Glenn Unable to Compete at NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
Providence, R.I. - Brown senior swimmer Tommy Glenn (Haddonfield, NJ) will be unable to compete at the 2014 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship due to medical reasons. Glenn was scheduled to compete in the 100 Butterfly and 200 Butterfly at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, March 27-29.
"Tommy is the highest achieving swimmer in the history of Brown swimming & diving," said Brown coach Peter Brown. "His competitiveness and love for the sport enabled him to improve tremendously while at Brown. Tommy looks forward to returning to the pool in hopes of competing for the United States at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio."
Glenn is one of the greatest swimmers in Brown history and a three-time NCAA qualifier. He recently set an Ivy League Championship record in the 200 Butterfly (1:42.35), and holds Brown records in the 200 Freestyle (1:36.57), 100 Butterfly (45.80), 200 Butterfly (1:42.35). Glenn also holds the Blodgett Pool record (Harvard) at the Ivy Championships with a mark of 46.13 in the 100 Butterfly.