|| Erin Glenn
|SCY (Time):||500 free (4:58.74), 1000 free (10:14.59). 1650 free (17:10.31)|
|LCM (Time):||400 free (4:30.99), 800 free (9:13.65), 1500 free (17:35.37)|
General: A swimmer that continues to improve and will look to help the Cardinal in the distance freestyle events at the Pac-10 level with a chance of qualifying for the NCAA Championships Has been a tremendous member of the program during her first three seasons on The Farm Often sets the tone in practice with regards to having a positive attitude.
Cardinal Career: Has participated at the Pac-10 Championships in each of her first three seasons and highlighted her performances by scoring in the 1650 yard free with a 23rd-place finish as a freshman at the 2002 Pac-10s.
As A Junior In 2003-04: Nearly scored at the Pac-10 Championships in the 1650 yard free (17:40.54) by finishing 25th, one place behind the final scoring spot Was also 33rd in the 400 yard IM (4:43.19) and 41st in the 500 yard free (5:12.58) at the Pac-10's Participated in just two meets during the regular season, taking seventh in the 200 free versus California and taking part in three individual events (400 free, 200 fly, 400 IM), and on a 400 free relay team versus Texas/at USC.
As A Sophomore In 2002-03: Competed at the Pac-10 Championships, finishing 25th in the 1650 yard free (17:27.00), 30th in the 200 yard fly (2:07.74) and 38th in the 500 yard free (5:06.67), while also swimming an exhibition 400 yard IM in 4:29.21 Ranked third among Stanford swimmers in the 1000 (10:19.54) and 1650 (17:14.23) yard free Had individual season-best third-place finishes in the 1000 yard free at Arizona and Arizona State Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic.
As A Freshman In 2001-02: Developed into one of the team's top distance freestylers as Stanford's third-best performer in the 500 (personal-best 4:58.74), 1000 (10:17.70) and 1650 (17:13.81) yard free events, scoring at the Pac-10's in the latter with a 23rd-place finish Finished 26th at the Pac-10's in the 500 yard free (5:00.23) Had seven top five finishes in the 500, 1000 and 1650 yard free events during five Pac-10 dual meets.
International Competition: Placed ninth at the World Cup 10K Championships in September of 2002.
National Competition: A U.S. Junior National finalist Competed at the 1999 5K National Championships.
High School: A 2001 graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School An All-Conference, All-State and All-South Jersey swimmer as a senior A four-year finalist at the New Jersey State Championships Named her team's Most Valuable Swimmer as a senior in 2001 Set a school record in the 500 yard free and also as a member of several relay teams Swimming team won high school state title twice (2000, '01) in her final two seasons Valedictorian, a member of the National Honors Society and a four-year Academic-All-American Coached by Bob Querubin.
Club: Jersey Wahoos Coached by John Carroll.
Coaching Staff On Glenn: "Erin has really been a valuable member of this team throughout her career and has done a great job of being positive and having that rub off on others. We hope that she will be rewarded personally for her efforts as well in her senior year, as well as continue to help her teammates and the entire squad progress."
Getting To Know Erin Glenn
|Parents:||Brad and Mary Lynn Glenn|
|Spent Last Summer:||Working in the Behavioral Psychology department at Stanford as a research assistant|
|Favorite Professional Sports Team:||Philadelphia Eagles and 76ers|
|Favorite Foods:||Chocolate and ice cream|
|Athletic Family:||Father was a captain of the swim team at Maryland, as was uncle Matt Glenn|
|My parents were right when they told me:||Stanford is the right place for me|
|Did You Know:||Erin says it would be fun to be on the sailing team at Stanford if she wasn't a swimmer for the Cardinal|
Last Updated: 1/25/05