Awards & Winners

Jim Calhoun

Date of Birth 10-May-1942
Place of Birth Braintree
(Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States of America)
Nationality United States of America
Profession Basketball player, Basketball Coach, Coach
James A. Calhoun is the former head coach of the University of Connecticut's men's basketball team. He announced his retirement on September 13, 2012. His teams have won three national championships, played in four Final Fours, won the 1988 NIT championship, and have won seven Big East tournament championships. In 2005 he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. On Feb 25, 2009, Jim Calhoun won his 800th game when Connecticut beat Marquette, 93–82. On April 4, 2011, Calhoun won his third NCAA Men's Championship as the Connecticut Huskies defeated the Butler Bulldogs 53–41. The victory over Butler made Calhoun, at 68, the oldest coach to win an NCAA Division I men's basketball title. Calhoun is one of only five coaches in NCAA Division 1 history to win three or more championships and is widely considered one of the greatest coaches of all time.

Awards by Jim Calhoun

Check all the awards nominated and won by Jim Calhoun.


Nominations 2011 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Best Coach/Manager ESPY Award


Nominations 2000 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Best Coach/Manager ESPY Award