Chris Collins and Northwestern have reportedly agreed to a lengthy contract extension on Monday morning.
According to Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune, Collins, 43, and the university have come to terms on a deal that will run through the 2024-25 season.
The news shouldn’t come as a surprise. Collins, in his fourth year in Evanston, took Northwestern to the first NCAA Tournament in school history. The Wildcats defeated Vanderbilt in the first round and had eventual national finalist Gonzaga on the ropes in the second round before a controversial call swung all the momentum they had.
In four seasons, Collins has a 73-60 (30-42 Big Ten) record, with back-to-back 20-win seasons.
Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald is also reportedly in line for an extension, according to the Tribune.