BOZEMAN -- Brad Huse is expected to remain as men’s basketball coach at Montana State.

According to a report published in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, MSU athletic director Peter Fields is in the process of negotiating a contract extension for Huse.

The 2012-13 season was the final year of a three-year contract Huse signed in 2010. Huse reportedly made $113,824 this past season, his seventh year at MSU.

Huse and the Bobcats went 13-17 this year, and 10-10 in the Big Sky Conference. Montana State earned the No. 4 seed to the Big Sky Conference postseason tournament, where it lost out in the first round with a 69-56 defeat to Northern Colorado.

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In seven seasons with the Bobcats, Huse is 93-117 overall, a winning percentage of .443. He is 55-61 in league games (.474).

MSU has qualified for the conference tournament in each of Huse’s seven seasons, and made a run to the league championship game in 2009. But since then the Bobcats are 53-66 overall, 34-35 in Big Sky games and 0-4 in the conference tourney.

Montana State hasn’t made the NCAA tournament since 1996.

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