Nick DiPillo

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
University of Pittsburgh


2022 – Present: Assistant Coach, University of Pittsburgh

2019 – 2022: Head Coach, University of Scranton

2014 – 2019: Assistant Coach/Director of Player Development (14-17), Seton Hall University

2004 – 2009: Assistant Coach/Advance Scout (04-05), New York Liberty (WNBA)

2003 – 2005: Assistant Coach, Kean University (m)

2001 – 2003: Player, Fairleigh Dickinson University


2003: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Bachelors, Sociology


Hometown: North Brunswick, NJ

Family: Kelsey (Wife) & Frankie, Madelyn (Children)

Career Highlights

Career Record
58-8 (.879)

20+ Win Seasons (2)
2021-22, 2019-20

Winning Seasons (3)
2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20

Conference Regular Season Championships (3)
2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20 Landmark

Conference Tournament Championships (3)
2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20 Landmark

NCAA Tournament Berths (3)
2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20

In 2022-23 (first season), helped lead the Pitt program to back-to-back ACC wins for the first time in eight seasons

From 2019 to 2022, led Scranton to a 58-8 (.879) overall record, as well as three consecutive Landmark Conference Regular Season Championships, Landmark Conference Tournament Championships, and NCAA Tournament Berths (2021-22 Sweet 16 appearance)

In 2021-22, guided Scranton to only the fourth undefeated conference record (14-0) in Landmark Conference history

As Scranton’s Head Coach, coached six Landmark All-Conference Team selections, as well as two Players of the Year, one Rookie of the Year and one Defensive Player of the Year

From 2014 to 2019, helped lead Seton Hall to a 94-66 (.588) overall record, two 23+ win seasons, one Big East Regular Season Championship, and four post-season berths (two NCAA Tournaments), helping rebuild a program that had not won more than 11 games during each of the four seasons prior to the staff’s arrival

In 2014-15, assisted Seton Hall to the most single-season wins (28) and first Big East Regular Season Championship in program history, as well as the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth in 20 seasons

Helped Seton Hall signed a 2019 recruiting class that ranked in the top-45 nationally

From 2004 to 2009, assisted the New York Liberty to four WNBA playoff appearances

Head Coach Record