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2015: (Game-by-game) All-Ivy Honorable Mention … Named Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District First-Team … Named one of the 10 finalist for the Senior CLASS Award … Was one of 24 national semifinalist for the Athletes for a Better World’s Wooden Citizenship Cup … Named Ivy League Pitcher of the Week (3/31) … Named Big 5 Pitcher of the Week (4/6) … Finished tied for seventh all-time in Penn baseball history in appearances by a pitcher, with 47 … Made nine appearances on the mound in 2015, all starts, finishing with a 4-3 record and a 3.12 ERA in 52.0 innings pitched … Led the team and was tied for second in the Ivy League, with 48 strikeouts, averaging 8.53 strikeouts per game … Led the team in complete games with five … Had wins over Harvard (3/30), Brown (4/5), Princeton (4/18), and Columbia (4/23) … Totaled seven strikeouts in a loss at Old Dominion (3/8) … Recorded eight strikeouts in 5.0 innings at Saint Joseph’s (3/24) … Picked up eight strikeouts at Brown (4/5) … Totaled a season-high nine strikeouts against Princeton (4/18).
2014: (Game-by-game) Honorable mention All-Ivy … Named Big 5 Co-Pitcher of the Week (4/22) … In his first full year as a starter, made eight starts and two relief appearances … Finished with a 5-2 record and a 3.46 ERA … Went 4-0 in Ivy appearances, with a 1.71 ERA in 31.2 innings pitched … Third on the team in strikeouts with 48 … Picked up his first win of the season versus Lafayette (3/22), throwing 7.0 innings, while striking out seven … Earned Ivy wins at Dartmouth (4/6) and against Cornell (4/13), allowing just one run in the two appearances … In a win over Princeton (4/20), struck out a career-high 10 batters in 6.0 innings, allowing no runs … In a must-win game for Penn versus Columbia to keep the Quakers Gehrig Division title hopes alive, he earned a complete-game, 3-2 victory (4/26) … Appearing in relief in the one-game playoff for the Gehrig Division title against Columbia (5/3), pitched 3.1 innings of scoreless baseball, allowing just one hit while striking out three in a 4-0 defeat.
2013: Named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association Mid-Season Stopper of the Year Watch List … Made 15 appearances out of the bullpen … Led the Ivy League and tied a single-season school record with eight saves … Threw a total of 18.1 innings, putting together an ERA of 4.42 … Struck out three in 2.2 innings of relief, earning his first save of the season at William & Mary (3/2) … Whiffed two more in one inning of work at Duke (3/5) … Earned second save, striking out two in 1.1 innings at Winthrop (3/8) … Picked up three saves consecutively, closing out Penn wins over Towson (3/13) and George Washington (3/16-17) … Was the Penn pitcher of record in both games against Lafayette, winning the seven-inning opener, but losing the nine-inning game despite throwing his longest outing of the season, striking out three over 3.0 innings (3/24) … Worked a perfect ninth inning against Harvard for the save, striking out two batters (3/31) … Faced one batter to close out a Penn win at La Salle (4/10) … Battled out of a bases-loaded situation to pick up the save against Princeton (4/13).
2012: Made 13 appearances on the mound and started twice with an ERA of 5.76 ... Also had 27 at-bats, notching five hits and four RBI ... Lasted 2.1 innings in relief but took the loss off an unearned run against Georgia State (3/3) ... Struck out four over 3.2 innings, allowing just two hits in a 7-5 win against Brown (4/2) ... Gave up no hits or runs in 3.0 innings at Harvard (4/8) ... Picked up his first career save, throwing 0.2 innings with a strikeout at Princeton (4/15) ... Went 1.1 innings, giving up one hit and striking out one in the Liberty Bell Classic championship game against Saint Joseph's (4/17). Went 1-for-5 and drove in two runs against Cornell (4/20).
High School: Four-year letterwinner in baseball, serving as team captain as a junior and senior...Preseason honorable mention All-American as a junior and third team All-American as a senior...All-county, all-conference and all-area first team as a sophomore and junior...All-state second team as a sophomore and junior...Member of National Honor Society as well as Student Council President as a senior.
Personal: Son of Laurie and Ron Glenn...Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
|Hometown:||Lake Worth, Fla.|
|High School:||Pope John Paul II|