AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State and coach Steve Prohm have agreed to a three-year contract extension through the 2024-25 season.
The Cyclones announced the deal on Tuesday, ending speculation that Prohm might leave to take over at Alabama, his alma mater. The Crimson Tide and Avery Johnson recently agreed to part ways after four seasons.
Prohm has taken Iowa State to three NCAA Tournaments in four seasons since taking over for Fred Hoiberg. The Cyclones finished 23-12 this season, winning the Big 12 tournament for the second time under Prohm before being knocked out of the NCAAs by Ohio State on Friday.
Prohm is 83-53 at Iowa State, and he’s won at least 20 games in seven of his eight seasons as a head coach. Prohm’s overall winning percentage, which includes his time at Murray State, is .695.