Dan Bassett enters his second season as an assistant coach at SFA in 2014, primarily working with the defensive units. Bassett's main responsibilities include serving as the team's recruiting coordinator, handling video analysis of the opponent and equipment, in addition to assisting with the day-to-day aspects of the program.
In 2013, Bassett was part of the Ladyjack coaching staff that won the Southland Conference regular season title for the third consecutive season and posted an overall record of 16-3-3, setting a program record for most shutouts in a season with 14 and finishing the season ninth in the country in shutout percentage (.636) and 10th in goals-against average (.520).
Bassett, a native of Bulkington, England, came to Nacogdoches after spending three years as an assistant coach with the University of Nebraska women's soccer team. During that three-year stretch, the Huskers went 23-23-2 while members of the Big 12 and Big 10, which included a 13-7-1 campaign in 2010 in which Nebraska went 9-1-0 at home.
Bassett also spent three seasons as a volunteer coach for the Huskers (2005, 2006 and 2008). During that time, he also coached the Bellevue West High School boys and girls squads and played two seasons for Bellevue University, helping the Bruins compile a 25-12 record. Bassett served several roles while on the Husker support staff, including alumni relations, video operations and game day operations.
Bassett moved to the United States in 2004 and began his coaching career with club teams in Kansas City and Omaha. He earned an engineering degree from North Warwickshire and Hinckley College in 2002. While in England, Bassett also spent time coaching the Coventry and Birmingham Women's Centers of Excellence.