Dario Hernandez
    Dario Hernandez

    Assistant Coach

    3rd Season


    Women's Basketball Staff #Chillin4Charity

    Susan Robinson Fruchtl and staff accept cold water challenge to support Kay Yow Cancer Fund.


    Men's and Women's Basketball Visit Kent Hospital

    Players and coaches visited the hospital June 20.


    Women's Basketball Continues Community Service Efforts

    Friars volunteer at 4th Annual Get Off Your Can 5K To End Hunger.


    Jen Wasson And Lynne-Ann Kokoski Join Women's Basketball Staff

    Head Coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl fills final two positions on her staff.

    Dario Hernandez embarks on his third season as an assistant coach at Providence College during the 2014-15 campaign. Hernanadez came to Providence College after one season as an assistant coach under Robinson Fruchtl at Saint Francis (Pa.) (2011-12).

    During his tenure with Saint Francis, Hernandez was responsible for point guard development, and coordinated the program's coaching clinic and team camp. Additionally, he assisted with the scout team and recruiting.

    Hernandez also spent one season as an assistant coach of the women's basketball team at Adelphi University in Garden City, N.Y. While with the Panthers, he was very active with the program's recruiting and scouting.

    Hernandez received his bachelor's degree in recreation from Shaw University, where he also served as a student manager for the men's basketball team. As a manager, he assisted with individual workouts and player development, filmed games for the coaching staff, was solely responsible for perimeter player development and tutored players in a number of subjects.

    Hernandez also served as a coach and counselor at several basketball camps, including Coach K's Duke Basketball Camp and Gary Williams' Basketball Camp. In addition to his coaching experience, Hernandez played one season for Schenectady County Community College and Southern Vermont College.

    A native of Corona, N.Y., Hernandez worked at Big Apple Basketball in New York where he served as a coach, administrative assistant and an academic coordinator. He handled administrative duties and statistics for all summer league games, assisted with individual workouts and recruiting, managed players strength and conditioning workouts in the off-season and monitored academic grade reports.