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UTEP's Bob Stull gets raise; details of Sean Kugler's contract released

By Leonard Martinez
Published On: Feb 12 2013 12:33:01 PM CST
Updated On: Feb 12 2013 07:09:39 PM CST

EL PASO, Texas -

UTEP Director of Athletics Bob Stull is set to receive a 2.4 percent pay raise.

The UT System’s executive vice chancellor for Academic Affairs has recommended Stull’s contract be approved by the UT System Board of Regents at its meeting this week.

Stull is to be paid $233,060 per fiscal year from Sept. 1, 2012 through Aug. 31, 2015.

Incentives in the contract include:

  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the football team participates in any NCAA sanctioned post-season play (bowl appearance)
  • Two months base annual salary in any contract year in which the football team participates in any BCS Bowl appearance
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the Men’s Basketball team participates in the NCAA Basketball (Men’s) tournament
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the Women’s Basketball team participates in the NCAA Basketball (Women’s) Tournament
  • $5,000 in any contract year in which the Men’s Basketball team participates in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) Basketball (Men’s) Tournament
  • $2,000 per game in any contract year in which the Women’s Basketball team participates in the NIT Basketball (Women’s) Tournament
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which any of the University varsity sports teams participate in the National Championship
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the University receives an All Sports Multi-Year APR Published (MAAC Report) Score of 930
  • In any contract year, if the University All Sports Multi-Year APR Published (MAAC Report) Score of 930 is not achieved, then
  • -If an All Men’s Sports Multi-Year APR Published (MAAC Report) Score of 930 is achieved - $2,500, or
  • -If an All Women’s Sports Multi-Year APR Published (MAAC Report) Score of 930 is achieved - $2,500

Stull was UTEP's head football coach from 1986-'88 and took over as the school's Director of Athletics in 1998.

The UT System’s executive vice chancellor for Academic Affairs also has recommended the Board of Regents approve Sean Kugler’s contract with UTEP.

Kugler has a base annual salary of $280,000 from Jan. 1, 2013 through Aug. 31, 2013, prorated.

Incentives in the contract include:

  • One month base annual salary for each additional football game won after the sixth win in any single season in any contract year
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the football team is the C-USA Western Division Champion
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the football team wins the C-USA Championship
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the Football team participates in any NCAA sanctioned Post-Season Play (Bowl Appearance)
  • Two months base annual salary in any contract year in which the football team participates in any major bowl appearance (BCS) $1.5 million plus pay-out
  • $100,000 in any contract year in which the football team wins the NCAA Championship
  • One month base annual salary in any contract year in which the football team finishes in the Top 25 of a nationally recognized Final Season Poll
  • One month base salary in any contract year in which the coach is named the C-USA Coach of the Year
  • Two months base salary in any contract year in which the coach is recognized as the National Coach of the Year by a nationally recognized poll/association
  • One month base salary in any contract year in which the team achieves an annual academic progress report published (MAAC Report) score of 930 or above

UTEP hired Kugler in early December. He succeeds Mike Price, who announced his retirement just before the 2012 season ended.

Price had a base salary of $267,800 a year.

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