Rod Jensen

Rod Jensen (born November 17, 1953)

Teams coached: Boise State Broncos, College of Idaho Yotes
Boise State record: 109-93 (.540)
College of Idaho record^: 38-51 (.427)
Overall record^: 147-144 (.505)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2019-2020 Utah State (women’s) (asst)
2015-2018 Washington State (women’s) (asst)
2013-2014 Washington State (asst)
2010-2013 College of Idaho
2006-2010 UNC Greensboro (assoc. HC)
2005-2006 UNC Greensboro (asst)
2002-2004 Virginia (asst)
1995-2002 Boise State
1983-1995 Boise State (asst)
1982-1983 Penn State (asst)
1980-1982 Redlands (asst)

Rod Jensen Facts

  • Rodney Lewis Jensen
  • Born November 17, 1953
  • Alma Mater: University of Redlands (BA, 1975)
  • Started his coaching career as an assistant under Gary Smith for two years at his alma mater, D-III Redlands (CA)
  • Spent the 1982-83 season on Dick Harter‘s staff at Penn State before arriving at Boise State in 1983
  • Worked as an assistant with the Broncos for twelve seasons under head coach Bobby Dye; was part of three NCAA Tournaments, three NITs and two Big Sky regular season championships
  • Elevated to head coach in 1995, going 109-93 over seven seasons at the helm
    • Won a share of the Big West title in 1999 but never reached the postseason and was fired in 2002
  • Spent two years working under Pete Gillen at Virginia, then five (including four as associate head coach) under Mike Dement at UNC Greensboro
  • Hired in 2010 to be the head coach at NAIA College of Idaho and was 38-51 over three seasons there
  • Left Idaho in 2013 and spent the following season as an assistant on Ken Bone‘s staff at Washington State
  • Most recent coaching roles include a three-year stint as an assistant with the WSU women’s program under head coach June Daugherty (who previously worked at Boise State) and one year with the women’s team at Utah State (under Ben Finkbeiner)

Rod Jensen Coaching Tree

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