I'm happy for Doneal, and I'm proud of our university for allowing him to returnGuard Doneal Mack to stay at Memphis Jul 11, 2008
I am just as happy and excited for Chris and the opportunity that is ahead of himMemphis star to enter NBA draft Apr 19, 2008
Until we get all the information, the only thing I can tell you is, it's going to be a firm handTwo Memphis players arrested at nightclub Sep 03, 2007
He played like Michael Jordan in practice all week and that's the way he played todayCOL BKB: Memphis 59, South Carolina 43 Mar 19, 2004
I would like to thank the administration .. for the great opportunity that has been extended to my familyContract extension for Calipari Jan 19, 2004
Sports Illustrated Coach of the Year (2009) A-10 Coach of the Year (1993, 1994, 1996) C-USA Coach of the Year (2006, 2008, 2009) John Phelan National Coach of the Year (2009)
John Calipari (born February 10, 1959) is an American basketball coach. Since April 2009, he has been the men's head coach at the University of Kentucky.
Calipari is the former head coach of the University of Memphis, the University of Massachusetts and the NBA's New Jersey Nets. He is one of only two coaches to direct three different colleges to a number one seed in the NCAA Tournament, and the only head coach to have a Final Four appearance vacated at more than one school, though Calipari himself was not personally indicted by the NCAA while coaching UMass or Memphis. Calipari has taken three different schools to the Final Four: UMass (1996), Memphis (2008) and Kentucky (2011). Trips with UMass and Memphis have since been vacated and do not count.