Daniel Colvin will be entering his 16th season as Barton College assistant women’s basketball coach in 2017-18.
Colvin has been a key contributor to Barton’s greatest era of women’s basketball. Over his first 10 years, the Lady Bulldogs posted a winning record every year, and had eight 20-win seasons over that span, including five straight after a 21-8 campaign in 2012-13.
In addition to his 15 years of work with the Barton women’s program, Colvin also served three seasons with the Bulldog men’s program under head coach Dave Davis. His coaching history includes roles as associate head coach at Craven Community College and assistant coach at East Wake High School, as well as time spent as a girls coach in the AAU ranks.
Colvin earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics with a minor in religion and philosophy from Barton in 1992. While attending Barton, he was a four-year starter on the basketball team, averaging in double-figures for his career.
He earned a Master’s in Education from Arkansas State University at Jonesboro in 2012, and is currently working to fulfill the requirements of a doctorate in education from Fayetteville State University.