Provo • Dave Rose has a vacancy to fill on his BYU basketball coaching staff.
Assistant head coach Terry Nashif, who has been involved with the program since he played for the Cougars from 2001-2005, announced Thursday that he is leaving BYU to purse business opportunities.
"Our time at BYU has been an amazing opportunity and experience for me and my family," Nashif said in a school news release. "Being associated with Coach Rose, both as a player and a coach, has been one of the great honors of my life."
Nashif, from Vancouver, Wash., joined the staff as director of basketball operations when Rose was hired to replace Steve Cleveland in 2005. He became an assistant coach in 2007 and was promoted to assistant head coach in 2016.