Dan Dolan enters his seventh season as the Head Womens Soccer Coach in 2015, having led the program to an average of 10 wins per season since taking the helm in 2009. From 2010 through 2013, Dolan led the Wildcats to four-straight double-figure win seasons, winning 62-percent of their contests in that span.
The 2013 season ushered in a new era for the womens soccer program as Dolan guided the team through their first year as an affiliate of the East Coast Conference (ECC) after joining the league as part of the Colleges transition to the NCAA Division II level of competition. Dolan and the Wildcats picked up their first-ever ECC victory on Oct. 5, 2013 when they defeated St. Thomas Aquinas College 4-1 on the road.
With Daemens intercollegiate athletic teams not eligible for the ECC and/or NCAA postseason during the Colleges transition to NCAA Division II, Dolan led the womens soccer program to success in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA), making three consecutive appearances in the USCAA National Championships title game from 2012-14.
Graduate Assistant Coach