Scott Drew is the current head coach of Baylor University's basketball team, entering his 18th season. He is tied as the Big 12’s longest-tenured head coach and has notched a school-record 342 victories in his first 17 years, including a 21-9 postseason record since 2009. Over the past 13 seasons, Drew has led Baylor to eight NCAA Tournament appearances, four Sweet 16 berths, two trips to the Elite Eight, the program’s first No. 1 national ranking in 2017, a Big 12 Conference-record 23-game winning streak in 2019-20 and a five-week streak at No. 1 in 2020 which was the longest by any team since Kentucky in 2015. Baylor has averaged 24 wins per season since the first year Drew led BU to the NCAA Tournament in 2008, becoming one of the nation’s most consistent programs with active streaks of 12 straight seasons with at least 18 wins and eight straight postseason appearances. Drew’s has coached nine players to All-America recognition in the last 13 seasons. His efforts have led to numerous coaching awards, including being named the 2017 Basketball Times National Coach of the Year, 2020 Big 12 Coach of the Year and 2020 NBC Sports National Coach of the Year.