Glen Moser

Glen MoserCoach • Inducted 2005

Glen Moser was the driving force behind the tremendous success of Johnson County Community College tennis since taking over the program in the fall of 1978. In his 36 seasons, Moser had over 1,300 wins in his career and that success, combined with his longevity, made Moser one of the winningest coaches in collegiate tennis. Aside from his sterling win-loss record, Moser led his teams to a combined 56 national tournament appearances, including 36 top 10 finishes, and 22 Region VI titles. Individually he coached 36 NJCAA All-Americans, 33 ITA All-Americans and 271 Region VI champions.  In 1992, he was selected by his peers as the recipient of the Herschel Stephens Coaching Award, which recognizes outstanding service and dedication to the NJCAA Tennis Coaches Association. In the spring of 2001, Moser received his coaches association's highest honor, as he was inducted into the NJCAA Men’s Tennis Hall of Fame at a banquet prior to the start of the 2001 NJCAA Men’s Tennis Championship. Two years later, he earned induction into the NJCAA Women’s Tennis Hall of Fame. Later that year, Moser was honored as the Wilson ITA Women’s Coach of the Year. In 2014, his final season, Moser was selected the 2014 Men's Junior College Coach of the Year by Wilson and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). His women's team won an academic national championship.  Moser was also been active on the national level of junior college tennis. In May of 2000, Moser was selected as vice president of the NJCAA Tennis Coaches Association. In May of 2002, he took over as president.