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PETER FRANCIS NEWELL (August 31, 1915 – November 17, 2008) was an American college men\'s basketball coach and basketball instructional coach. He coached for 15 years at the University of San Francisco
University of San Francisco
, Michigan State University and the University of California, Berkeley , compiling an overall record of 234 wins and 123 losses. He led the University of California to the 1959 NCAA men\'s basketball championship , and a year later coached the gold medal-winning U.S. team at the 1960 Summer Olympics , a team that would be inducted as a unit to the Naismith Memorial Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame in 2010. After his coaching career ended he ran a world-famous instructional basketball camp and served as a consultant and scout for several National Basketball
Basketball
Association (NBA) teams. He is often considered to be one of the most influential figures in the history of basketball.

CONTENTS

* 1 Early life * 2 Coaching career * 3 NBA Work * 4 Basketball
Basketball
camps * 5 Personal life * 6 Death * 7 Legacy * 8 Selected bibliography * 9 Notes * 10 Sources * 11 External links

EARLY LIFE

He was born in Vancouver
Vancouver
and grew up in Los Angeles
Los Angeles
. Encouraged by his mother, he had small roles in several movies before he turned ten. It is even said that Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin
considered him for the title role in his film The Kid (1921), which was later played by Jackie Coogan . Newell attended both high school and college in Los Angeles, California, and was a classmate of Phil Woolpert at Loyola Marymount University (then called Loyola University). He played on the basketball team.

COACHING CAREER

After serving in the United States
United States
Navy from 1942 to 1946, Newell was appointed head men's basketball coach at the University of San Francisco in 1946. During his four-year tenure at USF, Newell compiled a 70-37 record and coached the Dons to the 1949 National Invitation Tournament championship. In 1950 he accepted an appointment as head coach at Michigan State University, where he stayed until 1954.

Newell returned to the West Coast in 1954 when he was hired as head coach at the University of California, Berkeley. Newell was very successful at Cal, compiling a 119-44 record, winning four consecutive Pac-8 titles from 1957 to 1960, and leading the Golden Bears to two straight appearances in the NCAA tournament championship game—which they won in 1959. Newell himself earned national Coach of the Year honors in 1960. At Berkeley, he became a faculty initiate of the Nu Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity where player Darrall Imhoff was a member.

Newell also coached the U.S. men\'s Olympic basketball team to a gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics , leading a talented squad that featured future National Basketball
Basketball
Association (NBA) stars and Hall of Famers Walt Bellamy , Oscar Robertson , Jerry West
Jerry West
, and Jerry Lucas . His win in the Olympics made him one of only three coaches to win the "Triple Crown" of NCAA, NIT and Olympic championships. Newell is also known to have introduced the reverse-action offense in the late nineteen fifties.

After being advised by doctors to give up coaching because of stress, he served as the Athletic Director at Cal from 1960 to 1968.

Among his various achievements includes having a winning record against UCLA Coach John Wooden
John Wooden
, considered by many to be the greatest coach in college basketball history.

NBA WORK

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After retiring from coaching, Newell served as team executive or scout for several NBA teams. He served as General Manager of the San Diego Rockets from 1968 to 1971, until the team was sold to Houston in June, 1971. After a short stint in Houston, to assist with the transfer, Pete returned to the west coast and later joined the Los Angeles Lakers. As general manager of the Lakers, he was instrumental in trading for star center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar from the Milwaukee Bucks . He retired from his job as Lakers GM in 1976 to spend more time with his ailing wife.

BASKETBALL CAMPS

Considered "America's Basketball
Basketball
Guru", Newell conducted an annual training camp for centers and forwards known simply as "Big Man Camp", which has since been informally dubbed "Pete Newell's Big Man Camp". The camp originated when word spread that Newell was working with Kermit Washington . After Washington's game rapidly improved, more and more big men started to work with Newell, and he later opened the camp. The camp's impressive participants list features over 200 current and former NBA players. Newell attracted this list of players due to his reputation of teaching footwork, being what one publication described as "The Footwork Master". Former attendees include Shaquille O\'Neal , Hakeem Olajuwon , Bill Walton , and many others. The camp was almost seen as standard for players coming out of college into the NBA; according to ESPN's Ric Bucher , "or the past 24 years, every big man of any significance has spent at least one summer week trying to get close enough to Pete." From the time Newell opened the camp in 1976 until his death, he never accepted any money for his services, stating that "I owe it to the game. I can never repay what the game has given me." The camp has taken place in Honolulu, Hawaii and most recently Las Vegas, Nevada .

In 2001 Newell opened his version of the Big Man Camp for women and dubbed it "Pete Newell\'s Tall Women\'s Basketball
Basketball
Camp" with the following simple sentence serving as a summary of its intentions: "The Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Tall Women's Basketball
Basketball
Camp goal is to continue to do what Pete Newell
Pete Newell
has done his whole life-to teach the fundamentals and footwork of the game of basketball to young players."

PERSONAL LIFE

Newell in his Del Mar home, 2007

Newell's wife, Florence, died in 1984. His four sons have all been involved with basketball. His son, Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Jr., coached the Santa Cruz High School boys' basketball team to the California state championship in 2005. Another son, Tom Newell, is a longtime NBA scout and assistant coach who has recently worked on international basketball projects in China and Russia. Tom currently is a Fox Sports studio commentator in the network's Northwest region. His 3rd son, Roger, was the first person to bring computer software and analytics to the NBA in 1982 thru 2000 with the Newell Productivity System. This same computer software system was used throughout Jim Harrick's tenure at UCLA including their NCAA Championship season. Roger was also a Consultant at Hollywood Park racetrack from 1990-1999 before the track was sold to Churchill Downs.

DEATH

Newell died at Rancho Santa Fe, California
Rancho Santa Fe, California
on November 17, 2008, at age 93.

LEGACY

In 1979 Newell was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a contributor, and in 2010 the 1960 Olympic team he coached was inducted into the Hall as a unit. An annual college basketball tournament was held in his honor in Oakland, California , and frequent participants in the Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Challenge included USF and Cal—the very schools where Newell coached. In addition in 1987 Cal dedicated the court in Harmon Gym as " Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Court".

In 1999, author Bruce Jenkins published a biography of Newell entitled A Good Man.

Since 2000, the National Association of Basketball
Basketball
Coaches has annually presented the Pete Newell Big Man Award to the top frontcourt player in the nation.

In an interview with Mike Greenberg on ESPN 's Mike and Mike in the Morning on January 2, 2007, Bob Knight singled Newell out as one of the greatest coaches in men\'s college basketball history. Knight stated that although he had not won as many championships as some other coaches he felt "he was as good as anybody who's ever coached this game." Newell's influence on basketball is often stated in what would seem to be almost exaggerated terms by many Hall of Fame coaches and players. However, his contributions to the game of basketball have been so great that according to many Newell has perhaps had as much or more influence on the game of basketball as any person in the modern era.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

* Basketball
Basketball
Methods (1962) with John Benington * Basketball: The Sports Playbook (1976) * Basketball
Basketball
Post Play (1995) * Pete Newell's Defensive Basketball: Winning Techniques and Strategies (Art -webkit-column-width: 30em; column-width: 30em; list-style-type: decimal;">

* ^ A B C D E F "Peter F. "Pete" Newell". Naismith Memorial Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame. Retrieved December 3, 2010. * ^ A B C "1960 United States
United States
Olympic Team". Naismith Memorial Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame. Retrieved December 3, 2010. * ^ A B C D E Pete Newell
Pete Newell
was also the first college basketball coach to achieve the Triple Crown in coaching - NIT Champs , NCAA Champs - Olympic Gold Medal.The Godfather, espn.com, accessed October 9, 2010. * ^ A B Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Still The Footwork Master, scout.com, accessed October 9, 2010.

* ^ A beautiful basketball mind, www.sdhoc.com, accessed October 9, 2010. *Ortiz, Jorge L. Another legacy at Newell Many coaches with links to Heathcote, December 28, 2001. * Chin. pg. 135 *Mandelbaum. pg. 329 * ^ A B C Weber, Bruce. Basketball
Basketball
innovator wielded lasting influence on NBA players, obituary, The New York Times, November 25, 2008, accessed October 9, 2010. * ^ IMDb Trivia for "The Kid" * ^ NBA Silver Anniversary Edition Program, 21st annual All-Star Game. Host San Diego Rockets, San Diego International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA. January 12, 1971. Page 32 * ^ A B Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Big Man Camp, petenewellbigmancamp.com, accessed October 9, 2010. * ^ Bucher, Bucher.A good man, espn.com, accessed October 9, 2010. * ^ Chapin, Dwight &Kroichick, Ron. Pete Newell: Basketball
Basketball
coach and teacher, San Francisco Chronicle, November 18, 2008, accessed October 9, 2010. * ^ Chapin, Dwight &Kroichick, Ron. Pete Newell: Basketball
Basketball
coach and teacher, San Francisco Chronicle, November 18, 2008, accessed October 9, 2010. * ^ Basketball
Basketball
innovator wielded lasting influence on NBA players, obituary, by Bruce Weber, The New York Times , November 25, 2008. * ^ Ramsay and Halberstam. pg. 43

SOURCES

* Chin, Oliver Clyde. The Tao of Yao: Insights from Basketball's Brightest Big Man, California: Frog, LTD. 2003 ISBN 1-58394-090-1 * Mandelbaum, Michael. The Meaning Of Sports: why americans watch baseball, football and basketball and what they see when they do, New York: Public Affairs 2004 ISBN 1-58648-330-7 * Ramsay, Jack and Halberstam, David . Dr. Jack's Leadership Lessons Learned From a Lifetime in Basketball, New Jersey: John Wiley color:white;-moz-box-shadow: inset 2px 2px 0 #FDBB30, inset -2px -2px 0 #FDBB30; -webkit-box-shadow: inset 2px 2px 0 #FDBB30, inset -2px -2px 0 #FDBB30; box-shadow: inset 2px 2px 0 #FDBB30, inset -2px -2px 0 #FDBB30;">

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San Francisco Dons men\'s basketball head coaches

* Jimmy Needles (1923–1931) * Phil Morrissey (1931–1932) * Wally Cameron (1932–1941) * Forrest Twogood (1941–1942) * Jimmy Needles (1942–1944) * No team (1944–1945) * William Bussenius (1945–1946) * Pete Newell
Pete Newell
(1946–1950) * Phil Woolpert (1950–1959) * Ross Giudice (1959–1960) * Peter Peletta (1960–1966) * Phil Vukicevich (1966–1970) * Bob Gaillard (1970–1978) * Dan Belluomini (1978–1980) * Pete Barry (1980–1982) * No team (1982–1985) * Jim Brovelli (1985–1995) * Philip Mathews (1995–2004) * Jessie Evans (2004–2007) * Eddie Sutton # (2007–2008) * Rex Walters
Rex Walters
(2008–2016) * Kyle Smith (2016– )

Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach.

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San Francisco Dons head baseball coaches

* Pete Newell
Pete Newell
(1946–1950) * Unknown (1951–1956) * John Anderson (1957–1960) * Unknown (1961–1966) * Dante Benedetti (1967–1980) * Ken Bowman (1981–1993) * Rich Hill (1994–1998) * Nino Giarratano (1999– )

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Michigan State Spartans men\'s basketball head coaches

* No coach (1898–1899) * Charles Bemies (1899–1901) * George Denman (1901–1903) * Chester Brewer (1903–1910) * John Macklin (1910–1916) * George Gauthier (1916–1920) * Lyman Frimodig (1920–1922) * Mysterious Walker
Mysterious Walker
(1922–1924) * John Kobs (1924–1926) * Benjamin Van Alstyne (1926–1943) * No team (1943–1944) * Benjamin Van Alstyne (1944–1949) * Al Kircher (1949–1950) * Pete Newell
Pete Newell
(1950–1954) * Forddy Anderson (1954–1965) * John E. Benington (1965–1969) * Gus Ganakas (1969–1976) * Jud Heathcote (1976–1995) * Tom Izzo (1995– )

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California Golden Bears men\'s basketball head coaches

* No coach (1907–1915) * Kilduff (1915–1916) * Ben Cherrington (1916–1917) * Walter Christie (1917–1918) * William Hollender (1918–1920) * E. H. Wright (1920–1924) * Nibs Price (1924–1954) * Pete Newell
Pete Newell
(1954–1960) * Rene Herrerias (1960–1968) * Jim Padgett (1968–1972) * Dick Edwards (1972–1978) * Dick Kuchen (1978–1985) * Lou Campanelli (1985–1993) * Todd Bozeman (1993–1996) * Ben Braun (1996–2008) * Mike Montgomery
Mike Montgomery
(2008–2014) * Cuonzo Martin (2014–2017) * Wyking Jones (2017– )

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California Golden Bears athletic directors

* Brutus Hamilton
Brutus Hamilton
(1946–1955) * Greg Englehard (1956–1960) * Pete Newell
Pete Newell
(1960–1968) * Paul Brechler
Paul Brechler
(1968–1971) * Ray Willsey # (1971–1972) * Dave Maggard (1972–1991) * Bob Bockrath (1991–1993) * John Kasser (1993–2001) * Steve Gladstone (2001–2004) * Sandy Barbour (2004–2014) * H. Michael Williams (2014– )

Pound sign (#) denotes interim athletic director.

PETE NEWELL—CHAMPIONSHIPS, AWARDS, AND HONORS

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California Golden Bears Men\'s Basketball
Basketball
1958–59 NCAA Champions

* 22 Denny Fitzpatrick * 23 Al Buch * 33 Jack Grout * 34 Bob Dalton * 40 Darrall Imhoff * 42 Bill McClintock * 45 Stan Morrison

Head Coach Pete Newell
Pete Newell
Assistant Coach Rene Herrerias

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United States
United States
basketball squad – 1960 Summer Olympics – Gold medal

* 4 Arnette * 5 Bellamy * 6 Boozer * 7 Dischinger * 8 Haldorson * 9 Imhoff * 10 Kelley * 11 Lane * 12 Lucas * 13 Robertson * 14 Smith * 15 West * Coach: Newell

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Naismith Memorial Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame Class of 1979

PLAYERS

* Wilt Chamberlain

COACHES

* Sam Barry * Eddie Hickey * Ray Meyer
Ray Meyer

CONTRIBUTORS

* John McLendon * Pete Newell

REFEREE

* James Enright

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Members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball
Basketball
Hall of Fame

PLAYERS

GUARDS

* Archibald * Beckman * Belov * Bing * Blazejowski * Borgmann * Brennan * Cervi * Cooper-Dyke * Cousy * Dampier * Davies * Drexler * Dumars * Edwards * Frazier * Friedman * Galis * Gervin * Goodrich * Greer * Guerin * Hanson * Haynes * Holman * Hyatt * Isaacs * Iverson * Jeannette * D. Johnson * E. Johnson * K. Jones * S. Jones * Jordan * Lieberman * Maravich * Marcari * Marčiulionis * Martin * McDermott * McGrady * McGuire * Meyers * R. Miller * Monroe * Murphy * Page * Payton * Petrović * Phillip * Posey * Richmond * Robertson * Rodgers * Roosma * Russell * Schommer * Sedran * Sharman * Staley * Steinmetz * Stockton * Swoopes * Thomas * Thompson * Vandivier * Wanzer * West * J. White * Wilkens * Woodard * Wooden

FORWARDS

* Arizin * Barkley * Barry * Baylor * Bird * Bradley * R. Brown * Cunningham * Curry * Dalipagić * Dantley * DeBusschere * Dehnert * Endacott * English * Erving * Foster * Fulks * Gale * Gates * Gola * Hagan * Havlicek * Hawkins * Hayes * Haywood * Heinsohn * Howell * G. Johnson * King * Lucas * Luisetti * K. Malone * McClain * B. McCracken * J. McCracken * McHale * Mikkelsen * C. Miller * Mullin * Pettit * Pippen * Pollard * Ramsey * Rodman * Schayes * E. Schmidt * O. Schmidt * Stokes * Thompson * Twyman * Walker * N. White * Wilkes * Wilkins * Worthy * Yardley

CENTERS

* Abdul-Jabbar * Barlow * Beaty * Bellamy * Chamberlain * Ćosić * Cowens * Crawford * Daniels * DeBernardi * Donovan * Ewing * Gallatin * Gilmore * Gruenig * Harris-Stewart * Houbregs * Issel * W. Johnson * Johnston * Krause * Kurland * Lanier * Leslie * Lovellette * Lapchick * Macauley * M. Malone * McAdoo * Meneghin * Mikan * Mourning * Murphy * Mutombo * Olajuwon * O\'Neal * Parish * Pereira * Reed * Risen * Robinson * Russell * Sabonis * Sampson * Semjonova * Thurmond * Unseld * Wachter * Walton * Yao

COACHES

* Alexeeva * Allen * Anderson * Auerbach * Auriemma * Barmore * Barry * Blood * Boeheim * Brown * Calhoun * Calipari * Cann * Carlson * Carnesecca * Carnevale * Carril * Case * Chancellor * Chaney * Conradt * Crum * Daly * Dean * Díaz-Miguel * Diddle * Drake * Ferrándiz * Gaines * Gamba * Gardner * Gaze * Gill * Gomelsky * Gunter * Hannum * Harshman * Haskins * Hatchell * Heinsohn * Hickey * Hobson * Holzman * Hurley * Iba * Izzo * Jackson * Julian * Keaney * Keogan * Knight * Krzyzewski * Kundla * Lambert * Leonard * Lewis * Litwack * Loeffler * Lonborg * Magee * McCutchan * A. McGuire * F. McGuire * McLendon * Meanwell * Meyer * Miller * Moore * Nelson * Nikolić * Novosel * Olson * Pitino * Ramsay * Richardson * Riley * Rubini * Rupp * Rush * Sachs * Sharman * Shelton * Sloan * Smith * Stringer * Summitt * Tarkanian * Taylor * Teague * Thompson * VanDerveer * Wade * Watts * Wilkens * G. Williams * R. Williams * Wooden * Woolpert * Wootten * Yow

CONTRIBUTORS

* Abbott * Barksdale * Bee * Biasone * H. Brown * W. Brown * Bunn * Buss * Clifton * Colangelo * Cooper * Davidson * Douglas * Duer * Embry * Fagan * Fisher * Fleisher * Gavitt * Gottlieb * Granik * Gulick * Harrison * Hearn * Henderson * Hepp * Hickox * Hinkle * Irish * Jones * Kennedy * Knight * Lemon * Liston * Lloyd * McLendon * Mokray * Morgan * Morgenweck * Naismith * Newell * Newton * J. O\'Brien * L. O\'Brien * Olsen * Podoloff * Porter * Raveling * Reid * Reinsdorf * Ripley * Sanders * Saperstein * Schabinger * St. John * Stagg * Stanković * Steitz * Stern * Taylor * Tower * Trester * Vitale * Wells * Wilke * Winter * Zollner

REFEREES

* Bavetta * Enright * Garretson * Hepbron * Hoyt * Kennedy * Leith * Mihalik * Nichols * Nucatola * Quigley * Rudolph * Shirley * Strom * Tobey * Walsh

TEAMS

* 1960 United States
United States
Olympic Team * 1992 United States
United States
Olympic Team * All-American Red Heads * Buffalo Germans
Buffalo Germans
* The First Team * Harlem Globetrotters * Immaculata College * New York Renaissance * Original Celtics
Original Celtics
* Texas Western

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FIBA Hall of Fame inductees

COACHES (21)

* Alexeyeva * Canavesi * Díaz-Miguel * Donohue * Ferrándiz * A. Gomelsky * E. Gomelsky * Gaze * Iba * Kondrashin * Newell * Nikolić * Novosel * Primo * Rubini * Smith * Soares * Stirling * Summitt * Yow * Žeravica

CONTRIBUTORS (35)

* Airaldi Rivarola * Ashry * Atakol * Bouffard * Busnel * Calvo * Carneiro * Dos Reis * Greim * Hepp * Jones * Killian * Klieger * Kozlowski * López * Martín * Naismith * Otto * Pitzl * Popović * Ramsay * Samaranch * Šaper * Saporta * Scuri * Seguro de Luna * Semashko * Seye Moreau * Stanković * Steitz * Stern * Ueda * Vitale * Wahby * Yoon

PLAYERS (49)

* A. Belov * S. Belov * Chazalon * Ćosić * Cruz * Dalipagić * Daneu * Delibašić * Divac * Donovan * Edwards * Epi * Fasoulas * Furlong * Galis * Gaze * Gonçalves * González * Herrera * Jean-Jacques * Jordan * Kićanović * Korać * Maciel * Marcari * Marčiulionis * Martín * Marzorati * Meneghin * Meyers * Miller * Olajuwon * Pasos * Petrović * Raga * Rigaudeau * Robertson * Robinson * Rodríguez * Ronchetti * Russell * Sabonis * Schmidt * Semjonova * Slavnić * Timms * Tkachenko * Voynova * Zasulskaya

TECHNICAL OFFICIALS (14)

* Arabadjian * Bain * Belošević * Blanchard * Dimou * Hopenhaym * Kassai * Kostin * Lazarov * Pfeuti * Rae * Reverberi * Rigas * Righetto

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Henry Iba Award
Henry Iba Award
winners

* 1959: Hickey * 1960: Newell * 1961: Taylor * 1962: Taylor * 1963: Jucker * 1964: Wooden * 1965: van Breda Kolff * 1966: Rupp * 1967: Wooden * 1968: Lewis * 1969: Wooden * 1970: Wooden * 1971: Wooden * 1972: Wooden * 1973: Wooden * 1974: Sloan * 1975: Knight * 1976: Orr * 1977: Sutton * 1978: Meyer * 1979: D. Smith * 1980: Meyer * 1981: Miller * 1982: Thompson * 1983: Carnesecca * 1984: Keady * 1985: Carnesecca * 1986: Versace * 1987: Chaney * 1988: Chaney * 1989: Knight * 1990: Williams * 1991: Ayers * 1992: Clark * 1993: Fogler * 1994: Spoonhour * 1995: Sampson * 1996: Keady * 1997: Haskins * 1998: Izzo * 1999: Ellis * 2000: Eustachy * 2001: Skinner * 2002: Howland * 2003: T. Smith * 2004: Martelli * 2005: Weber * 2006: Williams * 2007: Bennett * 2008: Davis * 2009: Self * 2010: Boeheim * 2011: Brey * 2012: Haith * 2013: Larrañaga * 2014: Marshall * 2015: Bennett * 2016: Mack * 2017: Few

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NABC Coach of the Year winners

* 1959: Hickey * 1960: Newell * 1961: Taylor * 1962: Taylor * 1963: Jucker * 1964: Wooden * 1965: van Breda Kolff * 1966: Rupp * 1967: Wooden * 1968: Lewis * 1969: Wooden * 1970: Wooden * 1971: Kraft * 1972: Wooden * 1973: Bartow * 1974: McGuire * 1975: Knight * 1976: Orr * 1977: D. Smith * 1978: Foster & Lemons * 1979: Meyer * 1980: Olson * 1981: Hartman & Miller * 1982: Monson * 1983: Carnesecca * 1984: Harshman * 1985: Thompson * 1986: Sutton * 1987: Pitino * 1988: Chaney * 1989: Carlesimo * 1990: Heathcote * 1991: Krzyzewski * 1992: Raveling * 1993: Fogler * 1994: Keady & Richardson * 1995: Harrick * 1996: Calipari * 1997: Haskins * 1998: Guthridge * 1999: Krzyzewski & O\'Brien * 2000: Keady * 2001: Izzo * 2002: Sampson * 2003: T. Smith * 2004: Martelli & Montgomery * 2005: Weber * 2006: Wright * 2007: Lickliter * 2008: McKillop * 2009: Anderson ;background:none transparent;border:none;-moz-box-shadow:none;-webkit-box-shadow:none;box-shadow:none;">v

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UPI College Basketball
Basketball
Coach of the Year Award winners

* 1955: Woolpert * 1956: Woolpert * 1957: F. McGuire * 1958: Winter * 1959: Rupp * 1960: Newell * 1961: Taylor * 1962: Taylor * 1963: Jucker * 1964: Wooden * 1965: Strack * 1966: Rupp * 1967: Wooden * 1968: Lewis * 1969: Wooden * 1970: Wooden * 1971: A. McGuire * 1972: Wooden * 1973: Wooden * 1974: Phelps * 1975: Knight * 1976: Young * 1977: Gaillard * 1978: Sutton * 1979: Hodges * 1980: Meyer * 1981: Miller * 1982: Stewart * 1983: Tarkanian * 1984: Meyer * 1985: Carnesecca * 1986: Krzyzewski * 1987: Thompson * 1988: Chaney * 1989: Knight * 1990: Calhoun * 1991: Majerus * 1992: Clark * 1993: Fogler * 1994: Stewart * 1995: Hamilton * 1996: Keady

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