One of the most iconic coaches in college basketball history is officially hanging it up.

Basketball Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun, who transformed UConn into a perennial power, is retiring at the age of 79 after his most recent stint at Division III Saint Joseph, according to the AP:

Calhoun guided the Huskies to three national titles in 1999, 2004, and 2011. The coach amassed a 920-397 record and coached 14 years at Northeastern then 26 at UConn.

Saint Joseph captured a conference title and a spot in the 2020 NCAA Division III Tournament during Calhoun’s time with the program.

Calhoun, who dealt with health issues in 2012, explained why retirement makes sense:

“It’s just the right time,” Calhoun said in a statement via the AP. “I’m healthy, my wife is healthy, and the USJ men’s basketball program is healthy. We built this program starting from scratch about five years ago, and now the team is in a good place.”