San Diego State University announced Wednesday that men’s basketball head coach Steve Fisher has signed a three-year contract extension that will tie him to the Aztecs program through the 2018 season.
Athletic Director Jim Sterk said he began negotiating with Fisher at the beginning of the school year. He credited Fisher, who won a national championship and appeared in three Final Fours at Michigan, with creating stability during his 16 years at SDSU.
“I think this program is reaching that greatness that coaches strive for and it’s one of the premier programs in the West,” Sterk said. “It’s a real blessing to lead an athletics program with someone like Steve Fisher as head coach.”
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