Dan Guerrero was UC Irvine’s Director of Athletics from 1992-2002. Guerrero was instrumental in fostering two successful student referendums that helped provide enhanced scholarship funding for all sports and the addition of women's water polo, women's golf, women's indoor track and the reintroduction of baseball. In his final five years, he was the driving force behind $38 million of newly constructed or renovated facilities. These projects included a newly renovated track and soccer complex, a 64-meter competitive swimming pool, a baseball stadium and the Anteater Recreation Center, one of the premier recreation centers in the country. Other highlights included the re-establishment of the UC Irvine Athletics Hall of Fame and the debut of the UCI Varsity Club as well as Community and Youth Programs division. Since 2002, Guerrero has been the Director of Athletics at UCLA. During his tenure, he has guided the Bruins athletic program to 27 national championships in 14 different sports, a national leader. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, Guerrero oversaw the athletic program at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Guerrero earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration in 1982 from Cal State Dominguez Hills and received his B.A. from UCLA in 1974 while playing second base for the Bruin baseball team for four years.