The Kentucky basketball family is mourning the passing of legendary Wildcats coach Joe B. Hall. UK announced Hall’s passing Saturday morning.

Hall, who played for Kentucky in 1948-49, returned to UK in 1965 as an assistant coach under Adolph Rupp. Hall became the head coach in 1972, a position he would hold until 1985. Under Hall, the Wildcats reached the Final Four 3 times (1975, ’78, ’84), winning it all in 1978. Hall picked up National Coach of the Year honors the year of his team’s national title. Kentucky won 8 regular-season SEC titles under Hall and he was 4-time SEC Coach of the Year, posting a 373-156 record. Hall was inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2012.

Kentucky’s Twitter account shared a video tribute. John Calipari also paid tribute to the legendary coach he called a mentor.

Hall was 93.