Dan Trump was named Senior Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations at Georgetown in March 2013. Trump joined the Hoyas after seven years with the athletics staff at the University of Maryland.
As the Senior Associate Athletics Director for the Hoyas, Trump oversees the areas of compliance, sports medicine, sports performance, human resources, student-athlete leadership and development, as well as assisting the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics with the internal operations of the department. Trump also serves as the sport administrator for football, baseball, men's and women's tennis.
Trump was named the senior associate athletics director for compliance at Maryland in September 2011. Trump provided oversight of Maryland's compliance unit and had previously held responsibilities of overseeing the sports medicine, strength and conditioning and academic service units as well as being the sport supervisor for men's and women's tennis and baseball. He joined the Maryland Athletics staff in March 2006 as the associate A.D. for compliance.
Trump came to Maryland from the Patriot League, where he served for two years, finishing as associate executive director. Prior to that, Trump was the associate director of athletics for compliance at Oregon State University.
Originally from Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Trump is a 1992 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. During his playing career, Trump was a catcher and four-year letter winner for the Golden Bears. He was a member of two College World Series teams at Cal (1988 & 1992) and served as team captain during his senior season.
In 1992, Trump joined the staff at Loyola Marymount University as the athletic ticket manager and facilities director. In his second year at LMU, he added responsibilities as assistant baseball coach for the Lions.
After attending graduate school at Central Michigan University and serving an internship at Cal, Trump returned to Loyola Marymount as the athletic promotions coordinator/ticket manager. He was promoted to assistant athletics director/compliance coordinator in 1997 and served in that role for more than two years before accepting his position at Oregon State University.
Trump and his wife, Marcene, reside in Eldersburg, Md., with their four children - Davis, Spencer, Cooper and Audrey.