Averaged 2.4 kills per game for the Tigers at outside hitter...Once again had her best showing in the Conference USA tournament, where she recorded a career-high 17 kills against DePaul to advance the Tigers to the second round...Paced the Tigers on defense with 3.3 digs per game...Finished the C-USA regular season in eighth place in the digs category with 3.72 digs per game against conference opponents...Glenn played her best defensive game of the season against Saint Louis, where she recorded 33 digs, a new career high...Aced 33 serves in the 1998 season, the third highest on the team.
Averaged 1.7 kills and 2.2 digs per game…Finished 1997 season with 200 kills and 260 digs…Had nine games with double-digit kills and 10 with double-digit digs…Had a career high 17 digs against UAB…Had five double-doubles during the 1997 season, two of which came in the Conference USA tournament…Peaked at the perfect time in the Conference USA tournament, averaging 13 kills and 14.5 digs per game…Recorded 13 kIlls and 12 digs against eventual Conference USA champion Houston in the Conference USA tournament…Had a season high 14 kills against Denver in the Montana State Invitational.
Registered 243 kills during the 1996 season...Recorded a career-best 16 kills during the UAB match...Finished the season with 202 total digs, including a season high 15 against Arkansas State...Played in all 33 matches...A natural outside hitter, Glenn saw much of her time at the middle blocker position...Her best game of the season came against MTSU when she recorded a double-double with 10 kills and 12 digs.
At Liverpool High School
Lettered four years in volleyball...Besides being a standout on the volleyball court, she was also a four-year letterwinner on the soccer field...Led her Liverpool volleyball team to the New York sectional championship and regional championship during the 1993 campaign...Was a member of the Winter State champions from 1993-1995...Was a member of the Empire State Games team from 1995-1996...Her team received a bronze medal during the Empire State games...For her performance on the court, she earned second-team all league honors during her freshman and sophomore seasons... Garnered all-league and all-state honors following her junior and senior seasons...She was named Liverpool High School’s Most Valuable Player after the 1996 season...Recorded 680 kills, 84 blocks and 175 aces during her career
Born February 9, 1978, in Utica, New York...Daughter of John Glenn and Diane Johnson...Majoring in fashion merchandising.
Glenn's Career Statistics
17 vs. DePaul (11/19/98)
vs. Samford (11/11/99)
49 vs. UNC Charlotte (9/27/98)
33 vs. Saint Louis (9/25/98)
4, three times; last vs. Samford University (09/18/99)
1, four times; last vs. UT-Martin (09/14/99)