Dan Lindemann enters his seventh season as an assistant coach with the Saints. Lindemann assists with the setting up of training sessions, player evaluation and formation and line-up decisions for the field players.
In his first six seasons assisting with the development of the program, the Saints have posted an impressive 63-38-9 (.614) record including the program's first-ever MAAC Championship and NCAA Women's College Cup Appearance in the fall of 2010. Under his assistance, the Saints have posted the three winningest seasons in program history.
Prior to his time at Siena, Lindemann spent three seasons as an assistant coach for the men's soccer program at nearby Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
"Dan brings a high level of coaching and playing experience to our staff," said Karbowski. "We are on the same page as far as how the team should play, but he brings a variety to the team's training and preparation. Dan evaluates players well and offers excellent adjustments during games."
In his time at RPI, he was responsible for organizing and executing the daily operations of the program. This included scouting opponents and recruiting student-athletes. He also helped guide RPI to the semifinals of the Liberty League conference playoffs in 2004 and the ECAC Championship in 2005.
Prior to this experience, Lindemann was a men's assistant coach at his alma mater, Southern New Hampshire University. Lindemann achieved immense success in this coaching role. In 2003, he helped guide the No. 2 nationally ranked team to the NCAA Elite Eight.
Lindemann earned his master's degree in business education from Southern New Hampshire in 2001. He was a three year soccer letter winner for the Penmen playing the center back position. He registered seven goals and an assist in his career. Lindemann also advanced to the Elite Eight in two of his three seasons. During his career, he helped lead the team to a 45-10-7 overall record.