HoopDirt.com is tracking all of the 2017-18 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Conference Coach of the Year winners. The list will be updated as awards roll in. Click on the coach to read the full press release announcing the award. Congratulations to the following coaches:


America East Conference:

John Becker – Vermont /  John Gallagher – Hartford (Co-Coaches of the Year)

American Athletic Conference:

Kelvin Sampson – Houston

Atlantic 10 Conference:

Dan Hurley – Rhode Island

Atlantic Coast Conference:

Tony Bennett – Virginia

Atlantic Sun Conference:

Joe Dooley – Florida Gulf Coast

Big 12 Conference:

Bill Self – Kansas / Chris Beard – Texas Tech (Co-Coaches of the Year)

Big East Conference:

Chris Mack – Xavier

Big Sky Conference:

Travis DeCuire – Montana

Big South Conference:

Mike Jones – Radford

Big Ten Conference:

Chris Holtmann – Ohio State

Big West Conference:

Jim Les – UC Davis

Colonial Athletic Association:

Bill Coen – Northeastern

Conference USA:

Steve Henson – UTSA

Horizon League:

Scott Nagy – Wright State

Ivy League:

Steve Donahue – Penn

Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference:

Kevin Baggett – Rider University

Mid-American Conference:

Nate Oats – Buffalo

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference:

Jay Joyner – NC A&T

Missouri Valley Conference:

Porter Moser – Loyola University

Mountain West Conference:

Eric Musselman – Nevada

Northeast Conference:

Bashir Mason – Wagner

Ohio Valley Conference:

Matt Figger – Austin Peay

Pac-12 Conference:

Mike Hopkins – Washington

Patriot League:

Matt Langel – Colgate

Southeastern Conference:

Rick Barnes – Tennessee

Southern Conference

Wes Miller – UNC Greensboro

Southland Conference:

Richie Riley – Nicholls State

Southwestern Athletic Conference:

Donte’ Jackson – Grambling State

Sun Belt Conference:

Bob Marlin – Louisiana Lafayette

Summit League:

T.J. Otzelberger – South Dakota State

West Coast Conference:

Mark Few – Gonzaga

Western Athletic Conference:

Chris Jans – New Mexico State


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