BERKELEY, Calif. -- Third-year California coach Cuonzo Martin has received a contract extension taking him through the 2020-21 season.
Martin's new deal was announced Tuesday, five days after women's coach Lindsay Gottlieb received a three-year extension from athletic director Mike Williams that also takes her through '21.
Cal is 41-26 under Martin, who guided the Golden Bears to the NCAA tournament last season for the first time since 2013 before their first-round loss to Hawaii. Cal went 23-11 and had its highest tournament seed in school history at No. 4.
In June, Martin signed his original contract. He had been working off a binding term sheet that was in place since he was hired in April 2014. Martin's average annual compensation is $1.64 million plus various bonuses.
Late last season, an administrative review into the athletic department's response to sexual harassment allegations against former basketball assistant Yann Hufnagel showed all department employees -- including Martin -- responded properly. Hufnagel left the program in March.