Minnesota-Duluth has given coach Scott Sandelin a four-year extension to his contract, which now runs through the 2020-21 season.
Sandelin is due to make $285,000 in base salary next season, according to the Duluth News Tribune, with the pay elevating to $350,000 by 2020-21.
Sandelin and the Bulldogs went on a late-season run to qualify for the NCAA tournament as an at-large team, and made it to the Northeast Regional final after beating top seed Providence in the first round.
Minnesota-Duluth has been to the NCAA tournament six times in 16 seasons under Sandelin, including a Frozen Four trip in 2004 and the school’s first national title in 2011.
Sandelin was set to enter the final year of his contract next season.