Since becoming head coach of the BYU men’s basketball program in 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. He was a member of national sensation “Phi Slama Jama” the University of Houston’s college basketball squad that finished as national runner-up in the 1983 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament. Rose first came to BYU as an assistant in 1997 to help newly hired head coach Steve Cleveland rebuild the Cougar program. A native of Houston, Texas, Rose and his wife Cheryl have three children and two grandchildren.