THE FLATS -- Georgia Tech men's basketball coach Brian Gregory has received a one-year extension to his contract, director of athletics Mike Bobinski announced Tuesday.
The additional year extends the original six-year contract for Gregory, who reached the 200-victory plateau for his career Friday night against Presbyterian, through the 2017-18 season. Gregory also will receive an increase in his base salary and additional basketball and academic performance incentives.
"With this extension we recognize Brian's leadership and progress in re-building the Tech basketball program over the past two years," said Bobinski. "Under his direction, we have greatly improved the team's academic standing and have seen positive growth on the court."