BOISE -- The Idaho Stampede announced Thursday they have agreed to terms of a new one year contract with head coach Randy Livingston.
Livingston went 24-26 in his first season as head coach of the 'Pede, but after a slow start won 22 of the final 35 games.
The team did not disclose financial details per team policy.
In a statement from the team Livingston made it clear how happy he is to remain in the Treasure Valley with the Stampede.
“I’m thrilled to re-sign with the Idaho Stampede,” Livingston said. “The Treasure Valley is a second home to me and I’m ready to get the season rolling after missing the playoffs last year. This is a first class organization and I expect us to be playing in the postseason next year.”
Randy is the franchises eighth ever coach and the fifth to be with the team for more than one season.