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Hall of Fame Details
Induction Year: 2010
Abby Glawe was an outstanding five-year athlete at UW-Superior, participating in basketball, softball and volleyball with the Yellowjackets from 2000-2005. Ms. Glawe enters the Hall of Fame in 2010 as an individual as well as a member of the 2004 Yellowjacket softball team.
Ms. Glawe, a native of Horicon, Wis., has a resume loaded with individual honors from her playing career. A four-year letterwinner in basketball, Ms. Glawe was named the team's most dedicated player in 2001-02. She received the same honor with the 2003 volleyball team. She was a two-year volleyball captain and a four-year letterwinner.
It was on the softball diamond, however, where she made her most indelible mark. Ms. Glawe was a four-year letterwinner in softball and the team captain in 2003. She was a First Team All-WIAC selection, an All-Great Lakes Region Third Team member, and her team voted her the team's most valuable player in 2004, the year she went 33-8 and helped the Yellowjackets win the WIAC tournament and advance to the NCAA regional tournament. In 2004 she was also named the UW-Superior outstanding female athlete.
A holder of numerous WIAC records, at the time of her induction Ms. Glawe was the single-season leader in wins (33), innings pitched (276), complete games (35) and appearances (42), all set in 2004. Ms. Glawe also ranks eighth all-time in conference history in shutouts (14) and 10th in wins (52).
Off the field, Ms. Glawe was a five-time member of the WIAC Women's Scholastic Honor Roll (2000-2005) and was the president of the UW-Superior Student-Athlete Advisory Committee in 2004-05. In 2004-05, Ms. Glawe also served as the chairwoman of the WIAC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
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