LION CAREER 2013-14: Appeared in six different individual events in eight meets ... Set career marks in six individual events over the season, three of which came at the Big Ten Championships (2/27-3/1) ... At the conference championships, posted a 3:53.22 time in the 400 IM for 17th place ... Finished 21st in the 200 back (1:47.41) at the Big Ten Championships ... Also at the Big Ten Championships, posted a personal career-best 1:49.59 in the 200 IM ... At the Texas Invitational (12/6-7), 50.99 in the 100 back and 2:04.77 in the 200 breaststroke were the top career times ... Swam a 53.37 (2/1) in the 100 butterfly against St. Bonaventure and Towson, a personal best.
2012-13: Swam in five different individual events during his first season at Penn State ... Was the fourth-fastest Nittany Lion in the 400 IM by turning in a time of 3:59.09 at the Big Ten Championships ... Swam in two other events at the Big Ten Championships, recording personal best marks in the 200 backstroke and the 200 IM with times of 1:47.88 and 1:51.60, respectively.
Earned two state, three regional and three conference championships at Providence coached by Sandy Martin ... Two-time All-State, four-time All-Region and five-time All-Conference performer ... Helped lead team to the North Carolina 200 medley relay record ... Three-time letterwinner in swimming ... Swam for Swim Mac Carolina under the direction of James Wike ... Holds 400 IM long course record for 15-16 year olds.
Kevin Michael Glenn was born May 27, 1994 in Matthews, N.C. to Teri Schoenhardt and David Glenn ... Has one sister, Gina, who swam for Lenoir-Rhyne College ... Major is undecided.
ON CHOOSING PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because I felt it offered me the best opportunity athletically and academically. I really enjoyed being around the team and felt that the coaches would push me to be the best I could be. While walking around campus it just felt like home to me."