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April 12, 2012

Metropolitan Award Winners

1941 Nat Holman, CCNY
1942 Ned Irish, Madison Square Garden
1943 George Keogan, Notre Dame
1944 Oswald Tower, Rules Editor
1945 Harold Olsen, Ohio State
1946 Ed Kelleher, Fordham

James St. Clair, Southern Methodist
1947 Hank Iba, Oklahoma A&M
1948 Doc Carlson, Pittsburg
1949 Ed Hickox, Springfield
1950 Forrest "Phog" Allen, Kansas
1951 Sam Berry, Southern California
1952 George Edwards, Missouri
1953 Doc Meanwell, Wisconsin
1954 Ward "Piggy" Lambert, Purdue
1955 A.A. Schabinger, Creighton
1956 Lou Andreas, Syracuse
1957 Frank Keaney, Rhode Island
1958 Everett Dean, Indiana/Stanford
1959 Clarence Edmondson, Washington
1960 Vadal Peterson, Utah
1961 John Bunn, Colorado State
1962 Tony Hinkle, Butler
1963 Cliff Wells, Tulane
1964 Bud Foster, Wisconsin
1965 Joe Lapchick, St. John's (N.Y.)
1966 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky
1967 Alvin "Doggie" Julian, Dartmouth
1968 Pete Newell, California
1969 Everett Shelton, Sacramento State
1970 Eddie Hickey, Marquette/St. Louis
1971 Stan Watts, Brigham Young
1972 Forrest Twogood, Southern California
1973 Howard Hobson, Oregon
1974 Ed Steitz, Springfield
1975 Clair Bee, Long Island
1976 John McClendon, Cleveland State
1977 Jack Friel, Washington State
1978 John Nucatola, National Basketball Association
1979 Clarence Gaines, Winston-Salem State
1980 John Wooden, UCLA
1981 Frank McGuire, North Carolina/South Carolina
1982 Bruce Drake, Oklahoma
1983 Harry Litwack, Temple
1984 Curt Gowdy, Broadcaster
1985 Joel Eaves, Auburn/ Georgia
1986 Ray Meyer, DePaul
1987 Marv Harshman, Washington
1988 Ben Carnevale, Navy
1989 Pete Carlesimo, National Invitational Tournament
1990 Jack Gardner, Utah
1991 Dave Gavitt, Big East Conference
1992 Vic Bubas, Duke/Sun Belt Conference
1993 Joe Vancisin, Yale/NABC

Ozzie Cowles, Michigan
1994 Lou Carnesecca, St. John's
1995 C.M. Newton, Kentucky
1996 Joe O'Brien, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
1997 Tom Jernstedt, NCAA
1998 Dean Smith, North Carolina
1999 Bill Wall, NABC/USA Basketball
2000 John Thompson, Georgetown
2001 Don Haskins, UTEP
2002 Mike Tranghese, Big East Conference
2003 Jim Calhoun, Connecticut
2004 Gerald Myers, Texas Tech
2005 Norm Stewart, Missouri
2006 John J. "Jack" Powers, National Invitation Tournament
2007 Jim O'Connell, Associated Press
2008 Bob Knight, Army/Indiana/Texas Tech
2009 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke
2010 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse
2011 Ed Bilik, NCAA Basketball Secretary-Rules Editor
2012 Jim Nantz, CBS Sports
2013 Bobby Cremins, Appalachian State/Georgia Tech/College of Charleston