Dan Levine spent four years at Santa Clara, overseeing the department's facilities and operations unit until June, 2016. Levine, who was promoted to assistant athletic director in October, 2015, was responsible for all facility maintenance and scheduling, event management and the Bronco equipment room.
Levine arrived at Santa Clara from Georgetown University where he was the assistant director of athletic events. He worked for the Hoyas for more than two years and was responsible for game day operations for a number of sports and hiring and supervision of game-day staff and facility maintenance issues.
In addition, Levine gained professional experience as part of the NCAA operations staff for the 2011 NCAA men’s basketball tournament second and third rounds, which was hosted by Georgetown at the Verizon Center.
Prior to his role at GU, he worked as guest services manager at the University of Washington. He also worked as an operations manager at Lakeside School in Seattle.
Levine graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in business management. He swam for the Huskies for four years and was the team captain as a senior. He received a Master’s of Education in Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership from the University of Washington in 2009.
Levine grew up in Columbia, Connecticut, and graduated from Windham High School in Willimantic.