Hokies rework, extend deal with Greenberg
Virginia Tech says it has agreed to terms with men's basketball coach Seth Greenberg on the remaining four years of his contract and extended it two years.
Greenberg's contract required that he and the school discuss a possible extension after this season. The deal means Greenberg will be under contract with the Hokies for six more years. Terms will be announced when the paperwork is finalized within two weeks.
The Hokies have a 132-94 record in Greenberg's seven seasons in Blacksburg. They tied the school record for most victories in a season this year, going 25-9. Their season ended Wednesday night with a 79-72 loss to Rhode Island in the NIT quarterfinals.
Virginia Tech has played in postseason tournaments five times under Greenberg.