ST. GEORGE — The BYU Management Society St. George Chapter April luncheon will host BYU head basketball coach Dave Rose April 26 at noon at the St. George Courtyard Marriott.
Since becoming head coach of the BYU men’s basketball program on April 11, 2005, Dave Rose has guided the Cougars to an impressive array of on-the-court awards and accolades while his unassuming approach to service and the community has been recognized at the top of his profession.
With a 283-99 record, Rose has produced an 11-year resume that is nearly unmatched. In fact, among the 40-plus coaches who took over a program in 2005, Rose has the best winning percentage (.741) and the most wins (283). Among first-time head coaches in 2005, Rose is the only to achieve at least 20 wins in each of his first 10 seasons. His 283 victories place him tie for fifth for best career starts (through 11 seasons) by wins in NCAA history. Rose currently holds the school record for career winning percentage (.741) and is second in career victories. He reached the 200 career victory mark in his 259th game to make him the 15th fastest in NCAA history to reach the milestone.