The George Washington University: Men's Cross Country

Dan Kane
Dan Kane

Hometown:
Lagrangeville, NY

High School:
Arlington

Position:
Volunteer Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
George Washington '12



05/20/2012

73 GW Senior Student-Athletes Participate in Commencement

Student-Athletes Join Estimated 25,000 Graduates, Families and Friends on the National Mall

05/08/2012

Inaugural Georgey Awards Recognize Best in GW Athletics in 2011-12

Student-Athlete Advisory Council Awards Show Honored Year's Top Student-Athletes, Teams and Moment

05/01/2012

Atalay, Phillips Take Home Top GW Senior Athlete Honors

24 Team MVP's, Top Athletes and Scholar-Athletes Recognized at 2012 Senior Honors Luncheon

03/30/2012

GW Cross Country to Pass 330 Hours of Community Service

03/30/2012

GW Cross Country to Pass 330 Hours of Community Service

Dan Kane is in his first year as a volunteer assistant coach with George Washington Cross Country, focusing on alumni relations, community outreach and development.

Kane was a member of GW Cross Country from 2008 until graduating in 2012 with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering. Kane served as captain during the 2011-2012 season and was the recipient of the 1st Annual "Georgey" Award for Community Service (Male Athlete) in recognition of leading the program to completing over 330 hours of community service.

Since graduating from GW, Kane has been attending law school at the Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law, concentrating his studies in the field of intellectual property. Kane expects to graduate in May 2015.

Kane is originally from Lagrangeville, NY and attended Arlington High School, running both cross country and track. Kane's parents, William and Constance, and his brother, James, still live in Lagrangeville. Kane's sister, Christina, is currently studying at the University of Hartford

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