San Diego State has exercised a two-year contract option on coach Steve Fisher to keep him on board until 2012-13, according to a Mountain West Conference release.
The 11-year coach has led the Aztecs to four consecutive 20-win seasons, all of which included postseason play. In 2008-09, San Diego State won a school-record 26 games and made it all the way to the NIT’s semifinals before it succumbed to Baylor.
Fisher has a 173-140 overall record in 10 seasons at San Diego State.
“Steve Fisher’s success in men’s basketball at San Diego State is unprecedented in our history,” SDSU Director of Athletics Jeff Schemmel said. “We are elated to extend his stay as the Aztec head coach, and look forward to even greater days ahead.”