PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Temple basketball coach Fran Dunphy on Wednesday signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the school through the 2013-14 season.
Dunphy led the Owls to a 21-13 record and an Atlantic 10 championship last season, giving Temple its first NCAA tournament berth in seven years. Dunphy has a 33-31 record in the two seasons since he replaced Hall of Famer John Chaney.
Dunphy joined Temple after 17 seasons at Penn, where he won 10 Ivy League titles and took the Quakers to nine NCAA tournaments.
Dunphy has a career record of 343-194 in 19 seasons.

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