Career Player/Coach

  • Sunset League Player of the year for volleyball in 1978 at Huntington Beach High School
  • Played volleyball as a setter at Golden West College and the University of Hawaii
  • Coached seven years of club volleyball (three alongside Joaquin Acosta) 
  • Dan has coached teams that have won gold medals in the 18s Open Division at Pacific Northwest Qualifier, Southern California Qualifier, Las Vegas Classic, bronze medal at Junior Nationals 18s Open Division, and a top ten finish at Junior Nationals 18s Open Division
  • Spent one year as a Graduate Assistant Coach at University of Hawaii
  • Coached two years at Estancia High School and 3 years at Dana Hill High School
  • All-American in water polo at Golden West College in 1979

Danny Moorhouse is a skilled volleyball coach with 13 years of experience and accomplishments to show for it. A Southern California native, Dan first got involved with volleyball as a teenager at Huntington Beach High School where he was named the Sunset League Player of the Year in 1978. He went on to have a successful post-high school playing career as setter at Golden West College and the University of Hawaii.

Since then, Dan has shared his knowledge and expertise with others by coaching college, high school, and club volleyball.  In addition to his impressive playing and coaching background, Dan has also served as a Fire Captain with the Orange County Fire Authority for the past 28 years. He currently resides in Laguna Niguel with his wife Rita and has two daughters, Danielle (23) and Jessica (21) who are both currently attending Gonzaga University.