Providence College men’s basketball coach Ed Cooley will receive an extension

Providence College men’s basketball coach Ed Cooley will receive an extension

OFFER – Ed Cooley has agreed to a multi-year contract extension for the future of the Providence College men’s basketball program.

The city’s native and wrecker made a formal announcement on Tuesday. Discussions have been going on for six months, and have finally come to a conclusion.

Details of the deal were not disclosed, but Providence athletic director Steve Napolilo confirmed that Cooley will receive more work time, a salary increase and a larger compensation pool for his staff. The Friars will also continue to make improvements to their own facility, their downtown home, the newly christened Amica Insurance Pavilion, and to their program in terms of NCAA-sanctioned name, image and logo opportunities for players.

Ed Cooley, seen at the Providence event earlier this year, has agreed to a contract extension as the men's basketball coach at Providence College after leading the Friars to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament.

“Not many coaches get to live the dream of coaching in their hometown, and I feel blessed every day to have this opportunity,” Cooley said in a statement. “I’ve been fortunate enough to work for great managers and coach some of the best players in the country.”

Coach Ed Cooley’s accomplishments at Providence College

Providence is coming off a banner 2021-22 season. The Friars won the first regular season Big East championship in program history and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 25 years. Cooley was named both the Big East Coach of the Year and Naismith the National Coach of the Year, the first man from Providence to claim both honors.


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