Kansas State baseball coach Brad Hill agreed to a new contract, the school announced today.
The new deal runs through 2015 and calls for an average annual compensation of $235,000, which includes retention incentive of $125,000 should Hill remain at K-State through the life of the agreement. Hill could also earn up to an additional $172,500 in annual performance incentives.
Hill has spent seven years in Manhattan. He took over a program that hadn't recorded a winning conference record since 1990, but has led the Wildcats to consecutive appearances in the NCAA Tournament.