Pitt head football coach Pat Narduzzi was the school’s highest paid employee for the 2018-19 school year, the university revealed in its annual tax filing.
Narduzzi earned over four million in income directly from the universe and another $52,000 in related income for a total of $4.076 million. Narduzzi was also the highest paid university employee in 2017-18, when he eared $3.21 million.
According to the USA Today, Narduzzi’s salary makes him the 27th-highest paid head coach in all of Division I college football. Amongst ACC coaches, his salary trailed only Clemson’s Dabo Swinney ($9.3 million) and former Florida State head coach Willie Taggart ($5 million).
Pitt men’s basketball coach Jeff Capel was the school’s second-highest paid employee, earning $2.6 million, followed by fired men’s and women’s basketball coaches Kevin Stallings ($2.5 million) and Suzie McConnell-Serio ($2.1 million). Athletic director Heather Lyke earned just over $700,000.
Arthur Levine, vice chancellor for health sciences, was the highest paid non-coach, earning about $1.5 million.