WVU head baseball coach Randy Mazey has signed a new five-year contract with the university, nullifying the three-year deal he signed back in April.
Mazey’s base salary will remain $250,000 per year as was stipulated in the old contract. He will receive $95,000 of supplemental income in the first year and $110,000 every year after that.
In addition, Mazey will receive a $25,000 retention bonus on August 30 of every year.
This new contract will come with a plethora of incentives that could max out at an additional $375,000.
|500 season tickets sold||$2,000|
|750 season tickets sold||$3,000|
|1,000 season tickets sold||$4,000|
|NCAA APR above 930||$4,000|
|1,500 season tickets sold||$5,000|
|Big 12 tournament appearance||$5,000|
|Big 12 Coach of the Year||$25,000|
|NCAA Tournament appearance||$25,000|
|Top 25 finish in USA Today or AP Polls||$25,000|
|Big 12 regular season title||$30,000|
|Big 12 Tournament title||$30,000|
|NCAA Super Regional appearance||$50,000|
|Top 10 finish in USA Today or AP Polls||$50,000|
|National Coach of the Year||$50,000|
|College World Series appearance||$75,000|
This new deal comes on the heels of WVU’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1996.
Since becoming the head coach of the Mountaineers in 2012, Randy Mazey has led WVU to a 160-127 record.