Daniel Cherbonnier is in his third season at The University of Tulsa as he begins his first year as a graduate assistant after volunteering for the men’s soccer program the past two years.
Prior to coming to Tulsa, Cherbonnier spent six years as an assistant coach at The University of Texas at Tyler where he assisted in all aspects of the program including coaching, recruiting, goalkeeper training, academic advising, administrative duties and camp organization.
While at UT Tyler, Cherbonnier helped the Patriots earn a 72-29-14 overall record and a 50-15-10 mark in the American Southwest Conference. During the six years, UT-Tyler won three regular season conference championships, three ASC tournament championships, and had a program-best NCAA Elite 8 appearance. On the field, Cherbonnier helped coach three All-America selections, nine all-region honorees and 38 all-conference performers. Off the field, he helped produce 52 Academic All-Conference players, while the team earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award.
Cherbonnier also had coaching stints with Bishop T.K. Gorman High School, All-Saints Episcopal School, Tulsa Soccer Club and Azzurri Soccer Club.
Cherbonnier has earned his NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping Diploma.
A native of College Station, Texas, Cherbonnier earned his bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in kinesiology from UT-Tyler in 2012.
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