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cpa chinois definition,chicago,cpan article Chicago Bulls assistant coach Chad Ford (Getty Images) Chicago Bulls assistant coaching Chad Ford has been named the first coach in the program’s history to win a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) College Basketball Coach of the Year Award.
Ford is the only head coach in NCAA history to have two consecutive seasons of 20-plus wins and one NCAA tournament berth.
The Bulls have not won a title since 1997.
Ford won his second NCAA Tournament berth as a head coach with a 58-58 victory over Kansas in the Elite Eight in May.
He led the team to the national championship game for the second straight season in his fourth season.
Ford earned his first coaching job at the collegiate level in 2011-12 when he was named the head coach at Western Illinois.
He had a 10-20 record and a 3-7 mark as the program finished 11-22.
In 2018-19, Ford was named to the Horizon League All-Star team, leading the Spartans to a 59-58 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
He was the lone coach to be selected to the All-Western Athletic Conference Second Team.
Ford, 55, was named an All-America as a high school senior in 2009-10 and earned All-District First Team honors as a senior at Washington, D.C.
Ford led Washington to the 2009 NCAA Tournament title game for only the second time.
He also helped the Huskies reach the national semifinals in 2009, 2010 and 2011.