Gonzaga men’s basketball coach Mark Few was reportedly cited for driving under the influence in Idaho on Monday night.
The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, Wash.) reported on Tuesday that Few was stopped by police in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, around 9 p.m. MT. According to police reports obtained by the Spokesman-Review, officers responded after “he was called in as driving erratic and speeding.”
Few reportedly refused to complete a field sobriety test, but provided breathalyzer samples of .119 and .12, well above the legal limit of .08.
Gonzaga also did not respond to a request for comment, the paper wrote.
Few, 58, is 630-125 all-time since taking over the program in 1999. His Bulldogs teams have made the NCAA Tournament 21 out of 22 seasons during his tenure; his team was also eligible in 2020, but the tournament was canceled at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. His teams have twice made the Final Four, finishing as the runner-up twice in both seasons. Few is the all-time leader in winning percentage among NCAA Division I men’s basketball coaches with at least 10 years of experience.