Head Coach at Westfield Since: 2003
2018: Led the Owls to a 5-2 mark in the conference and back to the MASCAC championship match for the first time since 2013
2013: Led the Owls to a MASCAC regular season and tournament championship, helping the women’s volleyball program make their fourth NCAA appearance in the last five years
Fred Glanville has led the Owls to four NCAA Tournament appearances. Playing a highly competitive schedule, he has guided the Owls to six MASCAC regular season championships, including five consecutive crowns (2007-2011) and a 20-13 overall record in 2010.
Westfield captured the MASCAC regular season and postseason tournament championships in 2013, 2011, 2010 and 2009, and in 2007 the Owls won the conference regular season championship for the first time in 20 years. Westfield shared the 2008 MASCAC regular season title with Bridgewater. Glanville also has led the Owls to two second and three third place finishes in the conference.
Glanville is a native of Ludlow, Mass., and has served as the head coach of both the boys' and girls' team at Ludlow High School. He was the girls' coach for five years, compiling an 82-29 record. His girls' team reached the Western Mass. finals four years and captured championships in 1998 and 2000.
Glanville has been the head coach of the Ludlow boys' team for the past 20 years. His teams have posted an aggregate record of 267-121; Ludlow won the Western Mass. title in 2001 and was runner-up in 2013