Born October 13, 1910 in Eau Claire, WI
Attended Eau Claire High School, Graduate of Eau Claire Teachers College
Coached football at
Granton High School 1933-34;
Barron 1939-43, Medford 1943-53;
Chippewa Falls 1961-66; and
Eau Claire North 1966-69.
His record was 116 wins, 75 losses and 10 ties, nine conference championships with six undefeated seasons.
Glenn was a coach for over 30 years. Besides football he coached basketball, baseball and track. His twenty-year record in basketball was 155 wins 99 losses and six conference championships.
He served as athletic director at Medford for 10 years.
As an athlete Glenn was a member of two undefeated football teams at Eau Claire High School. He was selected as the most outstanding player his senior year as well as all Northwest halfback. He was a college all conference halfback in 1930 and was co-captain his junior year. In 1930-31 he was voted the male athlete of the year at Eau Claire State.
In 1949 Glenn was an assistant to Frosty Ferzacca on the North all-star team that defeated the south all stars 23-0.
Glenn retired from coaching in 1969.
Tag(s): Hall of Fame