|Born||September 13 1971|
|Listed height||6 ft 3 in (1.90 m)|
Zachariah Zegarowski (born September 13, 1971is a former American college basketball player for University of Massachusetts men's basketball team.
Life and Career[edit | edit source]
Zegarowski is a graduate of the University of Massassachusetts, Lowell. A scholarship basketball player, Zach was recruited by Stan VanGundy to play hoop for the River Hawks. After graduating from UMass, Zach joined his High school basketball coach at Charlestown High School as a teacher and coach. Working with Head Coach Jack O’Brien, Zach coached basketball and JV baseball. Together they won five state basketball titles and successfully facilitated placement for over 30 student-athletes into college. Their commitment to these student-athletes changed lives and created opportunities. Zach went on to become the assistant coach for the Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School Boys’ Varsity Basketball team. In his first year as coach, the Generals’ won the league title. Zach is currently managing and training his stepson, Michael Carter-Williams, in the NBA.
Family[edit | edit source]
Zegarowski and his wife Mandy have three children Masey, Marcus, and Max, and Carter has a son Michael with her ex-boyfriend Earl Williams. All four children played or currently playing basketball: Michael is a member of the Orlando Magic, Masey played point guard at Bryant University, Marcus plays point guard for Creighton University and Max plays shooting guard for Franklin Pierce.