Scott Drew
Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame
Pre-Induction Meet & Greet

Featuring Scott Drew
Baylor Men's Basketball Head Coach
Thursday, Oct. 28 | 3:30-5 p.m.

Join Chicago-area Baylor alumni as we welcome Scott Drew to our city and into the Chicagoland Hall of Fame! Enjoy a pre-induction meet and greet with our Baylor Men's Basketball Head Coach. Coach Drew will be receiving the Ray Meyer Award for his outstanding contribution to Men's Basketball. Don't miss the chance to congratulate Scott Drew and get your picture with the National Championship trophy!

Register to Join

A $10 donation is requested to attend this event. This includes hors d'oeuvres and refreshments. This does not include admittance to the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Your registration for a Baylor Alumni event supports the mission of Baylor University. We are grateful for your involvement, which allows us to continue to provide scholarships to Baylor students.

Event Location:
Marriott Marquis Chicago
Level 33 Event Space
2121 S Prairie Ave.
Chicago, IL 60616

Click here to purchase tickets for the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Wintrust Arena.

Scott DrewScott Drew
Baylor Men's Basketball Head Coach

The climb to build a National Championship team reached its completion in 2021, as Scott Drew led Baylor to and through a historic season.

Entering his 19th season in 2021-22, Scott Drew is tied as the Big 12’s longest-tenured head coach and has notched a school-record 370 victories in his first 18 years, including a 27-9 postseason record since 2009.

Over the past 14 seasons, Drew has led Baylor to nine NCAA Tournament appearances, five Sweet 16 berths, three trips to the Elite Eight, the 2021 National Championship, the program’s first No. 1 national ranking in 2017, a Big 12 Conference-record 23-game winning streak in 2019-20, a five-week streak at No. 1 in 2020, and an entire season ranked in the nation’s top-3 in 2021. Baylor is one of four programs to earn No. 1 national rankings in three of the last five seasons, joining Duke, Gonzaga and Kansas. 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 13 straight seasons with at least 18 wins and nine straight postseason appearances.

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