The accolades continue to roll in for University of Kentucky men's basketball coach John Calipari.
On Tuesday, Calipari was named Adolph Rupp Coach of the Year by the Commonwealth Athletic Club of Kentucky.
He previously was named Naismith, Sporting News, Associated Press and National Association of Basketball Coaches' national coach of the year.
Calipari is the first two-time winner of the Rupp award, which he also claimed in 2010.
The winner was selected by the CAC of Kentucky's voting panel, which is made up of national media members as well as active and retired Division I coaches.
Calipari led UK to a 38-1 record this season.
The Wildcats reached their second straight Final Four and their fourth in the last five years.
On Monday, Calipari was announced as a 2015 inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. His enshrinement will take place in September.
Calipari will be presented the Rupp Coach of the Year award on a date to be determined in a ceremony that will take place on the UK campus.
The Commonwealth Athletic Club also named Willie Cauley-Stein a first-team All-American.