Dan Mueller was hired as a full-time assistant coach on July 1, 2013 and completed his seventh season in 2016-17 with the Concordia University Wisconsin Men's Basketball program. He was also a student assistant and team manager for three seasons before being promoted.
With the Falcons, he leads the academic advising of student-athletes, recruiting of future student-athletes around the Midwest, scouting of opponents and preparing of scouting reports, video coordination and acting as head coach of the junior varsity program.
The 2016-17 squad finished third in the NACC with a 14-6 record and advanced to the NACC Tournament Championship game for second time in program history. They finished in the top-3 statistical in NACC-only games for 12 statistical categories. The Falcons averaged nearly 90 points (89.3) per game at home. Eric Kittel guided the program and finished as the program's all-time leader in points (1,541) and 3-point field goals made (263).
Mueller also spent three years working for the Milwaukee Bucks in the statistical analysis and video departments.