Alex Pribble

Alex Pribble (born April 5, 1985)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Idaho Vandals
Current conference: Big Sky Conference
Saint Martin’s (WA) record^: 83-41 (.669)
Idaho record: 0-0 (.000)
Overall record: 83-41 (.669)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • Big Sky Regular Season Champion:  0
  • GNAC (Div II) Regular Season Champion: (2019)
  • Big Sky Tournament Champion:  0
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances:  2  (2018, 2019)


  • GNAC (Div II) Coach of the Year:  1  (2019)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2023-present Idaho
2019-2023 Seattle (assoc. HC)
2015-2019 Saint Martin’s (WA)
2013-2015 Eastern Washington (asst)
2011-2013 San Francisco State (asst)
2007-2008 California (grad. asst)

Alex Pribble Facts

  • Alex Pribble
  • Born April 5, 1985
  • Hometown: Fairfax, California
  • Alma Mater: University of California, Berkeley (BS, 2007 & M.Ed, 2008)
  • Graduated from Drake HS (CA) and was originally a walk-on for Ben Braun and the Cal Golden Bears before getting a scholarship as a sophomore
    • Played in 76 games over four seasons (8 starts), part of the 2005-06 NCAA Tournament team
    • Pribble started out his coaching career as a graduate assistant under Braun during the 2007-08 season
  • Spent three years (2008-11) as an assistant coach at Tamalpais HS in Mill Valley, CA before returning to college coaching
  • Was an assistant for two years under Paul Trevor at D-II San Francisco State, then joined Jim Hayford‘s staff at D-I Eastern Washington in 2013
  • Hired in 2015 to be the head coach at D-II Saint Martin’s (WA), taking over a team that went just 6-22 the year prior
    • Went 83-41 overall, rebuilding the program into a nationally-ranked, back-to-back NCAA Tournament participant
    • His 2018-19 team went 26-6, won the GNAC title and reached the D-II Sweet Sixteen; Pribble was named 2019 GNAC COY
  • Rejoined Jim Hayford after that season, this time as his associate head coach at Seattle in the WAC
    • Worked with the Redhawks for four seasons, including two under head coach Chris Victor
  • In March 2023, Pribble was hired to be the new head coach at Idaho in the Big Sky

Alex Pribble Coaching Tree

  • coming soon


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I and Division II levels