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Pido Jarencio was born on 5 September, 1964 in Filipino, is a Filipino basketball player and coach. At 56 years old, Pido Jarencio height is 5 ft 10 in (178.0 cm).
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|Age||56 years old|
|Born||5 September 1964|
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Pido Jarencio Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Pido Jarencio worth at the age of 56 years old? Pido Jarencio’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Filipino. We have estimated Pido Jarencio's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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He was appointed commissioner of the Community Basketball Association (CBA) in 2018. He is also the commissioner of the Metro Basketball Tournament (MBT), a tournament for boys aged 16 years and below in Metro Manila.
He was also the commissioner of NAASCU for the 17th season of their basketball tournament.
On his 16th season as a player in the PBA, his team, the Pop Cola Panthers was disbanded after the PBA franchise was sold by RFM Corporation to Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc. This left Jarencio with no PBA team to play in and was put on inactive status. During those times, he joined the San Miguel All-Stars touring team that played goodwill games around the country.
Jarencio also coached the House of Representatives Solons team in the UNTV Cup from 2016 to 2018.
He was fired towards the end of the 2014–15 PBA Philippine Cup despite doubling his win total in his first two conferences in the pro league at 4 wins and 5 losses. He remained with the team as a consultant. On March 31, 2015, Jarencio was reappointed as the head coach of the Batang Pier.
On January 9, 2014, before the start of the Commissioner's Cup, GlobalPort officially signed Jarencio to a two-year contract. He took over interim coach Richie Ticzon, who earlier replaced head coach Junel Baculi prior to his firing at the start of the season.
Jarencio resigned in 2013, at the end of UAAP Season 76, after failing to win the championship against La Salle. He had accepted an offer to coach a PBA team near the end of the first conference that year. He ended his eight-year coaching stint for the Tigers with an overall record of 56 wins against 54 losses in the elimination round, 10-8 in the postseason, highlighted by six final four and three finals appearances.
In 2013, it was reported that Jarencio will take over as coach of the Barako Bull Energy Boosters, but contract negotiations fell through.
The Growling Tigers got into the UAAP finals two more times, in 2012, and in 2013, but they had not been successful in duplicating their feat in 2006. In eight seasons with Jarencio as coach, UST missed the final four on just two occasions, in 2008, and in 2010. The team also won the PCCL championship in 2012.
He was the head coach of the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers Senior men's collegiate basketball team of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines from 2006 to 2013.
Jarencio was appointed head coach of the UST Growling Tigers on February 21, 2006. He replaced Nel Parado whose contract expired on February 15. Parado coached the Tigers for two years, but only managed to get four wins in each of the seasons that they competed in.
In his first season as head coach in 2006, he led the Growling Tigers in defeating the heavily favored Ateneo Blue Eagles 2–1 to win the UAAP Season 69 title, something that has eluded his playing career as a Glowing Goldie.
In game six of the 2006 Philippine Cup semifinals series between San Miguel and Red Bull, Guiao threw an elbow at San Miguel player Dondon Hontiveros, who was backing up in his direction after converting a three-point jump shot. Out of anger, Jarencio, charged towards the Red Bull bench and almost came into contact with Guiao, which happened in front of the referees.
He ran and lost in the 2004 elections as Councilor in the 3rd district of Manila.
In 2003, Jarencio had gone to UST to accompany his daughter in her enrollment and bumped into Institute of Physical Education and Athletics (IPEA) director Fr. Ermito de Sagon. Aric del Rosario had just resigned and the school was searching for their new head coach. Jarencio had no prior coaching experience so he declined Fr. de Sagon's invitation. Gina Francisco, the UST senior women's basketball team captain when Jarencio was still playing for the Glowing Goldies, persisted in convincing him to apply for the head coach position. She referred him to UST athletics moderator Mike Silbor who arranged an interview with Fr. de Sagon. He passed the interviews and was later given a one-year contract with an understanding for him to rebuild the Growling Tigers' basketball program for the next three years.
Jarencio had amassed 6,121 career points after his last active year in 2001, ranking him 49th in the PBA All Time Scoring Leaders list.
He won his third championship in the PBA in the 1997 Commissioner's Cup with Ginebra, which had used the name Gordon's Gin Boars at the start of the season. He made 8 three point shots in the semifinals to beat San Miguel in two overtime periods. He then made 7 three point shots in their finals match against Alaska.
Jarencio's break came when he joined Sonny Jaworski's team and became Ginebra's starting point guard. He had been traded from Swift in 1992 and became the leading scorer for the team that season. He had an average of 18.6 points per game. He scored 45 points against 7 Up, 44 against Swift and scored over 30 points in four other constests during the season. He was awarded the PBA's Most Improved Player at the end of the season.
Jarencio was featured in the 1990 Fernando Poe, Jr. film, "May isang tsuper ng taxi" (Pablo S. Gomez, Pablo Santiago, FPJ Productions, Inc.) in a cameo role along with other PBA players. They played a group of cab drivers who came to aid FPJ and engaged the villains in a fistfight.
After being traded to Great Taste from San Miguel Beer in 1988, he was given longer playing minutes as backup to starting point guard Bernie Fabiosa. On June 30, 1988, during the All-Filipino Conference. Jarencio threw a buzzer-beating jumper to win the game against Purefoods, 102-100.
The team changed their name back to Magnolia Ice Cream and they exacted revenge on ESQ by beating them in the finals of the 1986 Founder's Cup.
Jarencio turned professional in 1986, joining the Magnolia Cheese Makers who had taken leave from the PBA when the events related to the EDSA revolution unfolded. The team, under new owners returned in the Third Conference after signing up Jarencio together with 7 of his teammates from the NCC national team. He won his first championship as a professional player in the Reinforced Conference the following year.
Jarencio was included in the lineup of the Danding Cojuangco-backed Northern Cement basketball team that won the 1985 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The NCC team which had two American players in their roster also competed as a guest team and won the 1985 PBA Reinforced Conference title.
Jarencio played in the Philippine Amateur Basketball League from 1984 to 1986 and was part of the San Miguel franchise team, Magnolia Ice Cream. The team, under the name Lagerlite Beer finished as runners-up to ESQ Marketing in the 1985 Invitational Cup.
He once scored 50 points in a game against the National University Bulldogs in 1982, during the elimination round of UAAP Season 45. He scored 48 points during the 1984 UAAP Finals against the University of the East Warriors after exchanging baskets with season MVP Allan Caidic, who in turn finished the game with 46 points.
Jarencio played college basketball for the UST Glowing Goldies during the 1980s under coaches Charlie Badion and Aric del Rosario.
Alfredo Lorenzo Mendoza Jarencio (born September 5, 1964) is a Filipino professional basketball coach and a former player who is currently the head coach of the NorthPort Batang Pier of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).