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Friday, July 17, 2009

Landers Signs Extension

From UGA Athletics...

Andy Landers, the first and still only full-time women's basketball head coach in the University of Georgia's history, has signed a three-year contract extension, Director of Athletics Damon Evans announced on Friday. The agreement adds to the two remaining years on Landers' existing contract and now extends through the 2013-14 campaign.

"I am pleased and excited to extend Andy’s contract," Evans said. "His commitment and dedication to the University of Georgia and to our women’s basketball program is outstanding. I am confident that he will continue to build on his already impressive resume."

"I appreciate the continued support of the Georgia administration and fans, and I look forward to continuing our quest to win a national championship," Landers said.

Landers was a 26-year-old with four years of junior college experience when he was tabbed at UGA's head coach on April 24, 1979. He quickly turned the Lady Bulldogs into a national power and has kept UGA among the country's elite programs throughout his tenure.

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