Rutgers assistant basketball coach Brandin Knight has reportedly agreed to a contract extension that will keep him with the program through the 2023-24 season. The Knight Report reported the news on Tuesday.

Per the report, Knight’s deal is for a two years and will pay him $600,000 for this season and $625,000 for the following year. He had previously earned $405,000.

Knight, a New Jersey native, has been on the Rutgers staff since 2016, when Steve Pikiell was hired as head coach. He began his coaching career in 2008 at Pitt, his alma mater. He was there through the 2015-16 season before accepting a job with the Scarlet Knights.

Pikiell has guided Rutgers to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament. In his six years with the program, the Scarlet Knights have compiled a 98-91 record.

Last season, Rutgers was 18-14 overall with a 12-8 mark in B1G play. The Scarlet Knights finished the year fourth in the B1G standings.