WICHITA, Kan. -

Jody Adams will remain a Shocker for awhile. 

The Wichita State women's basketball coach signs a contract extension with the university through 2019. 

Adams enters her sixth season as head coach of the program. The past two seasons, Adams imprint has been stamped on the team. In 2013-14, her  Shockers won their second-straight Missouri Valley Conference regular-season and post-season titles. The team collected a school-record 26 wins while  earning a berth into the NCAA Tournament for the second-consecutive season.

Wichita State made its mark nationally when they earned their first-ever national ranking, entering the USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll on Feb. 11, 2014 at No. 24. WSU had the best start to the conference season in program history (12-0) and did not lose a game in December (6-0) or January (8-0).

Wichita State also showed its offensive prowess, scoring the most points as a team in Shocker history with 2,346 and led the MVC in scoring offense (71.1), scoring margin (13.8) and field goal percentage (.443). The Shockers continued to be a force on the defensive end, as well, leading the conference in scoring defense (57.3), steals (10.0) and turnover margin (6.45).