Glenn Marshall
    Glenn Marshall
    Last College:
    UConn '89, '93

    Director of Tennis

    21st Season


    Connecticut Falls to UMass 4-3

    Maxene Weinberg and Srna Stosljevic each earn two victories on the day


    UConn Men's Tennis Falls to Brown

    Carr and Harrell Win at One Doubles


    Men's Tennis Sweeps Hartford at Home, 7-0

    Wei Lin cruised at No. 2 singles, 6-0, 6-4.


    Men's Tennis Squad Handles BU, 5-2

    Huskies go 4-2 in singles action to claim the victory.


    Scott Warden to Lead the Huskies for 2011-12

    Scott Warden is a leader for UConn on and off the court.

    In his 16th season as the Director of Tennis at the University of Connecticut, Glenn Marshall enters his 21st season working with the tennis programs overall. He has served as the men's tennis team head coach since the 1992 season and took the helm of both the men's and women's programs in 1997.

    Throughout his tenure, the women's tennis team has continued to rise within the BIG EAST conference. In 2009-10, he led the team to a 7-11 record as the Huskies made their fourth consecutive appearance in the BIG EAST Tournament. In 2008-09, Marshall led the squad to a 9-11 record, finishing 12th at the conference championship.

    Marshall continues to look to guide the team back to a .500 record as he did in 2006-07 when UConn finished the year with an 11-11 record and a seventh-place finish at the conference tournament.

    Men's tennis concluded 2010 at 5-8, while picking up impressive wins over Boston University (6-1) and Villanova (4-3). The squad finished the 2008-09 season above .500, with an 8-7 record, for the first time since the 2000-01 (13-8) and reached the BIG EAST Tournament as well.

    Marshall was elected the president of the BIG EAST Tennis Coaches Association by his peers in 2004. In this position, he represents the interests of all of the BIG EAST tennis programs and facilitates the development of new conference rules and all the details pertaining to the conference championships.

    In the 2001 fall season, Marshall's men's and women's tennis teams combined for a 27-14 record, for a .659 winning-percentage, the highest for the women's program since he took over in the 1997-98 season. The women's tennis team captured the New England Championships that season. Individually, UConn took championships in five of the six singles brackets and two of the three doubles brackets at the New England Championships.

    Prior to that, Marshall led the men's tennis team to a 20-5 season in 1999-2000. Twenty wins set a single-season record for total wins while the Huskies capped off the season with a seventh place finish at the BIG EAST Championships. That year, UConn earned notable wins against Maryland, Georgetown, Seton Hall and Providence.

    Marshall has guided the men's tennis team to four championships, including in his first year as head coach. In the spring of 1993, he led the Huskies to the New England Championship with men's tennis capturing the ECAC Championship title that fall (1993). UConn defended each crown the following season, winning the New England Championship and the ECAC titles the following spring and fall of 1994.

    Off the court, Marshall has assisted in the research and development of tennis racquets for professional players at Bosworth International in Boca Raton, Fla.

    Marshall serves as the Director of Tennis at the Madison Beach Club during the summer months. He and the staff at Madison instruct over 130 juniors and run an extensive adult program that includes USTA league play and lessons.

    He attended Keene State College in New Hampshire for a year prior to transferring to the University of Connecticut in the fall of 1986. He was a three-year letterwinner with the men's tennis program at UConn, graduating in 1989 with a bachelor's of fine arts degree in music. Marshall was the top singles and doubles player for the Huskies and was voted the team captain for the 1988-89 season. He completed his master's degree in sport management in 1993.

    Marshall resides in his hometown of Glastonbury, Conn., with his wife, Carolyn, and their two children, Carter (16) and Christine (14).