Idaho Vandals basketball

Idaho Vandals basketball history

University of Idaho (Moscow, ID)
Cowan Spectrum
Big Sky Conference

Current head coach: Zac Claus (2019-)

  • Asst: Tim Marrion (2015-16, 2021-)
  • Asst: Kenny Tripp (2019-)
  • Asst: Jeremy Harden (2022-)

Post-Season:

  • National Championships:  0
  • Final Four Appearances:  0
  • Sweet Sixteen Appearances:  1  (1982)
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  4  (1981, 1982, 1989, 1990)
  • NCAAT Overall Record:  1-4
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  1  (1983)
  • NIT Overall Record:  0-1
  • CBI Appearances:  1  (2016)
  • CBI Overall Record:  0-1
  • CIT Appearances:  4  (2009, 2011, 2012, 2017)
  • CIT Overall Record:  3-4

Conference Titles (PCC, Big West, WAC, Big Sky):

Award Winners:




Idaho head coaches:

Coach Tenure Record Conf. Titles NCAA Apps. Nat. Champ
Zac Claus 2019-Pres 18-67 0 0 0
Don Verlin 2008-19 177-176 0 0 0
George Pfeifer 2006-08 12-48 0 0 0
Leonard Perry 2001-06 48-97 0 0 0
David Farrar 1997-2001 49-61 0 0 0
Kermit Davis 1988-90, 96-97 63-29 2 2 0
Joe Cravens 1993-96 42-41 0 0 0
Larry Eustachy 1990-93 61-33 1 0 0
Tim Floyd 1986-88 35-25 0 0 0
Bill Trumbo 1983-86 28-59 0 0 0
Don Monson 1978-83 100-41 2 2 0
Jim Jarvis 1974-78 26-78 0 0 0
Wayne Anderson 1966-74 88-117 0 0 0
Joe Cipriano 1963-66 43-35 0 0 0
Jim Goddard 1960-63 25-52 0 0 0
Dave Strack 1959-60 11-15 0 0 0
Harlan Hodges 1954-59 52-77 0 0 0
Charles Finley 1947-54 107-96 0 0 0
Guy Wicks 1941-42, 46-47 16-40 0 0 0
J.A. “Babe” Brown 1942-46 57-67 0 0 0
Forrest Twogood 1936-42 50-72 0 0 0
Richard A. Fox 1927-36 54-113 0
Dave MacMillan 1920-27 94-36 2
R.F. “Hutch” Hutchinson 1919-20 14-3
W.C. Bleamaster 1918-19 13-2
Hec Edmundson 1916-18 20-9
Charles Rademacher 1915-16 1-12
J.G. “Pink” Griffith 1905-07, 10-15 39-44
John Grogan 1908-10 15-19
George Wyman 1907-08 4-4

Key: Conf. Titles= Regular Season only, NCAA Apps= NCAA Tournament Appearances, Nat. Champ= NCAA Tournament Champions



NOTE: Overall program records on this page do not include anything later vacated by the NCAA. 

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