Dan is currently maybe the best Romanian coach into activity.
His professional coaching career truly started in 2008, when he took over the newly promoted CSM Satu Mare team and, having the objective to finish in the 8th place and advance to the playoffs, Dan took the team to win the Bronze medals in the 2008/2009 season.
In the next season 2009/2010, having objective to finish no less than 6th place with CSM Satu Mare, Dan has finished 4th in championship and has won the Silver medals in the Romanian Cup also finishing 4th in the Central European Women League.
In the 2010/2011 season, he stayed at CSM Satu Mare having objective to finish no less than 4th place and Dan Fleşeriu once again overachieved, winning the Silver medals in Championship and in the Romanian Cup.
In the 2011/2012 season, having the same objective he finished again wining the Silver medals in the Championship, as well as winning the Bronze medals in the Central European Women League.
In the 2012/2013 season, having the same objective as in the previous two years, he had won the Bronze medal in the championship. In this season, the team he coached played Eurocup, but was placed in a group with Chevakata Vologda (which advanced to the semifinals of Eurocup that season) and Lattes Montpellier (which advanced to the Final Eight and was defeated by Dynamo Moscova, which won the Eurocup in that year), finishing the group in 3rd place.
In the 2013/2014 season he signed with the Romanian powerhorse C.S.M. Targovişte and, in a season in which the objective was not necessarily winning the championship, Dan once again overachieved and won the Romanian Championship after defeating in 4 games out of 5 the rivals of ICIM Arad. As well, in the Romanian Cup he had won the Bronze medal.
He coached the Romanian Women National Team in 2012 as well as the Romanian U18 and U20 National Teams in 2010 and 2013. With the Romanian U18 National Team, he achieved the best performance in recent years, coaching in 2010 the team that won the European Championship U18 Division B, winning the gold medals and advancing Romania to the Division A of the European Championship. For this achievment, he had been named All-European Championships U18 Best Coach by the website Eurobasket.com
In addition to this award, he has corralled multiple others, including All Star Game honours in 2009, 2010, 2012; Romanian Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2014 .
Dan is a hard worker and breaths through basketball. He is a modern coach, which likes to mix up a lot of defences styles, being one of the few coaches that uses complicated defensive plays (1-3-1 zone; 2-2-1 zone; half court traps; diverse pressing plays) .
He has an excellent professional relationship with his players, relationship that can be carried out in the best way because of Dan’s personality and of his excellent physiological skills, given the fact that Dan has a Bachelor Degree in Psychology.
2006-2007: Magic Sibiu (D1) women team
2008-2009: CSM Satu Mare (D1) women team
2009-2010: CSM Satu Mare (D1) women team
2010-2011: CSM Satu Mare (D1) women team
2011-2012: CSM Satu Mare (D1) women team
2012-2013: CSM Satu Mare (Division A) women team
2013-2014: CSM Targoviste (Liga Nationala) women team
2014-2015: CS Municipal Targoviste (Liga Nationala) women team
2015-2016: CSU Sibiu (Liga Nationala) men team
2016-2017: CSU Sibiu (Liga Nationala) men team
2017-2018: CSU Atlassib Sibiu (Liga Nationala)
2018-2019: BC CSU Sibiu (Liga Nationala)
2019-2020: BC CSU Sibiu (Liga Nationala)
Head Coach: Romanian League All-Star Game -09, 10, 12, 19
Eurobasket.com All-Romanian League Coach of the Year -09, 14, 15
Romanian League Semifinals -09, 13, 17, 18
Head Coach: Romanian U18 Women National Team -10
European Championships U18 Division B for Women in Timisoara (Romania) -10 (Gold)
Eurobasket.com All-European Championships U18 Division B Best Coach -10
Romanian Cup Finalist -11
Romanian League Regular Season Champion -11, 18
Romanian League Finalist -11, 12, 19
Head Coach: Romanian Women National Team -12
Head Coach: Romanian Women U20 National Team -13
European Championships U20 Division B for Women in Albena (Bulgaria) -13
Romanian Cup Semifinals -14
Romanian League Champion -14, 15
Romanian League Regular Season Runner-Up -15, 17
Romanian Cup Winner -19
Romanian League Group Red Champion -19
Head Coach: Romanian U20 National Team -19
European Championships U20 Division B in Matosinhos (Portugal) -19