- Appeared in 20 games, making one start.
- Averaged 1.1 points and 1.7 rebounds per game.
- Averaged 8.9 minutes per game.
- Made first-career start at Southern Utah.
- Played career-high 18 minutes vs. Wyoming.
- Career-high four points vs. Gonzaga and San José State.
- Career-high eight rebounds vs. San José State.
- Academic All-Mountain West.
BEFORE AIR FORCE:
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned eight varsity letters, four each in basketball and soccer … high school basketball coach was Kim Richter … played club hoops for Cincinnati Heat Premier, coached by Matt Lykins … helped lead Heat Premier to a first-place finish at the Ohio State Championship.
PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 24 … daughter of Rob and Angie Glaab … has an older sister … major is civil engineering … future career plans are to possibly become a CE officer … active in her squadron as the morale, welfare and recreation (MWR) clerk … summer prior to her sophomore year, she completed a class in chemistry and completed Expeditionary, Survival, and Evasion Training (ESET) … hobbies are watching sports, reading and spending time with family and friends … why I decided to come to the Academy: “I came to the Academy because of the great opportunities it provides for education and a career post-graduation. I really wanted to serve in the military but I didn’t want to give up a college degree, so it made the Academy a great choice for me.” … began playing basketball in third grade at age nine … guilty pleasure is chocolate … favorite role model is her older sister … something most people don’t know about her is that she knows how to install hardwood floors and rewire an extension cord … most notable thing about her home town is that it has the best tap water in the country … credits coach Dave Lumpkin as having the biggest influence on her sports career… enjoys listening to country music … favorite TV show is Fixer Upper … favorite movie is How The Grinch Stole Christmas … favorite class subject is math … favorite team is Ohio State.