Pete Gillen joined CBS Sports Network in 2005 as a game and studio analyst. Gillen was formerly the head basketball coach at University of Virginia, Xavier University and Providence College. In over two decades of college basketball coaching, he compiled a record of 392-221. Gillen engineered several NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament upsets, and has been inducted into the Xavier University Sports Hall of Fame, the Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame, 5-Star Basketball Hall of Fame and the Jim Valvano Nike Basketball Hall of Fame.
Gillen was born and raised in Brooklyn, where he was a high school standout in basketball and baseball at Brooklyn Prep. He graduated from Fairfield University in Connecticut where he played both baseball and basketball. After college, Gillen returned to Brooklyn Prep and coached the freshman team for a year and the varsity team for two years, before entering the college coaching ranks. He currently resides in Charlottesville, Va.