LSU head coach Paul Mainieri was named SEC Coach of the Year on Monday. Per

Mainieri was named the SEC Coach of the Year for the second time in his career after leading LSU to their league-best SEC regular-season championship. It was the third title during Mainieri's nine-season tenure. LSU also won the SEC Western Division title for the 18th time in school history and for the fifth time under Mainieri. The Tigers finished the regular season with 46 wins, the third-highest regular-season total in school history.
The last time the Maineri won the coach of the year award was 2009 when LSU won the National Championship.
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