Eric Daniels enters his fifth season as assistant men's basketball coach at Regis in 2013-14. Daniels came to Regis after one season as assistant coach at Southern Utah in Cedar City, Utah.
Daniels is the Rangers recruiting coordinator and is involved with the individual player development.
Daniels had a stellar basketball career at Johnson & Wales University in Denver. He scored 1,191 points at the NAIA Division II school while also leading the Wildcats to the 2005 NAIA National Tournament in Branson, Mo.
Following his senior season he was named honorable mention All-NAIA after averaging 15.8 poings per game and 3.0 steals per game. During his junior season, Daniels averaged 4.6 steals per game which led all collegiate men's basketball players in both the NAIA and the NCAA. He also led the NAIA in steals during his sophomore season averaging 3.8 per game. Daniels recorded 306 steals including 110 as a junior. For his career he averaged 11.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.5 asissts, and 3.0 steals per game.
Daniels graduated from Johnson & Wales University in 2008 with a degree in marketing. Daniels is the son of current Gonzaga men's basketball assistant coach Donny Daniels where previously he was an assistant coach at UCLA and head coach at California State-Fullerton. He graduated from Highland High School in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Daniels currently makes his home in Arvada.