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MEMPHIS, Tenn. – After guiding the University of Memphis baseball program to its fourth 30-win season since 1995, head coach Daron Schoenrock was awarded a two-year contract extension, keeping him at the helm of the program through the 2012-13 season.
“We have recommended that Coach Schoenrock’s contract as head baseball coach at the University of Memphis be extended for two years,” athletics director R.C. Johnson said. “The squad was very competitive this season with several notable victories, and with the completion of FedExPark we see no reason why improvement in Tiger baseball should not continue for many years.” Continue reading Memphis Head Coach Daron Schoenrock Awarded Two-Year Contract Extension
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FAYETTEVILLE – The University of Arkansas and Dave Van Horn have agreed on a new contract that will increase the total compensation package of the Razorbacks’ head baseball coach while retaining the rolling five-year term of the previous employment agreement, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long announced on Friday. Continue reading Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn extended through 2020 Season
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San Marcos, Texas- – Texas State athletic director Larry Teis announced that the contract for head baseball coach Ty Harrington has been extended for three more seasons.
"Ty has proven he is committed to winning both on and off the field," Teis said. "In today’s environment, the NCAA has made academic achievement a top priority, and Ty has bought into this philosophy. He is a great ambassador for Texas State."
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Matt James of the Fresno Bee updates the contract negotiation extension talks between head coach Mike Batesole and Fresno State. The head coach of the national champion Fresno State Bulldogs out of the WAC currently makes $125,000 per year in base salary and isn’t even the highest paid coach in his own league.
An interesting note from the article is that the head coach of the national runner-up Georgia Bulldogs received a $150,000 raise when he headed back to Athens after the College World Series.
More on the negotiation talks at the Fresno Bee.