Kansas' 300 victories under Self in his first 10 seasons were more wins than any other NCAA Division I school in the previous 10 years.
In 2016, Self was named the Associated Press national Coach of the Year for the second time, also earning the honor in 2009.
Under Self, Kansas has 31 Academic All-Big 12 selections, including 23 first-team honorees.
Included are Academic All-Americans Cole Aldrich (2010) and Tyrel Reed (2011) with Aldrich being named the Academic All-American of the Year.
He was named just the eighth head coach in Kansas basketball history on April 21, 2003.
While at Kansas, Self has won one national championship, a KU-record 12-straight regular-season Big 12 Conference titles and seven league tournament championships.
In his first 700 games coached for his career, Self's 529 victories rank eighth most all-time in NCAA Division I history.
KU posted a 33-5 overall record that included the Maui Invitational title, a 13-game winning streak and a 17-game win streak.All five KU starters, Ellis, Selden, Mason, Devonte' Graham and Landen Lucas earned All-Big 12 honors. 1 and 3 overall NBA Draft selections from the previous season, Kansas reloaded accordingly in 2014-15 by winning the Orlando Classic and later it's 11th-straight, 15th Big 12 and NCAA-leading 58th all-time conference regular-season title.For the second-straight year, Kansas had the toughest schedule in NCAA Division I.Three Kansas players - Perry Ellis, Wayne Selden Jr.and Frank Mason III - each eclipsed the 1,000 career points mark, giving KU three 1,000-point scorers on the same roster for only the sixth time in school history.The 2016 AP honor was one of four Self was recognized for as he was also the national coach of the year by his peers (NABC), named Self its National Coach of the Year in 2000, 20.