UD extends Miller’s contract to 2019

Archie Miller
Dayton coach Archie Miller calls out to his team as Devin Oliver (5) listens during the first half of a third-round game against Syracuse in the NCAA men's college basketball tournament in Buffalo, N.Y., Saturday, March 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – University of Dayton head men’s basketball coach Archie Miller’s contract has been extended through the 2018-19 basketball, UD Vice President and Director of Athletics Tim Wabler announced Monday.

“The University of Dayton is committed to a national-level basketball program, and this contract extension demonstrates our belief that Archie Miller is the right leader for our program,” Wabler said. “We are proud of the academic and competitive success he has led over the last three years, and the momentum of the program is on the path we expect.  We are extremely pleased to have Archie Miller has our head men’s basketball coach.”

In only his third season, Miller is taking the Flyers to their first trip to the Sweet 16 in 30 years after beating Ohio State and Syracuse to advance in the NCAA tournament.

Thursday’s game against Stanford will be Miller’s 100th collegiate coaching game.

Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.



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