List of BYU Cougars men's basketball seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the BYU Cougars men's basketball team since the team's formation in 1902. They have been conference regular season champions 30 times and conference tournament champions 3 times. They have also appeared in 28 NCAA basketball tournaments, reaching the Elite Eight 3 times.

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Independent
1902–1903 W.A. Colton 4–5
1903–1904 W.A. Colton 3–3
1904–1905 W.A. Colton 9–3
1905–1906 C.T. Teezel 11–1
1906–1907 C.T. Teezel 7–3 (1st in state)
1907–1908 C.T. Teezel 4–2 (1st in state)
1908–1909 Fred Bennion 7–4 (1st in state)
1909–1910 Fred Bennion 9–2 (1st in state)
1910–1911 Henry Rose 8–0 (1st in state)
1911–1912 E.L. Roberts 7–0 (1st in state)
1912–1913 E.L. Roberts 7–3 (1st in state)
1913–1914 E.L. Roberts 8–2
1914–1915 E.L. Roberts 6–2 (1st in state)
1915–1916 E.L. Roberts 3–3 (1st in state)
1916–1917 E.L. Roberts 14–2
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
1917–1918 E.L. Roberts 5–3 1–1 (1st in state) AAU Runner-up
1918–1919 E.L. Roberts 5–3 1–1 3rd
1919–1920 E.L. Roberts 4–2 0–2 T-3rd
1920–1921 Alvin Twitchell 10–2 2–2 2nd
1921–1922 Alvin Twitchell 9–3 3–1 1st
1922–1923 Alvin Twitchell 7–5 4–4 T-2nd
1923–1924 Alvin Twitchell 14–4 6–2 1st
1924–1925 Alvin Twitchell 10–6 7–1 1st
1925–1926 E.L. Roberts 11–5 7–5 2nd
1926–1927 E.L. Roberts 5–14 1–11 4th
1927–1928 E.L. Roberts 13–10 3–9 4th
1928–1929 G. Ott Romney 20–10 6–6 T-2nd
1929–1930 G. Ott Romney 23–7 6–6 3rd
1930–1931 G. Ott Romney 20–13 7–5 T-2nd
1931–1932 G. Ott Romney 20–12 8–4 T-1st
1932–1933 G. Ott Romney 20–7 9–3 T-1st
1933–1934 G. Ott Romney 18–12 9–3 1st
1934–1935 G. Ott Romney 18–10 6–6 2nd
1935–1936 Edwin R. Kimball 16–9 6–6 2nd
1936–1937 Buck Dixon 17–10 5–7 T-3rd
Skyline Conference
1937–1938 Buck Dixon 8–13 4–8 5th
1938–1939 Edwin R. Kimball 12–12 4–8 T-5th
1939–1940 Edwin R. Kimball 17–8 7–5 T-3rd
1940–1941 Edwin R. Kimball 14–9 6–6 4th
1941–1942 Floyd Millet 17–3 9–3 T-2nd
1942–1943 Floyd Millet 15–7 7–1 1st
1943–1944 Floyd Millet 3–2
1944–1945 Floyd Millet 11–12
1945–1946 Floyd Millet 12–13 6–6 T-4th
1946–1947 Floyd Millet 9–16 3–9 6th
1947–1948 Floyd Millet 16–11 8–2 1st
1948–1949 Floyd Millet 21–13 11–9 4th NAIB Second Round
1949–1950 Stan Watts 22–12 14–6 1st NCAA Elite Eight
1950–1951 Stan Watts 28–9 15–5 1st NIT Champions, NCAA Elite Eight
1951–1952 Stan Watts 14–10 9–5 T-2nd
1952–1953 Stan Watts 22–8 11–3 2nd NIT First Round
1953–1954 Stan Watts 18–11 9–5 3rd NIT First Round
1954–1955 Stan Watts 13–13 10–4 2nd
1955–1956 Stan Watts 18–8 10–4 2nd
1956–1957 Stan Watts 19–9 11–3 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1957–1958 Stan Watts 13–3 9–5 2nd
1958–1959 Stan Watts 15–11 8–6 4th
1959–1960 Stan Watts 8–17 5–9 5th
1960–1961 Stan Watts 15–11 9–5 3rd
1961–1962 Stan Watts 10–16 5–9 4gh
Western Athletic Conference
1962–1963 Stan Watts 12–14 6–4 2nd
1963–1964 Stan Watts 13–12 5–5 3rd
1964–1965 Stan Watts 21–7 8–2 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1965–1966 Stan Watts 20–5 6–4 2nd NIT Champion
1966–1967 Stan Watts 14–10 8–2 T-1st
1967–1968 Stan Watts 13–12 4–6 T-4th
1968–1969 Stan Watts 16–12 6–4 T-1st NCAA First Round
1969–1970 Stan Watts 8–18 4–10 7th
1970–1971 Stan Watts 18–11 10–4 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1971–1972 Stan Watts 21–5 12–2 1st (9th in nation) NCAA First Round
1972–1973 Glenn Potter 19–7 9–5 T-2nd
1973–1974 Glenn Potter 11–15 6–8 6th
1974–1975 Glenn Potter 12–14 5–9 6th
1975–1976 Frank Arnold 12–14 10–4 5th
1976–1977 Frank Arnold 12–15 4–10 7th
1977–1978 Frank Arnold 12–18 6–8 4th
1978–1979 Frank Arnold 20–8 10–2 1st NCAA First Round (5 seed)
1979–1980 Frank Arnold 24–5 13–1 1st NCAA First Round (3 seed)
1980–1981 Frank Arnold 25–7 12–4 3rd (16th in nation) NCAA Elite Eight (6 seed)
1981–1982 Frank Arnold 17–13 9–7 T-4th NIT First Round
1982–1983 Frank Arnold 15–14 11–5 T-1st
1983–1984 LaDell Andersen 20–11 12–4 2nd NCAA Second Round (8 seed)
1984–1985 LaDell Andersen 15–14 9–7 T-3rd
1985–1986 LaDell Andersen 18–14 11–5 4th NIT Quarterfinals
1986–1987 LaDell Andersen 21–11 12–4 2nd NCAA First Round (10 seed)
1987–1988 LaDell Andersen 26–6 13–3 1st NCAA Second Round (4 seed)
1988–1989 LaDell Andersen 14–15 7–9 5th
1989–1990 Roger Reid 21–9 11–5 T-1st (8th in nation) NCAA First Round (12 seed)
1990–1991 Roger Reid 21–13 11–5 2nd NCAA Second Round (10 seed)
1991–1992 Roger Reid 25–7 12–4 1st NCAA First Round (10 seed)
1992–1993 Roger Reid 25–9 15–3 T-1st NCAA Second Round (7 seed)
1993–1994 Roger Reid 22–10 12–6 2nd NIT Second Round
1994–1995 Roger Reid 22–10 13–5 T-2nd NCAA First Round (8 seed)
1995–1996 Roger Reid 15–13 9–9 5th
1996–1997 Roger Reid/Tony Ingle 1–25 0–16 8th
1997–1998 Steve Cleveland 9–21 4–10 6th
1998–1999 Steve Cleveland 12–16 6–8 5th
Mountain West Conference
1999–2000 Steve Cleveland 22–11 7–7 6th NIT Quarterfinals
2000–2001 Steve Cleveland 24–9 10–4 1st NCAA First Round (12 seed)
2001–2002 Steve Cleveland 18–12 7–7 T-4th NIT Second Round
2002–2003 Steve Cleveland 23–9 11–3 T-1st NCAA First Round (12 seed)
2003–2004 Steve Cleveland 21–9 10–4 2nd NCAA First Round (12 seed)
2004–2005 Steve Cleveland 9–21 3–11 T-7th
2005–2006 Dave Rose 20–9 12–4 T-2nd NIT First Round
2006–2007 Dave Rose 25–9 13–3 1st NCAA First Round (8 seed)
2007–2008 Dave Rose 27–7 14–2 1st NCAA First Round (8 seed)
2008–2009 Dave Rose 25–8 12–4 T-1st NCAA First Round (8 seed)
2009–2010 Dave Rose 30–5 13–3 2nd NCAA Second Round (7 seed)
2010–2011 Dave Rose 32–5 14–2 T-1st (13th in nation) NCAA Sweet Sixteen (3 seed)
West Coast Conference
2011–2012 Dave Rose 26–9 12–4 3rd NCAA Second Round (14 seed)
2012–2013 Dave Rose 24–12 10–6 3rd NIT Semifinals (3 seed)
2013–2014 Dave Rose 23–12 13–5 2nd NCAA Second Round (10 seed)
2014–2015 Dave Rose 25–10 13–5 2nd NCAA First Four (11 seed)
Total: 1,746–1,040 (.627)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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