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 FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) -Cal State Fullerton coach Bob Burton, who led the Titans to a Big West Conference title and their first trip to the NCAA tournament in 30 years, signed a five-year contract extension Monday.
Burton, the winningest coach in school history, is 92-60 in five seasons with the Titans.
``I think Bob's record speaks for itself and we are delighted we are able to keep him at Fullerton,'' athletic director Brian Quinn said. ``Not only have we enjoyed four consecutive winning seasons, but seven of his players are graduating in 2008.''
The Titans went a school Division I-record 24-9 last season and earned a share of the Big West regular season title.
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