CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -Bobby Cremins is sticking around at the College of Charleston.
The school said on Friday that Cremins signed a two-year contract extension that keeps him with the Cougars through the 2013-14 season.
Cremins brought Charleston within a game of making the NCAA tournament in two of his first three seasons. Charleston lost in the finals of the Southern Conference tournament to Davidson in 2007 and Chattanooga last March.
Cremins is 65-37 with the Cougars. That includes a 27-9 mark last season that featured two victories over Davidson and a win over the coach's alma mater, South Carolina.
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