Jaime Gluesing, an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at High Point University for the past four seasons, has been hired as an assistant coach for Wisconsin women’s basketball, head coach Marisa Moseley announced.
Gluesing, who played collegiately at Florida Gulf Coast University, brings vast experience in Division I coaching and recruiting.
“I’m excited and grateful to join coach Marisa Moseley and the Badger family,” exclaimed Gluesing. “Her leadership and knowledge of the game has already had a significant impact on the program. I can’t wait to get to work with the staff and our student-athletes to build upon that success.”
In 2020-21, Gluesing helped lead High Point to its third Big South regular-season championship and first-ever Big South Tournament title. The Panthers made their NCAA Tournament debut that season, finishing with a record of 22-7, including 17-3 in conference play.
“I am thrilled to be able to announce the hiring of Jaime Gluesing to round out our staff!” Moseley said. “Jaime is a rising star in the business who has had tremendous success as a player and as a coach in her career thus far. Jaime’s kind heart and infectious spirit will be a great addition to our program. Badger Nation, please help me welcome Jaime back home to the Midwest as she joins us on our quest for championships!”
Before her time at High Point, Gluesing coached at the UW-Milwaukee from 2016-19. She began her tenure at Milwaukee as a graduate assistant and worked her way up to assistant coach/recruiting coordinator under Badger alumna Kyle Rechlicz (nee Black). She aided the Panthers in earning 21 wins and an at-large bid to the WNIT in 2017-18. In 2016-17, Milwaukee tied the program record with 22 wins and notched the first two postseason victories in the program’s history on the road to the WBI semifinals. The Badgers faced Gluesing and the Panthers in the 2018-19 season, earning a 68-57 win.
Gluesing played for the FGCU women’s basketball team from 2012-16. She started 62 contests for the team. The Eagles qualified for postseason play in all four of her seasons, including two trips to the NCAA Tournament and a run to the 2016 WNIT Championship Game her senior year.
Gluesing graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2016, earning a degree in Business Management with a concentration in Sports Management. She then went on to earn her masters in Administrative Leadership from UW-Milwaukee in 2018.Big Ten