Dan just finished his 6th year as the head coach of the Davis College men’s basketball program and his 9th season overall coaching college basketball.
In 2004, Dan graduated from Susquehanna University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He was a four-time varsity letter-man for a winning program which included the league regular season championship in 2002-2003. As a high school graduate of Windsor, New York, Dan was a starter for three SUS league championship teams, including a Section 4 championship in 1998-1999. Dan is a member of the STOP-DWI Holiday Classic All-Time Regional Team and was SUS league MVP in 1999-2000.
Dan understands what it takes to be a successful student athlete and has a strong desire to help others reach their full potential both on and off the basketball court. College athletics helps develop strong leadership skills as well as communication and teamwork. At Davis College, students will learn to utilize these skills as a means of ministry opportunities for Christ.
Prior to being named the head coach at Davis College in 2009, he served two seasons as an assistant coach at Davis College and one year as an assistant at Broome Community College.
Dan is also the Athletic Director for Davis College. His wife, Rebecca, graduated in 2008 from Davis College with a degree in counseling and is the Performance Manager for Coordinated Cares Services, Inc. in Broome County, NY. They reside in Windsor with their son, Hunter.