THREE-YEAR LETTERMAN/ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MAJOR
Could contend for all-conference honors…will be counted on for scoring punch this season…a solid performer at point guard and should continue to step up his game as a player and leader…has the ability to change course of game with his dribble-penetration…great quickness and agility…returning three-year starter…Economics and Business Major.
2012-13: Ranked first in the league in assist-turnover ratio in both overall and conference games (2.46/3.19)…ranked fifth in the league in assists in both overall and conference games (4.75/4.70)…ranked 23rd in the conference in scoring (11.7)... was 14th in the conference in 3-pointers per game (1.75) had 18 games of double-figure scoring and averaged 20.5 points per game over the last four contests…scored 22 points in conference quarters against Longwood and finished with 31 points against Charleston Southern in the semifinals…dished out 11 assists against Longwood February 6 and had 10 against the Lancers March 7…had 14 games of five or more assists…scored a career-high 31 points against Charleston Southern in conference semifinals and was 12 of 23 from the field…drained four three-point goals in road games at Coastal Carolina, Radford, and Liberty.2011-12: Appeared in 19 games as a starter and 22 games overall…was second on the team in assists with 75 averaging 2.5 per game…dished out four or more assists in 10 games…logged a season and career-high 10 assists against Central Penn…opened the season with double figure scoring games in the All-Military Classic with a career-high 17 points against The Citadel and 10 points against Air Force…had back-to-back 15 point games against Central Penn and Milligan and logged a double-double with his 10 assists against Central Penn Dec. 8….had seven points and four assists in back-to-back tournament wins against Coastal Carolina and Winthrop…had three steals against Radford Jan. 26…was 81% from the line on the season (30-37).
2010-11: All-Freshman team...Led the Big South in assist turnover ratio (2.68)…ranked fifth in the conference in assists with 117 assists against just 47 turnovers…ranked 15th in the conference in 3-pointers per game (1.6)dished out 11 assists against Central Penn 11/29 and averaging nearly 4.0 assists per game in conference contests…had nine game with five or more assists last season…had a three-game conference stretch in February (High Point, Radford, Liberty) when he did not commit a turnover in 68 minutes of play…scored in double figures in 12 games including three straight against conference foes when he averaged 14.4 points…shot 37% from 3-point range and hit six 3-pointers at Charleston Southern Feb. 3...pulled down a season-high seven rebounds against Longwood Dec. 11…registered six steals against Winthrop Dec. 2.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a second team pick in the nationally renowned All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference….in 2009-10, he averaged 15.6 points, 6.0 assists, and two steals and was named Second Team All-Conference and All-Montgomery County… as a junior, Glasgow averaged 13 points, five assists, and three steals and was also named team Player of the Year…played AAU basketball with Mid-Atlantic Select and won the 2009 MVP Award for the Piggly Wiggly Tournament…coached by Blair Mills at Good Counsel School.