Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - The University of Illinois at Chicago has given
head men's basketball coach Howard Moore a three-year contract extension
through the 2017-18 season.
Moore led the Flames to an 18-16 record this season. the most for the program
since the 2007-08 campaign. UIC advanced to the postseason for the first time
since 2004, and defeated Chicago State in the first-round of the
CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT), tallying the program's first-ever
postseason win. The Flames then lost to Northern Iowa to conclude Moore's
third season at the school.
"As a staff, we are very proud of the things we accomplished last season - we
had great senior leadership, and our young guys really bought into the vision
of our program," Moore said. "But we're not satisfied. Our goals are to
compete for championships year-in and year-out. Everything is about our
approach - in recruiting, in practice, in the classroom and in competition.
We're very excited about this offseason, and are looking forward to our
continual climb to the top of the Horizon League."
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