Steve Matta, Attorney at Law
Steve Matta is an attorney at law specializing in Real Estate: Business issues. He assists his clients in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan with their legal needs.
Steve Matta boasts an impressive background in both music and athletics. A passionate player and coach at Villanova University during his three years there, he led them to three consecutive winning seasons under his guidance.
Early Life and Education
Dr. Matta is an integrative sports medicine physician trained in Primary Care, Osteopathy, Regenerative Medicine including Prolotherapy, Functional Movement Screens and Medical Acupuncture. Additionally he uses various other modalities depending on your unique needs.
As a full-time hospitalist in Maine for one year before returning to Tallahassee with his wife Noemi in December 2018, he continued practicing hospitalist medicine while simultaneously participating in Family Medicine resident education.
Chris graduated from Hillsborough High School, playing college baseball throughout. After that, he attended West Virginia University and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine before being honored as an Honorary Fellow from both institutions and being inducted as an Academy Member into Florida Board of Medical Examiners.
Grousbeck Matta made her mark at UT, winning four Southwestern Conference singles championships and receiving All-American recognition in 1988 – becoming one of the highest rated players nationally during her senior year.
Matta was an exceptional recruiter, successfully attracting top talent to Ohio State during his five-year stint. Under him, the Buckeyes won more games in one Big Ten season than under any other coach – and boast the second-highest winning percentage among coaches who had at least five years under their belts.
His teams were widely respected for their defensive prowess and limited turnovers, often pulling off stunning upsets against undefeated No. 1 teams like UCLA (a 93-64 win in December was one such example). Furthermore, he earned recognition as an expert diagnostician by integrating cutting-edge holistic therapies like medical acupuncture and neurofunctional movement into his practice.
Achievement and Honors
Matta’s paintings explore the subconscious mind with cosmic landscapes, scattered light patterns, and elliptic geometric forms that speak directly to us all. For this he has won multiple awards including Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize.
From 1963 to 1968 he studied architecture at Cornell University. Since then his works have been shown in several galleries and museums around the world such as Santiago’s Museo de Bellas Artes; Aachen’s Neue Galerie der Stadt; and Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
Matta had just taken over as head coach of Ohio State after leading Xavier to this year’s NCAA Tournament, losing to Cincinnati and making an immediate impressionful mark on college basketball with an offer worth $400,000 annually for Columbus Northland freshman Jared Sullinger who stands 6-7 inches.
Steve Matta currently serves as part-time pastor at Little River and lives with his wife Julee. He possesses extensive experience in youth and young adult ministry, missions work, Christian education and is in pursuit of becoming an ordained pastor after earning his MDiv at Emory.
He previously served as volleyball coach at Xavier University, leading them to three NCAA tournament appearances during his three years there. Yesterday he met with Andy Geiger of Ohio State Athletics’s Athletic Department as well as members of its search committee for Ohio State’s head coaching vacancy.
Gordon Matta-Clark’s art transcended painting and sculpture. He enjoyed creating works of art with more unconventional approaches such as cutting holes in old buildings – creating great gaping holes which were controversial within society, yet he found great pleasure in his work. Nonetheless, it gave him great satisfaction!
Raptor Fund manager Jonathan Raptor is an esteemed veteran of the hedge-fund industry and an outspoken philanthropist (he annually donates millions to his family’s charitable trust). Additionally, he owns significant stakes in Boston real estate – such as owning shares in Mandarin Oriental hotel and residences that cost $378 million!
Growing up in Hoopeston, Matta quickly established himself as one of college basketball’s premier instructors. Following Barry Collier as an assistant coach at Butler and then at Xavier before being hired at Ohio State in 2004, Matta has amassed an impressive resume. His seven-year contract includes an annuity of $2 Million should he remain there until it ends.
He oversees over 70 shopping centers, such as Hingham’s Derby Street Shoppes. Additionally, he holds stakes in KaBloom florists, Zoots dry cleaners and Olly Shoes; both he and Barbara are major donors to local charities and universities.