After one year of competition, Kansas State has given women’s soccer coach Mike Dibbini a two-year contract extension, interim athletics director Laird Veatch announced Thursday. Dibbini was hired in December, 2014 to start the program and in the first season of competition in the fall of 2016 K-State posted a 4-9-3 record while ranking No. 4 nationally in attendance with an average of 2,265 per match. The contract extension, which runs through the 2020-21 season, was initiated by former athletics director John Currie, who left K-State last month for Tennessee. Veatch has been acting AD until Gene Taylor, who was hired last week, begins his duties May 1. When hired from Cal Poly Pomona, Dibbini signed a five-year contract with a base salary of $92,500 with annual increases of $2,500. Details of the two-year extension were not announced. -Ken Corbitt, Topeka Capital-Journal, Read More
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