Daniel Gill

Daniel Gill is a 2011 graduate of Benedictine College Preparatory and in the fall of 2018 will be entering his second year as Head Coach of the BCP soccer program. In his first year Daniel helped to guide the Cadets to their best record in five years, more than doubled the amount of wins from the previous year, and brought the Cadets to within one win of their first playoff birth in years. He is looking to build on that success in his second year.

Daniel grew up in Richmond and played his youth career with FC Richmond as well as competed for the BCP soccer team earning All-State honors. After high school, Daniel continued his playing career at the Division I level at Mount Saint Mary’s University having the chance to compete against some of the top teams in the country including Virginia, Monmouth and Loyola. After his sophomore season, the university decided to discontinue the program due to financial reasons, and Daniel transferred to Longwood University to continue his playing career.

After high school, Daniel continued his playing career at the Division I level at Mount Saint Mary’s University having the chance to compete against some of the top teams in the country including Virginia, Monmouth and Loyola.

After his sophomore season, the university decided to discontinue the program due to financial reasons, and Daniel transferred to Longwood University to continue his playing career. For the next two years Daniel helped the Lancers make their transition into the Big South Conference and once again had a chance to compete against many top quality opponents. Daniel graduated from Longwood in 2015, and resides in Richmond.

FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARS DANIEL HELPED THE LANCERS MAKE THEIR TRANSITION INTO THE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE AND ONCE AGAIN HAD A CHANCE TO COMPETE AGAINST MANY TOP QUALITY OPPONENTS. DANIEL GRADUATED FROM LONGWOOD IN 2015, AND RESIDES IN RICHMOND.