nickname is Patty, and she graduated with a law degree. But, she did not keep her license active and focused on taking care of her family. 

She shares three kids with her spouse. They have two sons and a daughter. Their son is named Taylor and Collin, whereas their daughter is Reilly.

The eldest son Taylor is the baseball program’s Operating Director. Another son, Collin, is a Fordham student, and daughter Reilly Wright is in high school. 

Based on the information on their kids, they all have interest ins sports. Patty is the one who taught her daughter how to play softball. She had taken the responsibility of grooming her daughter to become a softball player. 

What Is Jay Wright And Wife Patricia Reilly Wright Age Difference?

There are 11 months of age difference between Jay wright and his wife, Patricia Reilly Wright. Patty was born in January 1961, whereas Jay was born in December 1961.

If he was born a few weeks later, they would have an age difference of one year. As we can see, his wife is a few months older than him.

Has Patricia Reilly Wright Revealed Her Net Worth Details?

Patricia Reilly Wright has not revealed her net worth details yet. However, the Augustinian Province of Saint Thomas of Villanova said that she and her husband had made significant contributions to the Augustinian Fund, which helps the athletes and students of Villanova University. 

Moreover, according to CelebrityNetWorth, her spouse, Jay Wright, has a $7 million worth of fortune as a college basketball coach in the United States. From 1984 to 1986, he was an assistant coach for Rochester after playing college basketball at Bucknell.

Likewise, from 1986 to 1987, he was an assistant coach at Drexel, and from 1987 to 1992, he was an assistant coach at Villanova. Then he became an assistant coach at UNLV before becoming the head coach at Hofstra from 1994 to 2001. He has been the head coach at Villanova since 2001.