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College Basketball Awards

Division ! College Basketball
Player of the Year Voting
(Selected by the 65-member national media panel that selects the weekly Top 25)
Player, schoolVotes
Obi Toppin, Dayton 34
Luke Garza, Iowa 24
Markus Howard, Marquette 3
Udoka Azubuike, Kansas 2
Payton Pritchard, Oregon 2

Division I College Basketball
Player of the Year
2020 — Obi Toppin, Dayton
2019 — Zion Williamson, Duke
2018 — Jalen Brunson, Villanova
2017 — Frank Mason III, Kansas
2016 — Denzel Valentine, Michigan State
2015 — Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin
2014 — Doug McDermott, Creighton
2013 — Trey Burke, Michigan
2012 — Anthony Davis, Kentucky
2011 — Jimmer Fredette, BYU
2010 — Evan Turner, Ohio State
2009 — Blake Griffin, Oklahoma
2008 — Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina
2007 — Kevin Durant, Texas
2006 — J.J. Redick, Duke
2005 — Andrew Bogut, Utah
2004 — Jameer Nelson, Saint Joseph’s
2003 — David West, Xavier
2002 — Jason Williams, Duke
2001 — Shane Battier, Duke
2000 — Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati
1999 — Elton Brand, Duke
1998 — Antawn Jamison, North Carolina
1997 — Tim Duncan, Wake Forest
1996 — Marcus Camby, UMass
1995 — Joe Smith, Maryland
1994 — Glenn Robinson, Purdue
1993 — Calbert Cheaney, Indiana
1992 — Christian Laettner, Duke
1991 — Shaquille O’Neal, LSU
1990 — Lionel Simmons, La Salle
1989 — Sean Elliott, Arizona
1988 — Hersey Hawkins, Bradley
1987 — David Robinson, Navy
1986 — Walter Berry, St. John’s
1985 — Patrick Ewing, Georgetown
1984 — Michael Jordan, North Carolina
1983 — Ralph Sampson, Virginia
1982 — Ralph Sampson, Virginia
1981 — Ralph Sampson, Virginia
1980 — Mark Aguirre, DePaul
1979 — Larry Bird, Indiana State
1978 — Butch Lee, Marquette
1977 — Marques Johnson, UCLA
1976 — Scott May, Indiana
1975 — David Thompson, N.C. State
1974 — David Thompson, N.C. State
1973 — Bill Walton, UCLA
1972 — Bill Walton, UCLA
1971 — Austin Carr, Notre Dame
1970 — Pete Maravich, LSU
1969 — Lew Alcindor, UCLA
1968 — Elvin Hayes, Houston
1967 — Lew Alcindor, UCLA
1966 — Cazzie Russell, Michigan
1965 — Bill Bradley, Princeton
1964 — Gary Bradds, Ohio State
1963 — Art Heyman, Duke
1962 — Jerry Lucas, Ohio State
1961 — Jerry Lucas, Ohio State

Division I College Basketball
Coach of the Year Voting
(Selected by the 65-member national media panel that selects the weekly Top 25)
Anthony Grant, Dayton 30
Scott Drew, Baylor 13
Brian Dutcher, San Diego State 12
Leonard Hamilton, Florida State 6
Mark Few, Gonzaga 2
Steve Pikiell, Rutgers 1
Bill Self, Kansas 1

Division I College Basketball
Coach of the Year
2020 — Anthony Grant, Dayton
2019 — Chris Beard, Texas Tech
2018 — Tony Bennett, Virginia
2017 — Mark Few, Gonzaga
2016 — Bill Self, Kansas
2015 — John Calipari, Kentucky
2014 — Gregg Marshall, Wichita State
2013 — Jim Larranaga, Miami
2012 — Frank Haith, Missouri
2011 — Mike Brey, Notre Dame
2010 — Jim Boeheim, Syracuse
2009 — Bill Self, Kansas
2008 — Keno Davis, Drake
2007 — Tony Bennett, Washington State
2006 — Roy Williams, North Carolina
2005 — Bruce Weber, Illinois
2004 — Phil Martelli, Saint Joseph’s
2003 — Tubby Smith, Kentucky
2002 — Ben Howland, Pittsburgh
2001 — Matt Doherty, North Carolina
2000 — Larry Eustachy, Iowa State
1999 — Cliff Ellis, Auburn
1998 — Tom Izzo, Michigan State
1997 — Clem Haskins, Minnesota
1996 — Gene Keady, Purdue
1995 — Kelvin Sampson, Oklahoma
1994 — Norm Stewart, Missouri
1993 — Eddie Fogler, Vanderbilt
1992 — Roy Williams, Kansas
1991 — Randy Ayers, Ohio State
1990 — Jim Calhoun, UConn
1989 — Bob Knight, Indiana
1988 — John Chaney, Temple
1987 — Tom Davis, Iowa
1986 — Eddie Sutton, Kentucky
1985 — Bill Frieder, Michigan
1984 — Ray Meyer, DePaul
1983 — Guy Lewis, Houston
1982 — Ralph Miller, Oregon State
1981 — Ralph Miller, Oregon State
1980 — Ray Meyer, DePaul
1979 — Bill Hodges, Indiana State
1978 — Eddie Sutton, Arkansas
1977 — Bob Gaillard, San Francisco
1976 — Bob Knight, Indiana
1975 — Bob Knight, Indiana
1974 — Norm Sloan, N.C. State
1973 — John Wooden, UCLA
1972 — John Wooden, UCLA
1971 — Al McGuire, Marquette
1970 — John Wooden, UCLA
1969 — John Wooden, UCLA
1968 — Guy Lewis, Houston
1967 — John Wooden, UCLA