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Via public records requests, Stadium has acquired copies of contracts for more than 100 college basketball coaches from across the country for the 2019-20 season, and compiled a list of the total compensation and buyouts for those coaches.

Some coaches’ contracts are unavailable for private institutions or inaccessible due to state records laws, so this isn’t a complete list of every coach. We have also provided the contract information for a few notable coaches like Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski and Virginia’s Tony Bennett, whose contracts are either off limits from public records requests or for whom Stadium is still awaiting a response. Their contract details come from media reports and are noted below.

We’re in the process of adding the contract details for more coaches, so if you don’t see your coach on this list, check back again soon.

Coaches are listed in descending order of their total compensation for the 2019-20 season.


WAC Notables (at this time):

81. Billy Donlon – UMKC
Total Compensation: $350,000.04
Additional Compensation: Coach can retain 100% of net income from youth basketball camp
Notes: $350,000.04 in annual base salary
Max Bonus: $62,500 plus $2,500 for every win against a ranked opponent
Buyout if Fired Without Cause: 80% of remaining $2,100,000.24 (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Buyout if Coach Terminates Contract: 80% of remaining $2,100,000.24 (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Contract Term Ends: March 31, 2025

90. Lewis Hill – Texas-Rio Grande Valley
Total Compensation: $294,000
Additional Compensation: 100% of net proceeds from youth summer camp
Notes: $294,000 in base salary
Max Bonus: $54,000
Buyout if Fired Without Cause: 100% of remaining $1.47 million (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Buyout if Coach Terminates Contract: $100,000 through April 30, 2020; $50,000 if between May 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021
Contract Term Ends: April 30, 2024

T-98. Mark Madsen – Utah Valley
Total Compensation: $225,000
Additional Compensation: $25,000 for securing at least $150,000 in “buy” games
Notes: $225,000 in annual compensation; a $25,000 retention bonus can be earned next contract year if coach is still employed on June 30, 2020
Max Bonus: $690,500 plus $5,000 for every buy game win against an out-of-state opponent and $1,500 promotional dollars for coach’s use if named conference coach of the year as part of outfitter agreement
Buyout if Fired Without Cause: 100% of remaining $675,000 (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Buyout if Coach Terminates Contract: $500,000
Contract Term Ends: March 15, 2022
10-24-2019 03:27 PM
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Donlon signed a 6 year contract?
10-24-2019 09:54 PM
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(10-24-2019 09:54 PM)PojoaquePosse Wrote:  Donlon signed a 6 year contract?

Appears so.
10-24-2019 10:19 PM
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(10-24-2019 10:19 PM)gleadley Wrote:  
(10-24-2019 09:54 PM)PojoaquePosse Wrote:  Donlon signed a 6 year contract?

Appears so.

That’s the price you have to pay for a guy whose never been to the NCAA or NIT, or won a conference championship!!!
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350k is some decent cash for a school like KC
10-25-2019 05:33 PM
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I'd love to know how/why the 4 cents gets negotiated into Donlon's salary
10-28-2019 03:48 PM
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(10-28-2019 03:48 PM)TDenverFan Wrote:  I'd love to know how/why the 4 cents gets negotiated into Donlon's salary

$350000.04 divided by 12 is $29,166.67 per month.

Payroll made easy!
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Not to be out-done, Mid-Major Madness jumped in on the college coaches contract wave with their own Mid-Major Madness Coaching Contract Database. It looks like they may have gotten one or two additional contracts. The MMM list isn't as detailed as the one from Stadium, but still gives us the general idea. The only contracts missing at this point are from the private school coaches (i.e. CBU, Seattle U, & GCU).
(This post was last modified: 11-04-2019 10:45 AM by gleadley.)
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RE: College Basketball Coaching Salary and Buyout Database for 2019-20 Season
Via public records requests, Stadium has acquired copies of contracts for more than 100 college basketball coaches from across the country for the 2019-20 season, and compiled a list of the total compensation and buyouts for those coaches.

Some coaches’ contracts are unavailable for private institutions or inaccessible due to state records laws, so this isn’t a complete list of every coach. We have also provided the contract information for a few notable coaches like Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski and Virginia’s Tony Bennett, whose contracts are either off limits from public records requests or for whom Stadium is still awaiting a response. Their contract details come from media reports and are noted below.

We’re in the process of adding the contract details for more coaches, so if you don’t see your coach on this list, check back again soon.

Coaches are listed in descending order of their total compensation for the 2019-20 season.


WAC Notables (at this time):

81. Billy Donlon – UMKC
Total Compensation: $350,000.04
Additional Compensation: Coach can retain 100% of net income from youth basketball camp; $2,500 for beating a ranked team; $5,000 for winning 20 or more games; $2,000 for a non-NCAA or NIT postseason appearance
Notes: $350,000.04 in annual base salary
Max Bonus: $62,500
Buyout if Fired Without Cause: 80% of remaining $2,100,000.24 (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Buyout if Coach Terminates Contract: 80% of remaining $2,100,000.24 (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Contract Term Ends: March 31, 2025

90. Lewis Hill – Texas-Rio Grande Valley
Total Compensation: $294,000
Additional Compensation: 100% of net proceeds from youth summer camp; $2,500 for participating in CBI or CIT
Notes: $294,000 in base salary
Max Bonus: $54,000
Buyout if Fired Without Cause: 100% of remaining $1.47 million (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Buyout if Coach Terminates Contract: $100,000 through April 30, 2020; $50,000 if between May 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021
Contract Term Ends: April 30, 2024

R?. Chris Jans – New Mexico State
Total Compensation: $290,000
Additional Compensation: $139,000 retention bonus on Nov. 1, 2019. $5,000 for beating New Mexico or UTEP or a Power 5 school.
Contract Term Ends: April 30, 2022

R?. Rod Barnes – Cal State Bakersfield
Total Compensation: $244,765
Additional Compensation: $10,000 for a Top 250 RPI finish
Contract Term Ends: March 31, 2024

T-98. Mark Madsen – Utah Valley
Total Compensation: $225,000
Additional Compensation: $25,000 for securing at least $150,000 in “buy” games; $5,000 bonus if 3,000 students attend a game.
Notes: $225,000 in annual compensation; a $25,000 retention bonus can be earned next contract year if coach is still employed on June 30, 2020
Max Bonus: $690,500 plus $5,000 for every buy game win against an out-of-state opponent and $1,500 promotional dollars for coach’s use if named conference coach of the year as part of outfitter agreement
Buyout if Fired Without Cause: 100% of remaining $675,000 (includes 2019-20 compensation)
Buyout if Coach Terminates Contract: $500,000
Contract Term Ends: March 15, 2022

R?. Lance Irvin – Chicago State University
Total Compensation: $110,000
Additional Compensation: $1,500 for a winning record. $1,000 for a winning record in WAC play.
Contract Term Ends: July 31, 2023
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(11-04-2019 10:41 AM)gleadley Wrote:  R?. Chris Jans – New Mexico State
Total Compensation: $290,000
Additional Compensation: $139,000 retention bonus on Nov. 1, 2019. $5,000 for beating New Mexico or UTEP or a Power 5 school.
Contract Term Ends: April 30, 2022

Jans' contract info is outdated and incomplete. The November 1st retention bonus increased to $216k. And he has many more bonus opportunities beyond the one's that are listed.
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(11-04-2019 01:18 PM)PojoaquePosse Wrote:  
(11-04-2019 10:41 AM)gleadley Wrote:  R?. Chris Jans – New Mexico State
Total Compensation: $290,000
Additional Compensation: $139,000 retention bonus on Nov. 1, 2019. $5,000 for beating New Mexico or UTEP or a Power 5 school.
Contract Term Ends: April 30, 2022

Jans' contract info is outdated and incomplete. The November 1st retention bonus increased to $216k. And he has many more bonus opportunities beyond the one's that are listed.

I'm not totally shocked that Mid-Major Madness' information is incorrect/out-of-date, tbh.
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Interesting that Madsen only signed a 3 yr deal. That seems to be very uncommon in the college ranks. Respect to KC for paying to get their guy. You'd have to assume they're paying for Kareem's buyout as well. That seems pricey for only having 1,000 people a game.
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(11-11-2019 02:37 PM)MCanaday9 Wrote:  Interesting that Madsen only signed a 3 yr deal. That seems to be very uncommon in the college ranks. Respect to KC for paying to get their guy. You'd have to assume they're paying for Kareem's buyout as well. That seems pricey for only having 1,000 people a game.

I'm guess UMKC is hoping to make a big splash in the Summit upon its return. They are banking on Donlon to make that happen. As for Madsen, he is unproven. UVU doesn't want to commit too much time to his NCAA coaching baptism if he is not the right guy for the job.
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