Dan Muse will start his second season as assistant coach for the Sacred Heart men's ice hockey program in 2009. A former letter-winner for Stonehill College, Muse comes to SHU after spending serving as an assistant coach at Williams College. During his time at Williams, Muse assisted in preparing and executing training and practice plans and worked primarily with the team's group of forwards. He also helped to develop scouting reports and break down video segments using the Gamebreaker software, and assisted with the team's recruiting efforts. Muse was also an assistant coach at Milton Academy in Massachusetts for two seasons where he assisted in all aspects of the program's operation, both on and off the ice. He has also coached at the Massachusetts Hockey Satellite Training Program and at USA Hockey's Select 14 Development Camps, as well as several other youth camps and training programs throughout Massachusetts. Muse is a 2005 graduate of Stonehill College where he earned a BA with a major in criminal justice and a minor in political science and lettered in ice hockey. Muse served as an assistant captain for the Chieftains as a senior and received the team's most improved player award in 2003. He was named to multiple ECAC Northeast/ Northeast-10 All-Academic Hockey Teams and is a recipient of the Canton (MA) High School Hockey Distinguished Alumni Award (2007).