Arizona State provides coach Hurley 2-year extension
Arizona State males’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley has actually gotten a two-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season, the school revealed Tuesday.Hurley had just one year left on his present offer. The 2 sides participated in contract conversations for most of this previous season, sources told ESPN, and while Hurley was linked to numerous jobs throughout the existing coaching carousel, sources stated he was just involved with the Georgia Tech opening.
“Coach Hurley has actually made our program appropriate nationally with lots of considerable wins and an exciting style, in addition to a company commitment to the scholastic success of our student-athletes,” ASU athletic director Ray Anderson said in a statement. “He has made it clear to us that he wants to be here and we have done also with him. We share a strong self-confidence in today and future state of Sun Devil Guys’s Basketball.”
Arizona State went to the NCAA tournament in 2023, beating Nevada, 98-73, in the First 4 prior to losing to TCU on a last-second shot in the Round of 64. The Sun Devils ended up 23-13 overall, 11-9 in the Pac-12.
“It’s an honor to continue my journey as the head basketball coach at Arizona State University,” Hurley said. “I wish to thank Dr. Crow [ASU president] and Ray Anderson for their dedication to our program and rely on my management. I’m eagerly anticipating constructing off our success this season and taking the program to greater heights in the future.”
Hurley has actually coached Arizona State for eight seasons, going to the NCAA competition three times and winning a minimum of 20 games on four celebrations. His total record with the Sun Devils is 141-113.
Prior to taking control of at Arizona State in 2015, he was the head coach at Buffalo for 2 seasons, going to the NCAA competition in 2015.
As a player, Hurley won two national championships at Duke and remains the NCAA’s all-time assists leader.