After serving as the Bears' starting QB his first six games at Missouri State last fall, Glaser will once again push for major playing time as a senior ... He threw for 207 yards and a touchdown in the Maroon and White Game (4/20/13), including a 71-yard TD pass.
2012: Averaged 193.2 yards passing in six starts in his first season at MSU ... Had a team high 4 rushing touchdowns and was second on the club in scoring (24) ... Completed 28-of-50 passes for 337 yards and a touchdown in home opener against Murray State (9/15/12) ... His 50 pass attempts against the Racers was an MSU single-game record ... Also registered his only tackle of the season against Murray State ... Passed for 257 yards in his Missouri State debut at No. 22 Kansas State (9/1/12) on 22-for-44 passing ... Posted his first of two TD pass on the season at No. 23 Louisville ... Registered season-best 49 rushing yards at No. 25 South Dakota State (9/29/12) to finish with 207 yards of total offense, including a touchdown ... Posted his third 20-completion game in four weeks against Southern Illinois (9/22/12) ... Helped Bears to come-from-behind win at No. 11 Illinois State with a 5-for-5 passing effort off the bench in the second half ... Was 17-for-19 through the air over MSU's last six games and was 7-for-7 as a backup ... Finished 10th in the MVFC in passing efficiency (95.79) and 13th in total offense (117.64) ... Was also the Bears' primary holder on field goals and PATs.
Missouri: Was 14-for-25 in the 2012 spring Black & Gold Game at Faurot Field, accumulating 213 yards and a pair of touchdowns ... Was MU's No. 3 quarterback coming out of spring drills ... Appeared in just one game with the Tigers, a 69-0 win over MVFC foe Western Illinois in 2011 in which he carried twice for 3 yards ... Was 14-for-17 in the 2011 Missouri Spring Game for 95 yards ... Piled up 66 yards of total offense in the 2010 Black & Gold Game with an 8-for-12 passing effort for 44 yards ... Enrolled early at MU and played in the Spring 2009 game as the Tigers' No. 4 QB, going 3-for-4 for 14 yards with 18 rushing yards.
High School: Was a two-sport standout at Springdale (Ark.) High ... Was a two-year starting quarterback for Coach Kevin Johnson ... Led the Bulldogs to back to back 7-5 campaigns his junior and senior seasons ... Directed the top offense in Arkansas his senior season, throwing for 3,169 yards and 31 TDs while rushing for 351 yards and 17 more scores ... Was Arkansas Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 while earning all-state and all-conference distinction ... Ranked as the No. 8 overall prospect in the state of Arkansas as a senior by Rivals.com and was the No. 21 QB in the nation that year, according to Rivals ... ESPN.com rated him as the No. 42 quarterback in the nation for the 2008-09 class ... Threw for 2,595 yards and 23 touchdowns as a junior while adding 788 yards and 13 scores on the ground ... Averaged 45.0 yards as the team's primary punter his sophomore season in 2006 ... Was also an all-state soccer player.
Personal: Ashton David Glaser was born 1/24/91 in Fayetteville, Ark. ... Son of Sean and Carin Glaser of Springdale, Ark. ... Has a younger brother, Hunter ... Majoring in Hospitality and Restaurant Administration.