Assistant men’s basketball coaches receive contract extensions


Iowa State assistant coach Daniyal Robinson speaks with head coach Steve Prohm at the second round of the NCAA Tournament on March 19, 2016.

Aaron Marner

All three of Iowa State’s men’s basketball assistant coaches received one-year extensions and $20,000 raises, according to a report from Travis Hines of the Ames Tribune.

The new deals will keep the assistant coaches on staff through June 2018. All assistant coaches have been on one-year contracts throughout head coach Steve Prohm’s time at Iowa State.

William Small and Daniyal Robinson will both make $265,000 next year, up from the $245,000 they made this year.

Neill Berry, who made $200,000 on his previous contract, will make $220,000 on his new deal.

Additionally, special assistant to the head coach David Hobbs received a $10,000 raise and will make $150,000. Director of basketball operations Micah Byars, who has been with Iowa State since 2011, received a $10,000 raise and will make $145,000.