Graves has taken Gonzaga to six straight NCAA tournaments and three trips to the round of 16. He replaces Paul Westhead, whose contract was not renewed.
Oregon said Graves signed a seven-year contract. The 51-year-old coach was in the midst of a 10-year contract at Gonzaga.
Graves became Gonzaga’s coach in 2000. In all, his teams made seven NCAA tournament appearances. The Bulldogs advanced to the Elite Eight in 2011 and were a No. 6 seed this season, losing to James Madison in the tournament and finishing 29-5. Before going to Gonzaga, he coached St. Mary’s from 1997-2000.
The Bulldogs had an average home attendance of 5,426 this season, among the top 20 nationally.
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