Daniel Rollins begins his first season as a volunteer assistant coach at George Washington University in 2010. Rollins comes to Foggy Bottom after spending the last two seasons as a volunteer assistant at Randolph-Macon College.
Rollins, a native of Hartfield, VA, played at Randolph-Macon until an injury during his sophomore season ended his playing career after junior season. Rollins stayed with the baseball program as a volunteer assistant coach and was involved with recruiting, coaching first base, working with outfielders, as well as administrative duties.
This past summer he served as the pitching coach for the New Market Rebels of the Valley Baseball League, where he led a pitching staff that finished with the fifth-best ERA in the league. Rollins has also served as the owner and director of the Winter Select Pitchers and Catchers clinic. His duties included developing all aspects of the one-day camp, as well as recruit college coaches, professional and college players to instruct as well as recruiting sponsors to help finance the clinic.
Rollins graduated from Randolph-Macon in May of 2009 with an emphasis in American Government and minor in journalism.