Tucker Glass was named the DePauw head women’s lacrosse coach in Aug. 2016, after spending the last two years as the assistant women’s lacrosse coach at Hartwick College (N.Y.).
Glass helped the Hawks to a 13-18 record and a 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 in Baltimore, Md.
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 senior 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 also 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.