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Highest-paid Connecticut state employees

(Ranked by 2013 W-2 earnings)

RankNameEarningsTitleAgency/department
1Geno Auriemma$2,023,988Coach, womens's basketballUConn
2Paul Pasqualoni (1)$1,635,373Head Coach, footballUConn
3Jim Calhoun (2)$1,514,449Assistant Athletic DirectorUConn
4Kevin Ollie$1,210,047Coach, men's basketballUConn
5Hanspaul Makkar$1,157,723Chief of the Division of Pediatric DermatologyUConn Health

Source: Connecticut Office of the State Comptroller, press office of the UConn Health Center, and UConn website.

(1) In Sept. 2013, Pasqualoni was replaced by interim coach T.J. Wiest. Bob Diaco was named UConn's new had football coach in Dec. 2013.
(2) Calhoun retired as UConn men's basketball coach in Sept. 2012, served as assistant athletic director until March 2013, and is now fully retired.


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