Men’s basketball No. 1 scorer, Glenn Washington, is focusing on establishing himself as a strong team member as the season progresses.
His priority is to combine his previous talents in basketball with new skills in order to help the players achieve success.
Washington is concentrating on growing as much as possible from the leadership of his coach, as well as from the positive examples of his teammates.
“I just want to become comfortable playing at the college level,” Washington said. “I also want to learn more from Coach Herenda, and the seniors and other upperclassmen on the team.”
Washington is a freshman undecided major from Wayne, Pa. He played basketball at Radnor High School on the varsity team from his sophomore to senior year.
During his senior year at Radnor he led southeastern Pennsylvania in scoring, with an average mark of 26.5. Washington was first team all-Main Line, all-Delco and finished with second team all-state.
He broke the all-time scoring record at Radnor with a winning mark of 1,659, greatly surpassing the previous record of 1,489.
Several Division III colleges in the area worked on recruiting Washington. However, he chose to enroll at Cabrini because it is closer to home.
Washington has an optimistic outlook for the season. He is continuing to work on transferring his award-winning performance from high school to the court with his fellow Cavaliers.
“I want to continue to develop into an all around player and help the team win more games this season,” Washington said.