FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota State University athletic department announced a multi-year contract extension for Wrestling Coach Roger Kish. He accepted a three-year contract with a two-year rollover.
Kish led the Bison to the Western Wrestling Conference regular season title with 5-0 conference dual meet record in 2013. He claimed the league’s Coach of the Year award after directing NDSU to a 10-8 overall record with three wins over nationally ranked teams. Kish is entering his third season after leading NDSU to third-place and second-place finishes at the NCAA West Regional the past two years.
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“I am very pleased we could extend Roger’s contract,” said NDSU Athletic Director Gene Taylor. “After taking over the wrestling program from our most successful coach, Bucky Maughan, he has continued to build on that success and has a program that is proving to be one of the most watched wrestling programs in Division I. He is a tireless recruiter that has landed some outstanding talent and is creating a program that can have long-term success in our conference and nationally. Roger and his staff do a great job promoting our program and we are pleased that Roger will be a part of the NDSU Bison family for more years to come.”