Oklahoma State promoted assistant Mike Boynton to head coach less than a week after Brad Underwood left for Illinois.
Oklahoma State announced the decision in a news release on Friday.
Boynton, 35, helped engineer Oklahoma State's run to the NCAA Tournament this season. He was an assistant for Underwood for three years at Stephen F. Austin and helped the Lumberjacks win 89 games.
"At the end of the day, we view coaching from the same perspective," athletic director Mike Holder said in a statement. "All of the qualities that I value resonate in him. He said one thing that really stuck with me, that coaching is about leadership and family, and I agree...