BYU Creamery Introduces New Ice Creams Named After Kalani Sitake and Mark Pope

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BYU Basketball Coach Mark Pope, left, and BYU Soccer Coach Kalani Sitake have a good time at a press convention asserting that BYU has accepted an invite to the Large 12 Convention at BYU in Provo on Friday the tenth. September 2021. BYU will play all sports activities perpetually. for the large 12 aside from horse driving, rowing and wrestling. Males’s volleyball will proceed to play within the Mountain Pacific Sports activities Federation, as the game shouldn’t be provided by Large 12. (Laura Seitz, Deseret Information)

(Laura Seitz, Deseret Information)

PROVO, Utah – You recognize you’ve got made it as a head coach at BYU if you get a BYU Creamery ice cream taste named in your honor.

BYU Creamery unveiled two new ice cream flavors on this week’s Coaches Present (Tuesday, 9 p.m. on KSL NewsRadio) for BYU’s head soccer coach Kalani Sitake and males’s basketball director Mark Pope.

Kalani Sitake’s ice cream is “Kalani Sitake Highway”. The sixth-year coach instructed a coach program final 12 months that he loves any chocolate ice cream. So it was solely pure for BYU Creamery to pair with a taste that features marshmallow chocolate ice cream, brownies, fudge, and pecan pralines.

Mark Pope’s taste is “Pope’s Postgame Snack”. A becoming title for Pope, who has at all times loved a superb mint brownie from BYU Eating Companies or “Late Evening Snack” from Ben & Jerry. Now the third-year coach can get pleasure from an ice cream named after him. Put up-game snack consists of vanilla ice cream with chocolate rice croissants, chocolate chunks, and salted caramel.

Kalani Sitake Highway and Pope’s Postgame Snack will go on sale at BYU Creamery on January 9, 2022.

BYU Creamery Ice Cream Flavors for Coaches By the Years

Sitake and Pope be part of an unique membership of BYU coaches to get a style of BYU Creamery ice cream. Others embrace legendary soccer coach LaVell Edwards. Edwards taste is “LaVell Vanilla”.

Former BYU basketball coach Dave Rose gained “Rose’s Sneakerdoodle,” a candy cinnamon ice cream with cookie items.

Girls’s soccer coach Jennifer Rockwood has a taste named in her honor. “Cherry Rockwood” options chocolate ice cream, maraschino cherries and chocolate lined cherry mugs.

Former Bronco Mendenhall soccer head coach as soon as had a taste known as “Bronco’s Cocoa Bean.” However not like the flavors talked about above, that one is now not obtainable after he left to take the Virginia job.

Mitch Harper is a BYU Insider member for and host of the Cougar Tracks Podcast (SUBSCRIBE) and Cougar Sports activities Saturday (Saturday 12-3pm) on KSL Newsradio. Comply with him on Twitter: @Mitch_Harper.