Steve Prohm, Iowa State Agree to Contract Extension Through 2022

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistMarch 24, 2017

AMES, IA - FEBRUARY 11: Head coach Steve Prohm of the Iowa State Cyclones coaches from the bench in the second half of play against the Oklahoma Sooners at Hilton Coliseum on February 11, 2017 in Ames, Iowa. The Iowa State Cyclones won 80-64 over the Oklahoma Sooners. (Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images)
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The Iowa State Cyclones and head men's basketball coach Steve Prohm agreed to a contract extension through 2022 on Friday. 

Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard made the news official with the following tweet:

According to Luke Manderfeld of Iowa State Daily, Prohm also received a raise of $2 million per year.

Prohm led the Cyclones to a 24-11 record in 2016-17, which included a Big 12 tournament title and a spot in the second round of the NCAA tournament before falling to Purdue.

Prohm took over as the Cyclones head coach at the start of the 2015-16 season following the departure of Fred Hoiberg to the NBA's Chicago Bulls.

Hoiberg had led Iowa State to four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, and Prohm has kept that streak alive with two NCAA tourney berths in his two years at the helm.

The Cyclones are 47-23 under Prohm, including a 3-2 mark in the NCAA tournament.

Prohm previously spent four seasons as Murray State's head coach, during which time he went 104-29, won a CIT championship and led the Racers to the second round of the 2012 NCAA tournament.

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