Davis Furman

Davis Furman enters his first year as an assistant coach for Idaho State men's basketball after one year (2019-20) as a graduate assistant for the program.

Furman comes to Pocatello after serving as an assistant coach to Ryan Looney at Point Loma Nazarene University during the 2018-19 season. That season saw the Sealions make to the NCAA Division II National Championship game while boasting the Division II Player of the Year.

Responsibilities with Point Loma included recruiting, creating and presenting scouting reports, team travel, player development, and running the academic program.

Furman graduated from Butler in 2018 with a degree in human movement and health science education.

During his time at Butler he worked with the men's basketball program from 2014-18. During those four years Butler made the NCAA tournament each season and won at least one game in the tournament, including a trip to the Sweet Sixteen in 2017.

Furman is currently pursuing his maters degree in athletic administration. His duties at Idaho State include creating and presenting scouting reports, coordinating community service, team scheduling, camp director, and managing team operations.