2005 ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE SECOND TEAM
2004 ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE SECOND TEAM
2004-05: Bounced back from rough start to solidify No. 3 singles and doubles en route to second straight All-Horizon League Second Team season...went 11-16 overall in singles play...posted 10-11 mark in dual match singles...went 5-4 against Horizon League singles foes...posted a 16-10 doubles mark, highlighted by a 15-5 dual match doubles record and an undefeated 7-0 doubles mark versus league duos in dual matches...won his last seven doubles decisions, with all but one with Eric Fey at the No. 3 spot...posted singles wins in five of his last six matches...won two singles matches and two doubles matches in the Horizon League Tournament...played at four different slots throughout the season before settling in the No. 3 singles spot in his last 11 contests...opened dual match season with wins over Greg Sirotek of Marquette and Alex Roby of Bradley...went 6-4 at No. 2 doubles.
2003-04: All-Horizon League Second Team selection in first season with the Flames...went 13-13 overall, including a stellar 5-2 mark against Horizon League competition...went 11-10 in dual singles matches...rattled off two four-match win streaks during the season...worked way from No. 5-6 spots to play at No. 3 spot near the end of the season...won four singles matches in a row to cap off the regular season, including three against league foes...downed Brett Aronson of Cleveland State in the league tournament with a 7-6, 3-6, 6-3 tally...went 6-2 in league doubles play...went 8-5 with teammate Sean Kreymborg, going on two separate three-match doubles winning streaks at the end of the campaign...turned in a 10-10 dual match doubles mark and an 11-13 overall doubles record.
Prior to UIC: Competed one year at Northern Illinois before transferring to Rock Valley C.C....took home the Coach's Attitude Award winner as a freshman...completed rookie campaign with a record of 9-7 in singles action and 11-9 in doubles play...won the backdraw championship in Level C play at the Ball State Invitational.
Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner for Rockford Guilford...team was undefeated in dual meet action as a junior and sophomore...part of a state-record 165 dual meet victories in a row...pushed Guilford to two NIC-9 conference championships...helped Guilford finish ninth in state as a senior...captured fifth place in doubles action at the IHSA state championships as a senior...named to the All-State team as a senior...captured honorable mention All-State honors in 2000...won the sectional championship as a freshman and senior...was a conference champion in 2000 and 2001...was team MVP in 2001...born November 9, 1982...son of Milo and Kim Glendenning...majoring in finance.