“I love it at Vanderbilt – Ramirra and I love living in Nashville and competing in the SEC,” Stackhouse added after the October extension. “It has become our home. This program has a unique and storied history and includes countless legends such as Perry Wallace, who was a pioneering player and force in the SEC. It is truly a special place to be a part of, and we look forward to building on that legacy.”

The fourth year head-coach guided his team to 22 wins in the 2022-23, the most wins Vanderbilt has had in a single season since 2012. Stackhouse’s success led to him being named SEC Co-Coach of the Year on March 6.