Will Glenn was named Georgia's associate head coach in July 2008 after serving as an assistant for the Bulldogs since 2005. The 2012 season was Glenn's seventh on the coaching staff with the Bulldogs compiling an impressive record of 185-25 (.881) during his tenure. The 2012 season saw Glenn win his second ITA Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year honor in three seasons, also earning the prestigious honor in 2010.
Since Glenn joined the Georgia staff, the Bulldogs have captured two NCAA titles, two USTA/ITA National Team Indoor titles and five SEC crowns. During that time nine Bulldogs have earned 18 All-America honors while 24 different Bulldogs have nabbed All-SEC honors under Glenn's guidance.
The Athens, Ga., native and Athens Academy product was a four-year letterwinner at Georgia. Glenn cracked the starting lineup in 2003 after walking on in 1998. He posted a career-best 10-3 singles record and a 7-3 doubles mark in 2000-01 and was co-captain of the 2003 squad.
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 and the couple has one son, Grady Montgomery, who was born in May 2012.
As An Assistant Coach at Georgia
2010 & 2011 NCAA Semifinalists
2007 & 2008 NCAA Champions
2006 NCAA Finalists
Two straight ITA Team Indoor National Championships (2006, '07)
Back-to-back-to-back SEC Regular Season and SEC Tournament Championships (2006, '07, '08)
Nine players earned 18 All-American Honors
24 players earned All-SEC Honors
John Isner named first two-time SEC Player of the Year
Before Coaching At Georgia
Worked as a tennis pro in Long Island, N.Y. at the Lloyd Neck Racquet Club and Perth, Australia at Dalkieth Tennis Club
Attended graduate school to study Human Resources and Organizational Development with a focus on Leadership
Worked as a graduate assistant with the UGA Career Center
Glenn As A Player
Four-year letterman under Coach Diaz at Georgia (1999, 2000, '02, '03)
Member of two National Championship teams (1999, 2001) and an NCAA finalist squad (2002)
Posted career-best marks of 10-3 (.796) in singles and 7-3 (.700) in doubles in 2000-01
Co-captain of the 2003 squad with Nicolas Boeker
Cracked the starting lineup in 2003 after walking on in 1998
Redshirted the 2001 season following a knee injury in 2000
Born August 10, 1979 in Athens, Ga.
Graduated from the University of Georgia in 2003 with a degree in Real Estate.
In 2007, completed Master's in Education in Human Resources and Organizational Development with a focus on leadership from UGA.
Graduated from Athens Academy.
Married the former Natalie Rittle on May 31, 2008.
First son, Grady Montgomery, was born in May 2012.