Dick DiBiaso, Stanford's head men's basketball coach from 1976-82, died on Sunday at the age of 76.
DiBiaso served as Stanford's head coach for seven seasons. He guided the Cardinal to 70 wins during his time on The Farm, mentoring All-Americans Keith Jones and John Revelli. DiBiaso also coached Stanford Hall of Fame inductees Kim Belton and Mike Bratz. DiBiaso was voted the 1976 Pac-8 Coach of the Year.
He was appointed Stanford's 13th head coach in April of 1975 after serving as an assistant coach at Notre Dame under Digger Phelps from 1971-75. During his time on the Irish staff, Notre Dame made two NCAA Tournament appearances and snapped UCLA's record-88-game winning streak.
He began his collegiate coaching tenure at Virginia under head coach Bill Gibson from 1968-71.
DiBiaso is survived by his wife, Shawna, and children Brian and Shawne.