Brad Huse

Brad Huse (born June 27, 1966)

Teams coached: Jamestown College Jimmies, Montana State Bobcats
Jamestown College record^: 184-60 (.754)
Montana State record: 107-134 (.444)
Overall record^: 291-194 (.600)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • DAC 10 (NAIA) Regular Season Champion: (1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004)
  • NAIA Division II Tournament Appearances:  4  (1999, 2002, 2003, 2004)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2006-2014 Montana State
2004-2006 Montana (asst)
1996-2004 Jamestown College
1994-1996 Montana State (asst)
1991-1994 Montana Tech (asst)

Brad Huse Facts

  • Brad Huse
  • Born June 27, 1966
  • Hometown: Missoula, Montana
  • Alma Mater: Montana Technological University (BS, 1989) / Montana State University (M.Ed, 1999)
  • Was a three-time all-conference player at Montana Tech, where he was coached by Kelvin Sampson and Rick Dessing
  • After working as an engineer for three years, Huse got into coaching at his alma mater
  • Arrived at Montana State for his first stint there in 1994, spending two seasons assisting Mick Durham
    • Was part of the 1995-96 Bobcats team that won the Big Sky and went to the NCAA Tournament
  • Became the head coach of NAIA Jamestown College in North Dakota in 1996
    • Led the Jimmies for eight seasons, going 184-60 overall and winning five DAC 10 titles
    • Reached the NAIA D-II Tournament four times, including three straight (2002-04) to end his tenure
  • Joined Larry Krystkowiak‘s staff at Montana in 2004, working with the Grizzlies for two seasons
  • Returned to Montana State to be the Bobcats’ head coach in 2006, leading the program for eight seasons
    • Compiled an overall record of 107-134, finishing above .500 just once during his tenure (2009-10)
    • Resigned in 2014 following a fourth-straight losing season
  • Member of the Jamestown College Hall of Fame (c/o 2009) and the Montana Tech Hall of Fame
  • Now works in the private sector and does community service work in the Bozeman, MT area

Brad Huse Coaching Tree

  • Luke Fennelly (Montana State Billings)
  • Danny Sprinkle (Washington, Utah State, Montana State)


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