Tim Corbin has turned Vanderbilt into a national baseball power, and now the Commodores have rewarded him with a contract extension as the winningest coach in program history will continue to lead the program.

Candice Lee, vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs and athletic director, and the school announced the news on Tuesday. Terms of the extension were not released.

The 2022 season is Corbin’s 20th as head coach at Vanderbilt. During his tenure, Corbin has turned the Commodores into a national power, leading Vanderbilt to two national championships (2014 and 2019) in the past eight seasons.

Corbin has led Vanderbilt to 15 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances—tied for the longest streak in SEC history.

“I am as grateful today for this position as I was when we began in the summer of 2002,” Corbin said. “This university has been so supportive of our program through the years, and all we want to do is represent Vanderbilt to the best of our ability to show our appreciation. We are extremely thankful to both Candice Lee and Chancellor Daniel Diermeier for their support and friendship.”

Corbin’s overall record at Vanderbilt is 802-377-1 (.680), which is first in winning percentage for coaches with at least 100 games. Corbin is 908-515-1 (.638) throughout his career as a head coach.