After helping the Kansas State basketball team win 29 games last year and reach the Elite Eight, associate head coach Dalonte Hill was able to rework his contract.
On Aug. 10, K-State athletic director John Currie agreed to extend Hill’s contract through 2015 and increase his annual salary to $423,750 and make him eligible for significant bonuses.
Hill was already believed to be the highest paid assistant coach in all of college basketball. His new contract, first-obtained by the Eagle and Star this week through an Open Records Request, will only reinforce that opinion.
Depending on how well the K-State basketball team performs in a given year, Hill could receive as much as an $80,000 bonus. Read More