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Glenn Dolton

Physical Education Teacher

Upper Moreland School District

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Upper Moreland School District

2900 Terwood Road

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania,19090

United States

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

Messiah College


Head Boys Basketball Coach

William Tennent High School


Web References(28 Total References)


2002 Article about Coach Dolton

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WARMINSTER - Fifteen years ago, as a student trainer at Messiah College in Grantham, Pa., Glenn Dolton used to sit on the bench with the Messiah men's basketball team, and he often found himself yelling instructions to players.
"The head trainer said, 'You can't do that,' " Dolton said. "I said, 'Well, then I can't be here.' " That was the moment Dolton knew he wanted to be a basketball coach, and his four seasons at William Tennent's head boys coach, this season in particular, have validated his vocation. The Panthers' victory total has increased every year since Dolton arrived, and under him, the school's program has improved to arguably the highest point in its history. Tennent is 23-3, has won the Suburban One League Colonial Division championship, and can advance to the semifinals of the PIAA District One Class AAAA tournament if it defeats Upper Dublin tonight (7) at Hatboro-Horsham High School. "In the last couple years, we've had tremendous chemistry," Dolton, 36, said after Tennent's Thursday afternoon practice. "The kids care about each other. They hang out together. They like each other. It's amazing how it evolves." Tennent's program could do nothing but evolve when Dolton took the job in 1998. In his first season, the Panthers went 2-22 and were the Colonial Division's last-place team. "I always felt there were good players here," said Dolton, a physical education teacher in the Upper Moreland School District. "He's changed," said Tennent senior guard Frank Moultrie, Dolton's only four-year varsity player. After DelVal, Dolton was an assistant at Tennent for two years under Cecil Mosenson, then succeeded him.


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Dolton steps down as Tennent coachThere was a time not too long ago when Glenn Dolton was on vacation, when his wife and three children were headed to the beach while he stayed behind to watch DVDs of basketball drills and clinics."I turned a part-time job," he said, "into a full-time job."And with a daughter about to enter high school, a son in middle school and playing sports and another daughter in the third grade, Dolton decided it was time, after nine seasons of mixed success in Warminster, to devote more of his time and energy to them.He submitted his letter of resignation to athletic director Lou Pacchioli on Monday.He had broken the news to his players last week at his annual summer camp after initially broaching the subject with Pacchioli the week before."I've been in it for 20 years," Dolton said."It was just one of those things where I'm just making sure I'm being with my own kids."Dolton, 42, said the job had grown more difficult since he first started, citing things like the preparation of scouting reports to monitoring players' academic progress to occasional difficult situations with fans.A physical education teacher at Upper Moreland Intermediate School, Dolton also said juggling these responsibilities was all the more tricky because he wasn't in the building around his players during the day."I'm sitting there thinking I'm really dealing with all of that stuff, and it was all I thought about," he said."It was consuming me."Dolton did make certain to say his departure had nothing to do with his players."I love the guys; I love the coaching," said Dolton, a head coach at Lower Moreland for four seasons before coming to Tennent.In 1998-99, Dolton took over a program that had been a bottom-feeder for much of the previous decade.While his first team won just two games, the Panthers soon turned around.Dolton gave an endorsement to Robert Mulville, a freshman team coach last season who was set to work with the junior varsity this winter, but it is not known whether Mulville will apply.Dolton also said he planned to coach again at some point."Hopefully," he said, "I'll be back in the near future."


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There was a time not too long ago when Glenn Dolton was on vacation when his wife and three children were headed to the beach while he stayed behind to watch DVDs of basketball drills and clinics."I turned a part-time job," he said, "into a full-time job."And with a daughter about to enter high school, a son in middle school and playing sports and another daughter in the third grade, Dolton decided it was time, after nine seasons of mixed success in Warminster, to devote more of his time and energy to them.He submitted his letter of resignation to athletic director Lou Pacchioli on Monday.He had broken the news to his players last week at his annual summer camp after initially broaching the subject with Pacchioli the week before."I've been in it for 20 years," Dolton said."It was just one of those things where I'm just making sure I'm being with my own kids."Dolton, 42, said the job had grown more difficult since he first started, citing things like the preparation of scouting reports to monitoring players' academic progress to occasional difficult situations with fans.A physical education teacher at Upper Moreland Intermediate School, Dolton also said juggling these responsibilities was all the more tricky because he wasn't in the building around his players during the day."I'm sitting there thinking I'm really dealing with all of that stuff and it was all I thought about," he said."It was consuming me."Dolton did make certain to say his departure had nothing to do with his players."I love the guys; I love the coaching," said Dolton, a head coach at Lower Moreland for four seasons before coming to Tennent.In 1998-99, Dolton took over a program that had been a bottom-feeder for much of the previous decade.While his first team won just two games, the Panthers soon turned around.Dolton gave an endorsement to Robert Mulville, a freshman team coach last season who was set to work with the junior varsity this winter, but it is not known whether Mulville will apply.Dolton also said he planned to coach again at some point."Hopefully," he said, "I'll be back in the near future."


Contact Coach Dolton

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Glenn Dolton Basketball Camp
625 Topsfield Road Hatboro, PA 19040 Phone: 215-284-9695 Email: gdolton11@verizon.net


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Glenn Dolton Basketball Camp
625 Topsfield Road Hatboro, PA 19040 Call Coach Dolton @ 215-284-9695


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