Glen Miller

Glen Miller (born August 20, 1961)

Current position: Acting head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Saint Joseph (CT) Blue Jays
Current conference: Great Northeast Athletic Conference (Div III)
Connecticut College record^: 95-58 (.621)
Brown record: 93-99 (.484)
Penn record: 45-52 (.464)
Saint Joseph (CT) record^: 0-0 (.000)
Overall record^: 233-209 (.527)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  1  (2007)
  • NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  1  (2003)
  • Ivy League Regular Season Champion:  1  (2007)
  • NCAA Division III Tournament Appearances:  2  (1998, 1999)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2021-present Saint Joseph (acting HC)
2018-2021 Saint Joseph (assoc. HC)
2010-2017 Connecticut (assoc. HC)
2006-2009 Penn
1999-2006 Brown
1993-1999 Connecticut College
1986-1993 Connecticut (asst)

Glen Miller Facts

  • Glen Miller
  • Born August 20, 1961
  • Hometown: Groton, Connecticut
  • Alma Mater: Northeastern University (BA)
  • Graduated from Fitch HS (CT) and played for head coach Dom Perno at Connecticut before transferring after two years
    • Played for Jim Calhoun at Northeastern and appeared in two NCAA Tournaments with the Huskies
  • Joined Calhoun‘s first coaching staff at UConn in 1986, serving as one of his assistants for seven seasons
    • Was part of three NCAA Tournaments and three NITs over that tenure, including a NIT title in 1988
  • Became the head coach at D-III Connecticut College in 1993, leading the Camels for six seasons
    • Improved the team from just 10 combined wins in his first two seasons to back-to-back D-III NCAA Tournament appearances in 1998 and 1999; the 1998-99 Camels won 28 games and reached the NCAA D-III Final Four
  • Left Conn College for Brown in 1999, coaching the Bears for seven seasons
    • Went 93-99 overall, reaching the program’s first-ever NIT in 2003 after winning 17 games for a second-straight year
  • Took over at Penn in 2006, leading the Quakers to an Ivy League title and NCAA bid in his first season
    • Was less successful in the next couple seasons and after starting the 2009-10 season 0-7, Miller was dismissed
  • Returned to UConn the following season, serving as Calhoun‘s associate head coach for his final two years at the helm
  • In 2018, Calhoun came out of retirement to launch the men’s basketball program at D-III Saint Joseph in Connecticut
    • Miller reunited with his mentor, coming on board as associate head coach for the Blue Jays
    • Following Calhoun’s retirement three games into the 2021-22 season, Miller was named acting head coach
  • Along with his wife, Yvonne, has four children

Glen Miller Coaching Tree

 

^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I and Division III levels

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