Dan Gordon ’15 joined the Stonehill Cross Country program in August 2018 as the men’s and women’s cross country assistant coach.
Gordon graduated from Stonehill College in 2015 and was a four-time letter winner for the cross country and track & field programs. He was elected captain during his junior and senior seasons. Gordon was a four-time NCAA Division II Cross Country National Championship qualifier, a four-time U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches' Association (USTFCCCA) All-East Region honoree, and a four-time Northeast-10 Conference All-Conference selection.
Gordon also ran cross country and track & field at Plymouth North High School where he graduated in 2011 and was a three-time state champion in the 2-mile race. In Spring 2018, Gordon was inducted into Plymouth North's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Currently, Gordon is an English teacher at Milford High School, where he also coaches the unified track team and he previously worked in Aymanam, India teaching English in a rural village to grades 1-10.
Prior to teaching full time, Gordon was a substitute teacher in the Plymouth Public School System and at Sacred Heart High School. While at Sacred Heart, Gordon assisted with the boy's and girl's track & field program, outlining workouts and routines for all athletes.
Gordon, who received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Journalism from Stonehill College, currently resides in Malden, Massachusetts.