Daniel Boice is in his seventh year with the University of Kentucky women’s basketball program in 2022-23, serving as the director of player development.
The first three years of his stint in the Bluegrass, Boice assisted the coaching staff in opponent scouting reports and coordinating all aspects of film exchange and video editing for opponents and team edits. He was promoted to director of player development before the 2019-20 season, but took a brief pause in that role, spending the 2020-21 season as an interim assistant coach.
Boice came to Lexington in the summer of 2016 after serving as the coaching video coordinator at Arizona, where he was an undergraduate student manager for three years before being promoted to video coordinator for two seasons.
Boice is familiar with the Kentucky program as he worked an elite camp for Kentucky while at Arizona. He also helped work elite camps at Gonzaga, Utah and Arizona.
Prior to Arizona, Boice played basketball for Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa, for one season before transitioning to a student assistant coach. As a student assistant he coordinated summer and team camps as well as recruiting. Boice also implemented player development workouts for the team, including five players who were named to NAIA All-Conference teams.
Boice graduated from the University of Arizona with both a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership.
Boice is a native of Tucson, Arizona, and is married to his wife Ali.