Learn About Mario Cristobal's wife Jessica Cristobal
Mario Cristobal is married to his lovely Jessica Cristobal.
Jessica (White) Cristobal is a veteran publishing executive with experience in the yachting and premium markets.
As per the source, she was crowned Miss Florida World in 1994 and graduated from Georgia State University with a bachelor's degree.
Jessica Cristobal is also the Founder and CEO of the Leading Ladies League, where she has been quite active.
The Cristobal couple married in 2006, and they have two boys, Mario Mateo and Rocco, from their union.
Mario Cristobal Parents & Family Details
Mario Cristobal is the son of his parents Luis Cristobal and Clara Cristobal. His family is Cubic-Americans from the second generation.
Mario's parents met in South Florida while he was a child. His father was also a political prisoner during the Castro era.
The pride of both countries, the United States and Cuba, run through his veins.
His grandfather used to march them through the backyard military-style to teach a feeling of discipline in Mario and his brother Lou.
Mario is three years younger than his elder brother or sister.
Mario Cristobal Salary & Net Worth Details
Mario Cristobal has an estimated net worth of over $1million. As of 2021, his annual salary is US$5.5 million.
According to reports, his $2.7 million base salaries for this season will rise to $4.3 million.
The Oregon Ducks have appointed Mario Cristobal to a new six-year contract for $27.3 million in 2017.
Cristobal was officially named the Ducks' permanent head coach on December 8, 2017.
Previously, he was an all-conference offensive tackle for the Miami Hurricanes football team in 1989 and 1991, when they won national championships.
Where Is Mario Cristobal Now?
Mario Cristobal presently resides in the United States of America, in the state of Oregon.
According to Wikipedia, He was born in Miami, Florida, on September 24, 1970.
In 1998, he was offered a position as a first-year graduate assistant at Miami.
Cristobal had even said his goodbyes to his Hurricanes teammates before continuing to coach the following day.
He led Oregon to another Pac-12 Championship in 2020.