Courtney Kupets Carter receives contract extension as head coach of Georgia GymDogs 

By Patricia Duffy | July 22, 2022
Courtney Kupets Carter
Courtney Kupets Carter (© Rebecca Wright/Red & Black)

In five seasons as the head coach of her alma mater, Courtney Kupets Carter has led the University of Georgia GymDogs to a 24-32 overall record. Despite not yet replicating the success of her time as a Bulldog from 2006-2009, Kupets Carter will seemingly have three more seasons in Athens to make a statement.

On Thursday, the Athens Banner-Herald reported Kupets Carter and Georgia agreed to terms after her contract expired following the 2022 season.

The Olympian’s new deal is for the next three years (2023-2025 seasons) for $200,000 annually, the same salary she earned in 2022.

Georgia athletic department might be encouraged by its 2023 roster, which was recently finalized and named No. 4 in the country by College Gym News.

Georgia GymDogs under Courtney Kupets Carter

202230th4-10Regionals: Eliminated in second round
202118th3-5Regionals: Eliminated after finishing third
202012th3-4Post-season cancelled due to COVID
20198th10-4Semifinals: Eliminated after finishing last in first semifinal
20187th4-9Semifinals: Eliminated after finishing 4th of six in first semifinal