Dan Doerflein is in his second year as video coordinator for the University of Colorado women's basketball team.
Doerflein, 29, edits and analyzes practice and game film for the Colorado coaching staff, assisting in the creation of scouting reports.
He joined the Buffaloes after spending seven seasons working with the women's basketball program at Brigham Young University. He began as a student assistant at BYU for the 2001-02 season and after a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Washington D.C., he returned to his role from 2004-07 where he primarily worked on conversion defense and player development.
Doerflein was the Cougars' film coordinator from 2007-09, where he was responsible for recording and analyzing game film. After graduating from BYU with his bachelor of science degree in American Studies in 2009, he served as director of operations for the 2009-10 campaign where he was in charge of scheduling, travel, academics and film exchange.
He enjoyed a successful stint on the staff of Jeff Judkins' BYU program. While Doerflein was at BYU the Cougars won two Mountain West Conference regular season titles (2006-07), one MWC Tournament Crown (2002) and participated in three NCAA Tournaments (2002, 2006-07). Doerflein was on the same BYU staff as current Buffaloes assistant Jonas Chatterton, who was an assistant on Judkins' staff from 2001-09.
Doerflein is also a veteran of the youth camps circuit working with sessions at both BYU and the University of Maryland.
Born in Columbia, Md., Doerflein graduated from Grandview High School in Aurora, Colo., in 2001 where he lettered in basketball, baseball and tennis. He also enjoys golf, skiing and wakeboarding.