VIDEO: '03 HEAD COACH MIKE DANIELS INTRODUCTION TO THE PUBLIC
The Princeton City School District announced Mike Daniels as the Varsity Football Coach during a press
conference on Thursday, March 22 at Princeton High School.
A 2003 Princeton graduate, Daniels dazzled the Princeton Community on and off the field during his high
school career. He was named the 2002 Ohio Division I Offensive Player of the Year and Cincinnati
Enquirer Player of the Year. Daniels holds and shares school records in Most Passing Attempts (51), Most
Yards Gained Passing (448), Most Touchdown Passes Thrown (5), Most Touchdown Scored (5), Most
Regular Season Passing Attempts (355), Most Regular Season Passes Completed (191), Most Regular
Season Gained Passing (2,564), Most Regular Season Touchdown Passes Thrown (21), Most Regular
Season Touchdowns Scored (24), and Most Regular Season Total Yards Offense (3, 951).
The Princeton Athletic Department inducted Mike in the Class of 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame.
Mike is married to Dr. Yelandra Daniels, a family physician, whose father is former Cincinnati Reds first
baseman, Lee May. He is stepfather to Simon, a PhD student at Northwestern University; Paul, an assistant
manager for Enterprise, and Arielle, a chemical engineer currently doing research at the University of
Cincinnati. He is a father figure to his nephew Keith, who will graduate from high school this Spring.
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