Dan Mueller was hired as a full-time assistant coach on July 1, 2013 and completed his ninth season in 2018-19 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.
Mueller also spent three years working for the Milwaukee Bucks in the statistical analysis and video departments.
The Falcons 2018-19 team earned a share of the NACC regular season title with a 16-4 conference record, which included four different winning streaks of four games. They led the NACC in steals per game (8.7) and ranked second in field goal percentage (48.5), assists per game (15.8) and opponent 3-point percentage (32.1). Concordia Wisconsin set the program record for field goal percentage (48.5) in a season.
Concordia Wisconsin's 2017-18 squad led the NACC in field goal percentage (47.4), 3-point percentage (78.7), defensive rebounds per game (29.6) and opponents' 3-point field goal percentage (30.5). Three times during the season they won four games in a row and advanced to the Concordia Invitational Tournament title game.
The 2016-17 squad finished third in the NACC with a 14-6 record and advanced to the NACC Tournament Championship game for the 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).
His 2011-12 season finished 21-6 overall and 14-2 in NACC play to win the North Division title for the third-consecutive season. The Falcons dominated at home, posting an 11-1 record inside the R. John Buuck Field House.
During the 2010-11 season, the Falcons made a major jump in the national scene by climbing as high as No. 21 in the D3Hoops.com poll and to No. 1 in the Midwest regional rankings. As a result of their success, they were chosen to host the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament that season. Statistically, CUW ranked in the top-20 in the nation in four categories; win-loss percentage, scoring margin, steals per game and turnover margin. The Falcons completed their conference season undefeated, 16-0, marking the first time in league history a team finished unblemished. Four players earned All-NACC recognition and Cassidy was named Coach of the Year.