Matt Dolan returned to his alma mater in 2014 and is in his fourth year with the Red Devil coaching staff. A 2011 graduate of Dickinson, Dolan had an outstanding playing career, leading the Red Devils to the Centennial Conference Championship game in 2011. Dolan proved as valuable on the sidelines as on the court, helping lead the Red Devils to a Centennial Conference title and the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament.
Dolan has played a key role in the development of the program as it has grown into a national contender. As a player, he led the Red Devils to a conference playoff appearance in 2008 and to the conference final as a senior.
Dolan was a team captain and voted the team’s Most Valuable Player in both the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons. He earned First-team All-Centennial Conference honors in 2011 and was twice selected to the Pizza-Hut Tip-Off All-Tournament Team. Dolan scored 923 points in his career and controlled 573 rebounds. His ranks in the school top ten with 69 blocked shots and ranks fifth in career games played at Dickinson with 101.
The Red Devils set a school record, winning 12 conference games in 2010-11 and were honored with the Collegiate Basketball Officials – Sam Schoenfeld Sportsmanship Award in 2011 as well.
Following graduation, Dolan accepted a position as the head coach of the freshman team and an assistant with the varsity at Germantown Academy. After a year at Germantown, he was offered the head varsity position at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School. He spent the past two seasons at Christopher Dock before accepting the position at Dickinson.
Dolan earned a degree in International Business and Management from Dickinson and is currently pursuing a degree in Secondary Education at Drexel University.