Glenn Gutierrez concluded his seventh season as the men's basketball coach at Washington & Jefferson College in 2012-13.
The 2006-07 Presidents' Athletic Conference Coach of the Year owns an 89-103 career record and has led the Presidents to the conference tournament semifinals six times.
During his first three years, Washington & Jefferson won 14 or more games in consecutive seasons for the first time in school history.
Gutierrez helped W&J win its first postseason championship in school history as the Presidents claimed the 2009 ECAC Division III South Championship. Washington & Jefferson finished with a 20-10 overall record, marking only the second time in school history the program has recorded 20 wins.
During his first two years on campus, Gutierrez guided the Presidents to back-to-back PAC Tournament championship games.
Gutierrez played a role in the development of Matt Drakeley '10, who earned a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship after becoming the school's all-time wins leader by a player. 2013 graduate Zach Bellhy became the first player in school history to record a pair of 500-plus point seasons and finished his career as the fourth-leading scorer in school history.
Gutierrez's 2006-2007 squad became just the 13th team in school history to win 13 or more games in a single season. The 14 wins were also the most victories by a W&J men's basketball team since the 1993-94 season. Gutierrez also played a vital role in helping Jon Koch '07 earn the PAC Player of the Year Award.
Gutierrez brought 21 years of experience as a Division I and II assistant coach to the W&J campus. At the Division I level, he has coached at Duquesne, Eastern Michigan, Robert Morris, Charleston Southern and Winthrop. He also spent nine seasons in the Division II Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference as an assistant coach at California (Pa.).
During the 2005-2006 season, Gutierrez worked as the Director of Basketball Operations at Duquesne University where he was involved in the administration of the program, including recruiting, scheduling, travel, equipment and film.
Prior to his year at Duquesne, Gutierrez worked five years (2000-2005) as an assistant coach under Jim Boone at Eastern Michigan University. He took the lead role in scouting, film breakdown and academic monitoring, while also assisting with the recruiting efforts.
From 1996-2000, Gutierrez was an assistant coach at Robert Morris University under Boone. He also coached nine seasons at California (Pa.) and one year at Charleston Southern (1986-87) and Winthrop (1985-86).
Gutierrez has directed Jim Boone’s Winning Edge Basketball Camps for 18 years. He is a 1985 graduate of West Liberty State College and also earned a master’s degree in geography and regional planning from California (Pa.) in 1989.