|Last School:||Richmond Academy|
Glenn's Career Game Highs
|Points||21 - Kennesaw State (02/16/13)|
|Rebounds||17 - ETSU (01/27/12)|
|Assists||7 - Kennesaw State (02/16/13)|
|Steals||3 - Seven times|
|Blocks ||3 - FGCU (02/23/12)|
|FG Made||8 - Four times|
|FG Att.||11 - Six times|
|3FG Made||1 - Three times|
|3FG Att.||2 - Twice|
|FT Made||6 - Three times|
|FT Att.||9 - at Jacksonville (01/16/12)|
2012-13: Was the only Spartan to start all 33 games … Named to the College Sports Madness Atlantic Sun All-Conference fourth team … Finished second on the team and 24th in the Atlantic Sun with 10.5 points per game … Scored a career-high 21 points and dished out a career-best seven assists in a victory over Kennesaw State (Feb. 16) … Hit 144-of-245 field goal attempts to pace the conference with a .588 field goal percentage … Posted a .625 field goal percentage in 17 games and featured a four-game stretch where he shot 76.7 percent from the field … Was a perfect 6-for-6 in a win over Utah State and 7-for-7 in a victory over ETSU (Jan. 28) … Ranked first on the team and second in the conference with 8.1 rebounds per game … Pulled down a season-high 15 rebounds in Upstate’s victory over North Florida (Jan. 24) … Registered a season-best eight offensive rebounds at Santa Clara (Nov. 20) … Posted nine games in which he tallied at least 10 rebounds … Finished the season with five double-doubles … Led the Atlantic Sun with 3.7 offensive rebounds per game … Averaged 26.2 minutes per game.
2011-12: Played in 34 games, starting 32 of those as a sophomore for the Spartans… Averaged 9.5 points per game and 7.3 rebounds per contest… Led the A-sun in offensive rebounds at 3.8 per game and finished fourth in the league in total rebounds per contest… Finished the year ranked 30th in the league in scoring, 9th in field goal percentage at 52.3, and tallied three double-doubles… Received a pair of A-Sun Player of the Week honors… Picked up first award on Nov. 22 following a 19-point and seven rebound performance against Texas State… Honored again from the league office on Dec. 20 after back-to-back double-doubles on the road at Stetson and FGCU… Notched a career-high 19 points against Texas State on Nov. 20, and pulled down a career-high 17 rebounds against ETSU on Jan. 20… Blocked a career-high three shots at FGCU on Feb. 23... Received the Conrad Award for Strength & Conditioning and the team's Spartan Award at the department’s annual Coca-Cola Awards Banquet.
2010-11: Glenn appeared in 27 games, making 16 starts and averaged 5.4 points and 5.6 rebounds per contest as a redshirt freshman... Ranked fourth in the A-Sun in offensive rebounds (2.52 orpg) and 16th in rebounding... In conference only games, Glenn finished sixth in the conference in offensive rebounds (2.68 orpg) and 19th in rebounding (5.5 rpg)... Scored seven points and grabbed seven rebounds against Wofford (Nov. 18) at the Charleston Classic... Against Coastal Carolina (Nov. 19) on day two of the Charleston Classic, Glenn fell just short of a double-double with a career-best 10 rebounds and nine points... Was on pace for a double-double against East Carolina (Nov. 21) on the final day of the Charleston Classic... Glenn had six points and seven rebounds against the Pirates before exiting early in the second half due to a hand injury... Missed three games as a result of the injury and returned to limited action against N.C. State (Dec. 11) and Campbell (Dec. 16)... Had seven points and seven rebounds at Kennesaw State (Jan. 3)... Scored in double figures for the first time of his career at Mercer (Jan. 5) as he finished with 10 points and grabbed five rebounds... Recorded a career-high four assists to go along with seven points and six rebounds against Stetson (Jan. 8)... Had nine rebounds, eight points and three assists at ETSU (Jan. 25)... Pulled in eight rebounds against Mercer (Jan. 29)... Scored a career-high 16 points behind a career-best five field goals against Jacksonville (Feb. 13)... Also grabbed nine rebounds against the Dolphins... Finished with nine points and six rebounds at Lipscomb (Feb. 19)... Tied a career-mark with five made field goals at Belmont (Feb. 21)... Posted 12 points and five rebounds against the Bruins.
2009-10: Sidelined due to a foot injury suffered during preseason... Sat out the season and received a redshirt.
Before USC Upstate: A standout power forward for coach Steve Nobles at Richmond Academy... The Region III-4A Player of the Year as a senior... Led the Musketeers into the semifinals of the 4A state tournament for the first time since 1957... Richmond finished a very successful season with a 31-4 record... Earned team MVP honors... Averaged 15.7 points, 12.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.0 steals per game... Named the Augusta Chronicle’s All-Area Player of the Year... A first team 4A All-State selection... A three-year member of the varsity squad at Richmond Academy... a key reserve as a sophomore... Cracked the starting lineup as a junior... Averaged 14 points, 11 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.3 blocked shots and a steal per game... Helped lead Richmond to the Region III-4A championship and an appearance in the final 16 of the state tournament as a sophomore... Led the Musketeers to an appearance in the state quarterfinals as a junior... Led the Musketeers to a 55-15 record and averaged a double-double the last two years... Also played AAU ball for coach Greg Williams on Team Power out of Augusta.
Personal: Born on May 1, 1990 in Detroit, Mich… Son of Ricardo Glenn and Cherise Barnes… Has two brothers and one sister… Majoring in interdisciplinary studies… Favorite quote is “If you fall eight times, get up nine”… Favorite food is ribs… Favorite movie is “Paid in Full”… Favorite actress Halle Berry… Enjoys watching anything on ESPN… Favorite song is “Count My Money Backwards”… Favorite season is fall… Hero growing up was his father… Most admires his grandmother, Shirley Fisher… Aspires to play professional basketball.
Ricardo Glenn's Career Statistics (4 years)
|2009-10||(Redshirted, did not see any action)|