Brian Alan Glencross, OAM (born 1 May 1941 in Narrogin, Western Australia) is a retired field hockey player and coach from Australia. As a member of the Australian National Men’s Hockey Team, he won a bronze medal and a silver medal at consecutive Olympic Games – the bronze at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan and the silver four years later, when Mexico City hosted the Games. As a player, he represented Australia from 1964 to 1974, playing in 93 games. He coached the Australian women’s hockey team from 1980 to 1992.
Coaching results at major tournaments:
- 1981: 4th – World Cup
- 1983: 3rd – World Cup
- 1984: 4th – Los Angeles Olympic Games
- 1986: 6th – World Cup
- 1987: 2nd – Champions Trophy
- 1988: 1st – Seoul Olympic Games
- 1989: 1st – Champions Trophy
- 1990: 2nd – World Cup
- 1991: 1st – Champions Trophy
- 1991: 5th – Barcelona Olympic Games
He was appointed the inaugural Australian Institute of Sport women’s coach in 1984 and held the position to 1995.