Texas Tech Signed Head Basketball Coach to Extension Following Great Season


LUBBOCK, TX- Texas Tech has signed Head Basketball Coach Mark Adams to a contract extension.

In his first season leading the Texas Tech Men’s Basketball program for the school, Adams took the team to the Sweet 16 in the March Madness Tournament and to a 27-10 overall record. Today, Adams was rewarded for his work with a contract extension through 2026-2027.

Texas Tech went undefeated (18-0) at home and made the finals in the Big 12 Tournament for the 2nd time ever. 27 wins is also the most wins by a first year head coach at Texas Tech.

Adams said, “I’m very humbled and grateful to President Lawrence Schovanec and Athletics Director Kirby Hocutt for their continued support of myself and our program. I’m proud of the season we had last year and look forward to reaching higher levels of success as we continue to build this program.”

Mark Adams took over as the head coach after Chris Beard left the program for the in-state rival Texas Longhorns.

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