The Connecticut Sun have extended the contract of head coach and general manager Curt Miller for four years through the 2024 WNBA season.
Per team policy, no details were released.
Miller began coaching the Sun in 2016 and has compiled a regular-season record of 89-69 and a postseason record of 9-8 in five seasons. Since 2017, Miller's 75 regular-season wins trail only Minnesota's Cheryl Reeve (77). Connecticut was the league runner-up in 2019 and lost in the semifinals in 2020.
"I'm incredibly proud of the culture and sustained success we have established," Miller said in a statement. "So much of that has to do with the players we have had and continue to have here; and their excellence both on and off the court.
"Together, and along with my outstanding staff, I look forward to continuing to work to do all we can to bring a WNBA championship here to Connecticut."
Miller was a collegiate head coach at Bowling Green and Indiana before coming to the WNBA as an assistant in 2012.
His extension comes when the WNBA is in the midst of its free-agency period, which started Jan. 1. Qualifying offers can be extended through Thursday. Then, from Friday through Jan. 30 is the free-agency negotiation period. Teams can begin signing free agents on Feb. 1.