Todd Glaser
Todd Glaser
Title: Head Coach
Phone: (715) 836-3093
Season: 9th Year
  • Became the Blugolds' 15th head coach in program history in March 2006
  • Finished first season as the Blugolds' head coach with 3-7 record but followed that with a 9-3 record in 2007 and team finished as the sixth most improved football team in NCAA Division III.
  • Guided the Blugolds to a NCAA Division III playoff appearance in 2007 for only the second time in program history (previous appearance was in 1998)
  • Blugolds finished second in WIAC in 2007 and third in 2008
  • Received WIAC Coach of the Year and WFCA College Coach of the Year honors in 2007
  • Served as Marietta College (Ohio) head coach from 2003-05.
    • Finished with a 13-17 overall record at Marietta
    • Guided Marietta to its first back-to-back non-losing seasons in 10 years
    • Named Ohio Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2004 when Marietta finished with a 6-4 mark
    • Increased the Pioneers' squad size from 48 to 125 players during his three seasons
    • Involved in a drive that raised $2 million for a new football field, new football locker room, new softball field and new soccer field
    • Was also the assistant director of the M-Team, which is the athletics' fund-raising arm of the college
  • Played football for the Blugolds four seasons (1987-90) under head coach Jim Lind
    • Served as team co-captain in 1990
    • Accumulated 199 career tackles as a defensive lineman
    • His younger brothers (Tyler and Chad) also played football for the Blugolds
  • Served as a student assistant for Lind for one season after finishing up his eligibility and then assisted Greg Polnasek for three seasons after he graduated
  • Assistant coach under Bob Nielson for two years (1997 and 1998), serving as linebacker coach and strength and conditioning coordinator
  • During his final two years as the defensive coordinator (2001 and 2002), the Blugolds produced 8-2 season records, shared the WIAC championship in 2001 and had the second-ranked defense in yardage allowed both years
  • Head coach for Neillsville High School football team for the 1995 and 1996 campaigns
  • Married to Michelle; Has three children, one son (Sam) and two daughters (Ella and Greta)

Last Updated: 8/13/14