Dana Altman agrees to extension with Oregon Ducks through 2026-27

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Dana Altman agrees to extension with Oregon Ducks through 2026-27 originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

The Oregon Ducks men's basketball program has locked up head coach Dana Altman for the long term.

Altman and Oregon have agreed to a contract extension through the 2026-27 season per CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.

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Since taking over the program to begin the 2010-11 season, Altman has coached the Ducks to a 280-110 record (.718) in addition to winning the Pac-12 regular-season four times, the Pac-12 Tournament three times, seven NCAA Tournament appearances, five Sweet Sixteens, two Elite Eights and one Final Four. Additionally, the Ducks have won at least a game at every NCAA Tournament under Dana Altman during all seven appearances.

While coaching Oregon, Altman has won Pac-12 Coach of the Year three times (2012-13, 2014-15, 2015-16).

From 2014 until the beginning of the 2016-17 season, Altman coached the Oregon Ducks to a perfect record at Matthew Knight arena including back-to-back perfect seasons at home. 

Heading into 2021-22, Altman is the winningest head coach in Oregon history and was the 34th Division I coach to reach 600 career victories, with a career 690-353 record over 32 seasons.