Greencastle, Ind. - Tucker Glass, assistant women's lacrosse coach at Hartwick College each of the last two years, has been named DePauw head women's lacrosse coach.
He helped the Hawks to a 13-18 record and 5-11 mark in the Empire 8, while assisting in all facets of the program. Glass also served as Hartwick's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee advisor.
Glass served as a governance intern at the NCAA during the 2013-14 year where he assisted in the daily operation of the office as a full-time post-graduate intern. He also assisted at the 2014 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship.
Prior to that he was a teacher and modified girl's lacrosse coach in the Oswego, N.Y., School District and led his team to an 11-2 record.
Glass earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from SUNY Plattsburgh and followed that with a Master of Science in adolescence education from Plattsburgh in December 2012.
A captain of the Plattsburgh lacrosse team. Glass was named to the 2012 State University of New York Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team in addition to earning conference all-academic honors in 2009 and 2010 and being named to the SUNYAC Commissioner's List in 2011.
Glass also was inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma Student-Athlete Honor Society and earned SUNY Plattsburgh's Provost's Award for the spring and fall of 2011. While recovering from a season-ending injury in 2010, Glass served as a volunteer assistant coach for the team.
Glass served as president of SUNY Plattsburgh's SAAC for two years and represented all student-athletes from the SUNYAC and Empire 8 conferences on the NCAA Division III SAAC. In that capacity, he attended the 2011, 2012 and 2013 NCAA Conventions.