#50 Glenn Sekunda
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6'7" 215 lbs Forward
HS: Parsippany Hills Parsippany Hills, NJ
Born: 7/15/1973 Camden, NJ
Season Stats
Season Cl Pos G GS Min FG FGA % FT FTA % 3Pt 3PA % Asst Reb DReb OReb Fls DQ TO ST BS Pts PPG APG RPG
1991-92 Fr F 22 0 176 19 60 31.7% 13 18 72.2% 9 37 24.3% 8 29 15 14 32 0 12 7 1 60 2.7 0.4 0.3
1992-93 So F 26 0 316 46 99 43.5%
23 29 79.3%
17 38 44.7%
17 72 45 27 33 0 26 20 7 126 4.8 0.7 2.8
Career    
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492
65
159
40.8%
36
47
76.6%
26
75
34.7%
25
101
60
41
65
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38
27
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186
3.9
0.5
2.1

Glenn Sekunda played forward for Syracuse basketball for two seasons. Sekunda was a tall forward with an excellent perimeter shot, and he was a solid free throw shooter.

Sekunda came to Syracuse as part of a very talented class that included Lawrence Moten, Anthony Harris and Luke Jackson. Sekunda himself averaged 30.7 ppg his senior year in Glenn Sekundahigh school. With senior Dave Johnson already playing every minute, and Moten surprising everyone and becoming a star, there was not much room during Sekunda's freshman year for the other freshman stars. He did however, get the chance to play in a blowout loss to Providence where he scored 18 points. In the next game, he came off the bench, and would hit the game winning shot in a come from behind victory over Seton Hall.

Sekunda would work himself into the regular rotation his sophomore season, being one of the top two players off the bench. However, Sekunda was not happy with his playing time, and transferred to Penn State after the season.

Sekunda would play at Penn State in the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons, and had a successful career with the Nittany Lions. He would lead Penn State to the NCAA tournament his senior season, their first NCAA bid since 1991. Unfortunately, Sekunda would have a very rough game shooting 1-10, as Penn State would lose to Arkansas 86-80. Sekunda did have 11 rebounds in the loss.

He would play professional basketball in Europe for 10+ seasons.

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