|Alma Mater:||Oregon State, '04|
David Lose enters his fifth season as Washington State’s defensive assistant, working in the film room and on scouting reports.
Lose joined the Cougars coaching staff in 2011 and has served as a defensive student assistant, defensive graduate assistant and defensive quality control. Prior to WSU, Lose was the defensive line coach for two seasons at Saint Paul’s College (2009-10) in Virginia and for three seasons at his alma mater Luther Burbank High School (2006-08) in Sacramento.
A native of Sacramento, Lose was a three-year letterwinner at Oregon State University, appearing in 22 games, including 18 starts on the offensive lineman 2000, 02-03. Lose played on the OSU teams that reached the 2001 Fiesta Bowl and the 2003 Las Vegas Bowl.
Lose earned his bachelor's degree in liberal studies from Oregon State in 2004 and his master's degree in sport management from Washington State in 2014.