Chad Holbrook, who resigned as South Carolina baseball coach on Tuesday, had two years remaining on his contract that ran though 2019.
His salary was $400,000 in guaranteed annual pay.
The financial details of Holbrook’s departure were not immediately known Wednesday morning.
He had received a two-year extension on his contract in 2014 that extended his deal to five seasons through the 2019 campaign.
He had been eligible for up to $170,000 in incentives, which included winning the SEC regular-season title ($15,000), reaching the College World Series ($10,000), and claiming a national championship ($50,000).
Holbrook, a former North Carolina player and assistant and then an and assistant coach under Ray Tanner at USC for four seasons before his promotion in 2012, guided the Gamecocks for five seasons and had a 200-106 record.
Tanner is scheduled to meet with the media at 4 p.m. Wednesday related to the future of the baseball program.