Chris Beard is an esteemed American basketball coach, who currently holds the prestigious position of head men’s basketball coach at the University of Texas at Austin.

However, it is imperative to acknowledge a past episode that marred his reputation—a brush with the law that resulted in his arrest and the subsequent charge of felony domestic violence.

This unfortunate incident found him confined within the confines of Travis County Jail, and as a consequence, the University of Texas at Austin had no choice but to suspend him from his duties, all without remuneration.

Born on the 18th of February in the year 1973, Chris Beard has now attained the age of 49, his celestial identity aligning with the zodiac sign of Aquarius. His entry into this world took place in Marietta, Georgia, within the United States, marking the origin of his remarkable journey.

Mr. Beard’s academic journey culminated in graduation from the University of Texas at Austin in 1995, further enriched by his educational pursuits at Abilene Christian University and The Woodlands High School.

In the realm of coaching, Chris Beard has traversed a diverse landscape, contributing his expertise and guidance to various institutions such as Texas Tech, Little Rock, Angelo State, and McMurry.

His crowning achievement was orchestrating a historic season at Texas Tech, amassing an awe-inspiring 31 victories, a school record, and leading his team to the coveted 2019 NCAA Division I men’s basketball championship game against the formidable Virginia Cavaliers.

In recognition of his coaching prowess, the esteemed Associated Press bestowed upon him the prestigious title of the 2019 AP National Coach of the Year.

Standing tall at a height of 6 feet and 6 inches, bearing a weight of 75 kilograms, Beard embodies the physical stature befitting his illustrious profession.

On a personal note, Chris Beard has experienced the ebb and flow of relationships. He was formerly married to Leslie Beard but is now engaged in a romantic partnership with Randi Trew, who commands the helm of a high school volleyball team.

The familial aspect of his life adds layers to his identity, as he is a father to three daughters, each bearing the distinctive names of Avery Beard, Ella Beard, and Margo Beard.

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