Junior guard Allen Crabbe was named Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year on Monday, the third Cal player in four seasons to collect the award.
Oregon's Dana Altman was voted coach of the year and UCLA's Shabazz Muhammad and Arizona State's Jahii Carson shared freshman of the year honors.
Stanford's Dwight Powell was named most improved player and Colorado's Andre Roberson was voted best defender.
The awards are based on a vote of the league's 12 coaches.
"To win an award like this, it's a wonderful feeling, a blessing," Crabbe said. "The offseason really is a time for you to improve your game and I wanted to become more of a complete basketball player, somebody who can impact the game on both ends.
"At the beginning of the season you're not thinking about awards, just what you can do to help your team. With team success comes individual success."
Crabbe, who averages a conference-best 18.6 points, is the seventh Cal player dating back to Jason Kidd in 1994 to earn the honor.
"I am really happy for Allen," Cal coach Mike Montgomery said. "He is been a mainstay in our program and has improved each year. Allen has been a guy that has been under constant pressure to carry the load offensively and has done a very good job for us. This is a reward for a lot of hard work and I think well-justified."
Other Cal players to win the award were Shareef Abdur-Rahim (1996), Ed Gray (1997), Sean Lampley (2001), Jerome
Crabbe and Powell earned first-team all-conference honors. It was the second selection for Crabbe. Cal's Justin Cobbs was chosen to the second team.
The remainder of the 10-man first unit: Carson, Colorado's Spencer Dinwiddie, UCLA's Larry Drew II, Arizona's Solomon Hill and Mark Lyons and Oregon's E.J. Singler.
Joining Cobbs on the second team: UCLA's Kyle Anderson, Arizona State's Carrick Felix, Washington State's Brock Motum and Washington's C.J. Wilcox.
Stanford junior Josh Huestis was selected to the five-man all-defensive team,