Dan Kwon was the boys varsity head coach at Mission San Jose High School from 2004 - 2010. In 2009 and 2010, he guided the squad to its first-ever league championship and NCS appearances, advancing all the way to the NCS finals in 2009. For his efforts, he was voted 2009 All East-Bay Boys Volleyball Coach of the Year.
Previously, Dan was also a varsity assistant coach for the Archbishop Mitty High School girls volleyball program, where he was a part of two State Championship teams (2004, 2008) and five consecutive CCS Championship and Norcal Championship teams (2004 - 2008).
Dan played volleyball at UC Berkeley from 2001-2003, and was the starting Libero on the 2002-2003 NCCVL Championship team. Dan also played for the Santa Clara University men's volleyball team from 2005-2008. Most recently, Dan was awarded Second Team All-American honors at the 2008 NIRSA National Championships in Dallas for Santa Clara University.
Dan also plays for the Dragons nine man volleyball team, helping the Dragons reach the National Quarterfinals of the North American Chinese Invitational Volleyball Tournament (NACIVT) for five consecutive years.
Dan received his B.A. in English from UC Berkeley in 2003, and his Baccalaureate Law Degree from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2009. Coach Kwon is an alumnus of Mission San Jose High School (class of 1999), where he was a two-year starter on the boy's varsity volleyball team. Currently, Dan works at FLEX College Prep. In his spare time, Dan enjoys snowboarding, reading, and hiking. He is recently married to Amy Pham and they reside in Fremont.
Dan is IMPACT and ASEP certified.