Dan Mullen is in his second year as a graduate assistant at Notre Dame. Mullen works on all facets of the offensive side of the ball.
Mullen spent last season as a graduate assistant at Syracuse and worked with present Irish offensive coordinator Kevin Rogers. The Orangemen won the BIG EAST title last season and played in the Orange Bowl.
Mullen assisted with daily drill and skill work with the offensive line and coached the defensive scout team. Mullen spent the 1996 season as the wide receiver coach at Columbia and spent the 1994-95 seasons as the wide receiver coach at Wagner College in Staten Island, N.Y.
Mullen is a 1994 graduate of Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., with a degree in exercise and sport science. He was a two-year starter at tight end for the school. Mullen earned first team all-Centennial Conference honors as a senior.
Mullen earned a graduate degree from Wagner in education in 1996 and was working on his master's of science in physical education at Syracuse.
Born April 27, 1972, Wagner is a native of Manchester, N.H.