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Glenn, Finnell Named To ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region Team

May 21, 2007
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.--John Glenn and Robby Finnell were named to the 2007 American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings NCAA III All-West Region team, announced on Monday afternoon by regional coordinator Mike Rizzo.

Glenn earned a spot on the All-West Second Team while Finnell was named to the All-West Third Team. Glenn, a junior outfielder from Tulsa, Okla., was named the American Southwest Conference East Division Newcomer of the Year and earned ASC All-East Division First Team earlier in this month. The 6-foot 165-pound left-handed hitter finished fourth in the ASC in batting (.419) and runs (57). He was fifth in hits (75) and tied for third in doubles (16). He was fourth in on-base percentage (.490) and tenth in total bases (103). Glenn led the team in all of the aforementioned categories, and finished first in triples (3) and second in RBI (39) and slugging percentage (.592). His eight stolen bases ranked him third on the team. Glenn’s 2007 numbers set new single-season school records in hits, runs and doubles. He had a team-best 20 multiple-hit games, including two five-hit games. He hit safely in 39 games and recorded 11 multiple-RBI contests. Glenn went a perfect 5-for-5 with 3 RBI against both UT-Dallas and Elmhurst during the season. Finnell, a junior designated hitter from Tulsa, Okla., was named to the third team as both a utility player and pitcher. He was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Team for the second straight year. Finnell garnered a spot on the ASC All-East Division Second Team as a designated hitter and earned honorable mention honors as a pitcher. The 6-foot-1, 215-pound right-hander finished fifth in the ASC in home runs (10) and eighth in RBI (51). His 51 RBI is a new single-season school record. He ended the season with a .324 average and owned a .594 slugging percentage. At Ozarks, he is second all-time in career home runs (18) and career RBI (102). On the mound, he finished fourth in the ASC in ERA (2.67). He went 4-3 in 70.2 innings of work and struck out 37. Glenn and Finnell join former Ozarks’ players Anthony Brandon, Caleb Hilton and Jedd Kirby to make All-Region.