Dana M. Evans (May 19, 1874 – November 28, 1924) was an American athlete, coach and athletics administrator. He played football and baseball at Boston University. For ten years, he directed the Denver Athletic Club's activities. In 1904, he accepted a position as wrestling, basketball and gymnastics coach at Cornell University. He was the athletic director and head basketball coach at Beloit College from 1910 to 1914. He was the head basketball coach at Indiana University (1917–18 through 1918–19 seasons) and Northwestern University (1921–22 season). He compiled a career record of 46–32 in six seasons as a head basketball coach. He was also the head track coach at Indiana. He resigned from his position at Indiana in August 1919 to accept a position as the head of the department of physical education at Northwestern. He suffered a nervous breakdown in September 1924 and died of a heart attack in November 1924.
24.09.2010 BDG I am SO psyched to feature one of my best friends and kicka$$ entrepreneurs, DanaEvans! For those of you who have had the pleasure of meeting Dana you know there is no one quite like her. Dana is the Owner of the fabulous baby ...
31.07.2012 [All Things Digital] - Tagged with: Bessemer Venture Partners, board of directors, box, Brett Rochkind, cloud computing, DanaEvans, data centers, DFJ Growth, enterprise, Gary Reiner, General Atlantic, General Electric, Hewlett-Packard, HP, New Enterprise Associates, SAP
31.07.2012 [Montgomery Advertiser] - ... Montgomery, were also among those joining guests who celebrated until 8 p.m. They included Joyce and Kenny Hardin of Dora; Nicolas Arciniegas of Mountain Brook; Jeremy Joseph of Birmingham; DanaEvans of Mobile; and Janie Wall of Montgomery.
20.08.2012 [TCPalm] - BGM Creative. Pictured front row, from left, Pink Roses Michele Wilburn, Danielle Dominico, Katie McCarty, DanaEvans, Kelly Martindale, Cris Martin, Dana Davidson, and back row, from left, Jimmy Freitas, Chris Higgins and Chris Sheppard from Bottoms Up.
15.08.2012 [Baltimore Sun] - Lance's death was the 154th homicide of 312 in Baltimore that year. To many, the victims' names are insignificant, forgettable, but each held meaning to someone. DanaEvans had envisioned a life with Lance. They met at Walbrook and dated until his death.