UCLA and Pac-12 all-time wins leader Terry Donahue died on Sunday after a two-year battle with cancer. He was 77 years old.
UCLA announced that Donahue died in his Newport Beach, California home surrounded by family.
Donahue coached UCLA from 1976-95, leading the program to a 151-74-8 record while winning Coach of the Year honors in the conference twice. The Bruins won five conference championships and finished second in the conference 12 times during his tenure. UCLA's 98 conference wins under Donahue remain a Pac-12 coaching record.