No stranger to the University of South Florida athletics department,
Scott Glaser continues his relationship with the University as Associate
Director of Athletics for Facilities and Event Management. He is in his
second year in his current position and has been with the athletics
department since 2000.
Presently, Glaser is responsible for all planning, coordination and
execution associated with the USF Athletic District Master Plan.
Included in that is all planning with HOK, SportsPLAN Studio, Hunt
Construction, USF Facilities Planning and Construction, University
Administration and athletics department staff.
In addition, Glaser oversees all Sun Dome and athletics department
facilities and operations, and all capital projects. The USF Sun Dome is
a 10,500 seat arena that also includes a 1,000-seat auxiliary
Prior to his current position, Glaser held the position of Assistant
Director of Athletics for Facilities and Event Management from May 2005
to February 2006. During that time he was responsible for the oversight
of the department’s 104,000 square-foot athletics facility and 10-plus
acres of athletics fields. He also served as the liaison between the
University and the Tampa Sports Authority for all USF home football
games at Raymond James Stadium and assisted with the planning and
development of the proposed Athletic District Master Plan.
Glaser began his employment at USF as a Facilities and Event
Coordinator where he assisted with the oversight of all USF athletics
event and facilities, and served as a departmental liaison with the Sun
Dome. He also coordinated all security measures with the Tampa Sports
Commission as they pertained to USF home football games and supervised
the relocation of staff and student-athletes from seven facilities on
campus into the new intercollegiate athletics facility.
Glaser graduated from USF in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in
Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Her was a four-year letter winner on
the Bulls’ baseball team and was drafted in 1997 by the New York Yankees
and in 1998 by the Pittsburgh Pirates respectively, however remained in
school. He would play one season for the Hickory Crawdads of the South
Atlantic League following his graduation.