|Team record||13-18 (.419)|
|Place of birth||Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
Dan Leibovitz (born c. 1974) is the head coach of the University of Hartford men's basketball team. He was the assistant coach of the Temple University Owls men's basketball team from 1996-2006, and on April 14, 2006, he was named head coach of the Hartford, in the America East Conference, just 4 days after Temple chose Fran Dunphy as its new permanent head coach.
Chaney had asked the Temple administration to choose Dan Lebovitz to permanently succeed him as coach. He served as the top assistant coach under Hall of Fame coach John Chaney, who retired on March 13, 2006.
On March 14, 2006, Leibovitz served as acting head coach for Temple's NIT playoff game, which they lost in overtime to Akron after star player Mardy Collins, a projected NBA first-round pick, was seriously injured. In 2005, Leibovitz was also acting coach during the final three regular season contests and the Owls’ two Atlantic 10 Tournament games as Chaney served a self-imposed then University sanctioned suspension. The Owls went 3-2 to secure an NIT bid.
Coach Leibovitz's 10-year tenure as assistant coach was tied for the longest tenure in all of Temple's Atlantic 10 conference. Since Leibovitz joined the Temple staff at the start of the 1996-97 season, the Owls have made ten straight postseason appearances, including this year's NIT bid. The past 11 summers, Leibovitz has served as an assistant coach at the John Chaney-Sonny Hill Basketball Camp. He began his coaching career in 1994 at Episcopal Academy in Merion, Pa.
Leibovitz has a Master's in Sport Management and Leisure Studies at Temple (1998) and a Bachelor's from University of Pennsylvania (1996), having transferred to Penn from Franklin & Marshall College after his freshman year. Leibovitz played basketball at both schools as well as at Episcopal Academy in his home town of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
|Hartford (America East Conference) (2006–present)|
Regular Season Champion Conference