|Title||Analyst and color commentator|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
Dan Bonner is an analyst and color commentator covering NCAA men's basketball and the NBA. He previously played basketball at the University of Virginia and coached the UVa women's team for two seasons. He also coached girls' basketball and soccer at Robert E. Lee High School in Staunton, Virginia.
Dan Bonner, a Pittsburgh native, played at Avonworth High School. He attended the University of Virginia and played basketball from 1971 to 1975. In 1975 he was named captain and was named to the Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference team.
After his playing career, Dan Bonner was an assistant coach under Barbara Kelly at the University of Virginia for the first two seasons of women's basketball ever played. He succeeded her as head coach in 1975 leading the women's team to a 32-20 (.615) record over two seasons at the helm.
He serves as an analyst for regular-season college basketball games for CBS Sports,ESPN (1987-2001),Fox Sports, Raycom Sports and the ACC Network. Bonner began calling ACC games for Jefferson Pilot Sports in 1983 while a manager at a Social Security office in Staunton, Virginia. Bonner also covered games for NCAA Productions' from 1985 through 1990. He is quoted as saying, "The Monday after Selection Sunday, I'm scrambling to learn all the teams that I'll have to do later in the week. And then I'm out on the road."
His other broadcasting work includes play-by-play for baseball's Carolina League, women's college basketball, soccer play-by-play and an announcer for The ACC Regional Sports Networks coverage of ACC Baseball.
He was the assistant athletic director and assistant girls' soccer coach for Robert E. Lee High School,(2004 - 2007) having previously coached the girls' basketball team from 1999 to 2003. He was named the Virginia Group AA Coach of the Year for the 2002-03 season.
Dan is married to the former Terry Israel, who was the team captain and MVP of the 1975-76 Lady Cavaliers team. The Bonners have three children: Coleman, Keary and Sarah. He also was head coach for the West Point High School Basketball Team in West Point, Virginia.