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Cahoon Granted Contract Extension

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UMass-Amherst head coach Don Cahoon signed a two-year contract extension with the school, taking him through the 2005-06 season.

“Coach Cahoon is establishing a solid foundation for a successful program, and we believe the program is on the right track and being built the right way,” UMass athletic director Bob Marcum said.

Cahoon’s team went 8-24-2 overall in 2001-02, while his first team posted an
8-22-4 mark. Cahoon spent nine seasons at Princeton, where he led the Tigers to their only ECAC tournament championship and NCAA tournament berth in 1998.


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