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Will Glenn, Associate Head Coach

Will GlennWill Glenn was named associate head coach in July 2008 after serving as an assistant for the Bulldogs since 2005.

In 2010 he was named the ITA National Assistant Coach of the year as he helped Georgia to the NCAA semifinals for the fourth time in five seasons and an overall record of 21-8, while junior Javier Garrapiz reached the singles championships as an individual for the first time in his career.

Since joining the Georgia staff, the Bulldogs have compiled an impressive mark of 135-16 (.894) including winning two NCAA national titles, two USTA/ITA National Team Indoor titles and three SEC crowns. During his tenure, seven Bulldogs have earned 14 All-America honors including Nate Schnugg and Jamie Hunt in 2009 and Garrapiz in 2010. Also, 17 Bulldogs have nabbed All-SEC honors.

In 2009, Glenn traveled with former player John Isner to the Australian Open and several tournaments leading up to it including Brisbane, Auckland and Melbourne as his coach.

Prior to coaching at Georgia, Glenn served as a tennis pro at the Lloyd Neck Racquet Club in Long Island, N.Y., and Dalkieth Tennis Club in Perth, Australia.

Glenn earned two degrees from the University of Georgia, receiving his bachelor's degree in real estate in 2003 and his master's in human resources and organizational development with a focus on leadership in 2007.

He is married to the former Natalie Rittle who is Director of Alumni Relations at the Terry College of Business at UGA.

As An Assistant Coach at Georgia, Coach Glenn helped Georgia teams to two NCAA Championships (2007 & 2008), an NCAA finals (2006) and semifinals (2010). Georgia also won two straight ITA Team Indoor National Championships (2006, and 2007) and won back-to-back-to-back SEC regular season and SEC tournament championships (2006, 2007, 2008).

The Athens, Georgia native and Athens Academy product was a four-year letter-winner at Georgia. A member of two National Championship teams (1999, 2001)and an NCAA finalist squad (2002). Glenn posted career-best marks of 10-3 (.796) in singles and 7-3 (.700) in doubles in 2000-2001. He served as co-captain of the 2003 squad with Nicolas Boeker. He cracked the starting lineup in 2003 after walking on in 1998 and redshirted the 2001 season following a knee injury in 2000.

John Isner on Coach Glenn:

  • "I can honestly say without Will's help while I was at Georgia, I would not be where I am right now. Will knows what he is doing, believe me because he has really brought to the level that I am at now."
  • "My four years here really set me up for what I am right now in the pro ranks. Without that, I wouldn't be sitting here number 18 in the world. That's for sure."
  • "Will was huge and still is huge to my success today. I email and call him every other day really even when I am out on the road. Will really knows what it takes to build an elite player."