Hired in June of 2009 as the Ephs head coach, Dan Greenberg '08 has led his team to two NCAA Final Fours—finishing 4th in 2011 and 3rd in 2012—and the NCAA Championship in 2013.
The 2013 Eph team also won the NESCAC Championship, the first in ten years, earning Greenberg NESCAC Co-Coach of the Year. Additionally, CaptainU, the youth and college sports network, named Greenberg the 2013 National NCAA DIII Men's Tennis Coach of the Year.
Prior to 2013, the last time the Ephs won the NCAA Championship was in 2002.
His 2014 Ephs advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament, giving Greenberg a 14-5 NCAA Tournament record. Greenberg's 2017 Ephs upset arch rival and nationally-ranked Amherst in both the NESCAC and NCAA Tournament to finish fifth nationally, upping his NCAA Tournament record to 16-6.
Since Greenberg's first year at the helm in 2009-2010, eight Ephs have earned All-American honors (three were two-time All-Americans). His top doubles teams have won two ITA National Titles (2011, 2012), and his 2017 doubles team of Brian Grodecki and Alex Taylor took 2nd place at NCAAs.
Prior to coaching at Williams, Greenberg spent one year at the University of North Carolina, working under head coach Sam Paul—5-time ACC Coach of the Year—and Coach Tripp Phillips—2006 U.S. Open Doubles Semifinalist. He was primarily involved with individual development, film analysis, and on-court coaching for the Tar Heels.
At Williams Greenberg was a three-time All-American, 2008 NESCAC Player of the Year and ITA Northeast Player of the Year, and 2005 NESCAC Rookie of the Year. He also served as a Junior Advisor, working with freshmen to ease their transition into college life. He studied English Literature and Creative Writing and now holds a Master's in Education from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.