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Scott Glenn
Scott Glenn

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wichita, Kan.

High School:
Andover Central HS

Height:
5-10

Experience:
High School

Fall 2009: Played in three of the team's five tournaments, compiling a 78.89 average in nine rounds...Best finish was a tie for 30th at the ORU Shootout, shooting 80-80-83--243...Shot 78-73-82--233 to tie for 53rd at Nebraska and 82-75-77--234 to tie for 54th at the Weibring Intercollegiate.

2008-09: Hampered by a recurring back injury that forced him to misseight of MSU's 12 tournaments...Shot 80-73--153 and tied for 37th in the season-opening Fairway Club Invitational at Nebraska, his only outing of the fall...Played in the first two spring tournaments, carding 74-81-79--234 at the Rice/Srixon Intercollegiate and 75-79-82--236 at the USF Invitational...Only other spring tournament was the Branson Creek Invitational, where he tied for 34th by shooting 77-81--158.

2007-08:One ofthe team's most consistent performers,he was second for the Bears in scoring average with a 76.0 mark after playing in all four events in the fall, but was slowed by a back injury which forced him to miss two events in the spring, the Missouri Valley Conference Championship and the UALR Classic...Finished the year fifth on the team in scoring average with 77.18...Posted his first top-10 finish in the season opener, the Missouri Intercollegiate, with 74-77-73--224...Tied for 18th at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate after recording 79-71-78--228; the 71 was his best round of the fall...Placed second on the team and 48th overall at UT-Arlington, shooting 76-72-78--226.

2006-07: Enjoyed a stellar freshman year, playing in eight of the Bears' 11 tournaments and finishing fourth on the team with a 76.1 scoring average...Started off his collegiate career at North Texas, where he shot 72-77-76--225 to tie for 43rd...Also tied for 34th at the Crown Classic, posting 74-77--151...Best tournament was the Branson Creek Invitational as he took 14th place and notched 70-75-78--223; his opening-round 70 was a season's best...Matched the 223 total the next week at the ASU Indian Classic with 78-74-71...Shot 75-73-83--231 to place 30th at his first Missouri Valley Conference meet.

High School:Showed improvement every year coming up through the junior ranks even while playing safety for Andover Central's football team...A three-time first team all-state performer in 2003-05...Claimed the 4A Regionaltitle and was the Wellington Invitational Champion in 2005...That same year, finished fourth with rounds of 72-73at the USGA Amateur qualifying.

Personal: Scott Glenn was born June 6, 1987, in Wichita, Kansas...Major is Sports Management...Son of Phil and Marlene Glenn.


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