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NABC Coach of the Year

The NABC Coach of the Year Award has been presented by the National Association of Basketball Coaches since 1959. A longtime sponsor of the award was Kodak; it is currently sponsored by the UPS Store.

Award winners

Year Award Winner College
1959 Eddie Hickey Marquette
1960 Pete Newell California
1961 Fred Taylor Ohio State
1962 Fred Taylor (2) Ohio State
1963 Ed Jucker Cincinnati
1964 John Wooden UCLA
1965 Butch van Breda Kolff Princeton
1966 Adolph Rupp Kentucky
1967 John Wooden (2) UCLA
1968 Guy Lewis Houston
1969 John Wooden (3) UCLA
1970 John Wooden (4) UCLA
1971 Jack Kraft Villanova
1972 John Wooden (5) UCLA
1973 Gene Bartow Memphis State
1974 Al McGuire Marquette
1975 Bob Knight Indiana
1976 Johnny Orr Michigan
1977 Dean Smith North Carolina
1978 Bill Foster Duke
Abe Lemons Texas
1979 Ray Meyer DePaul
1980 Lute Olson Iowa
1981 Jack Hartman Kansas State
Ralph Miller Oregon State
1982 Don Monson Idaho
1983 Lou Carnesecca St. John's
1984 Marv Harshman Washington
1985 John Thompson Georgetown
1986 Eddie Sutton Kentucky
1987 Rick Pitino Providence
1988 John Chaney Temple
1989 P.J. Carlesimo Seton Hall
1990 Jud Heathcote Michigan State
1991 Mike Krzyzewski Duke
1992 George Raveling Southern California
1993 Eddie Fogler Vanderbilt
1994 Gene Keady Purdue
Nolan Richardson Arkansas
1995 Jim Harrick UCLA
1996 John Calipari Massachusetts
1997 Clem Haskins Minnesota
1998 Bill Guthridge North Carolina
1999 Mike Krzyzewski (2) Duke
Jim O'Brien Ohio State
2000 Gene Keady (2) Purdue
2001 Tom Izzo Michigan State
2002 Kelvin Sampson Oklahoma
2003 Tubby Smith Kentucky
2004 Mike Montgomery Stanford
Phil Martelli Saint Joseph's
2005 Bruce Weber Illinois
2006 Jay Wright Villanova
2007 Todd Lickliter Butler
2008 Bob McKillop Davidson
2009 Mike Anderson Missouri
John Calipari Memphis
2010 Jim Boeheim Syracuse
2011 Steve Fisher San Diego State
2012 Tom Izzo (2) Michigan State
2013 Jim Crews Saint Louis
2014 Gregg Marshall Wichita State
2015 John Calipari Kentucky

External links

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