Green Bay and head women’s basketball coach Kevin Borseth have agreed to a contract extension through the 2020-21 season on Friday.
Borseth, who recently led the Phoenix to its 18th-consecutive Horizon League title and 16th NCAA Tournament appearance, will be entering his 14th season overall at Green Bay and owns a winning percentage of .792 with the Phoenix.
Last season, Borseth led Green Bay to a 28-5 overall record, paired with a 16-2 mark in conference action and secured the program’s 17th-straight 20-plus win season. The team also notched its 39th-straight winning season, which stands as the second longest active streak in the nation.
Borseth owns a career coaching record of 635-255 and surpassed 400 Division 1 wins last season. He has coached a total of 29 years, including 13 years for Green Bay where he has amassed an impressive record of 323-85. He has garnered Horizon League Coach of the Year honors in eight of his 13 seasons at Green Bay and will look to lead a roster of all Wisconsin student-athletes to the program’s 19th-straight Horizon League title.
The Phoenix will official tipoff the 2016-17 season on Friday, Nov. 11 against Elon at the Kress Center in the Preseason WNIT.