In 1924, he coached at Nevada, where he compiled a 3–4–1 record. He was hired at Idaho in May 1926 as head coach and director of athletics, where he compiled a 10–9–5 record in three seasons. His 1927 team contended for the title in the Pacific Coast Conference, but the 1928 team had a more difficult season, after which he submitted his resignation.
After Idaho, his career record stood at 13–13–6 in four seasons. In 1935, he coached at Humboldt State, where he compiled a 6–1–1 record.