CLEMSON – Clemson baseball coach Jack Leggett officially has a new contract that includes a two-year extension.

Clemson released details of the new agreement Friday, a contract that will keep Leggett at Clemson through the 2016 season. Leggett will receive $400,000 in total compensation.

The Clemson baseball team has advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals in two of the last three years, but those accomplishments have been overshadowed by rival South Carolina’s back-to-back national titles. Clemson was eliminated by Connecticut in the Clemson Regional in June.

In 18 years at Clemson, Leggett owns an 817-376-1 record and has led Clemson to 17 NCAA appearances and to the College World Series six times.

The Post and Courier reported last month that Leggett and Clemson had agreed in principal to a new contract.