|Hometown:||New Britain, CT|
|High School:||New Britain|
#31 Steve Glowiak - Career Stats
2011-12: Played in 31 games as a r-freshman...Averaged 4.4 points and 1.8 rebounds...Finished third on the team with 24 three-point makes...Shot 76.2% (16-21) at the free throw line...Had 15 assists with 17 turnovers...Averaged 12.4 minutes per game off the bench...Had four double digit scoring games...Netted a season-high 16 points with four-of-seven from behind the arc in a win over Hampton in the Cancun Challenge...Matched those 16 points at Robert Morris, hitting four-of-nine from three...Scored 11 points with four rebonds and two assists in a win at Saint Francis (PA)...Came off the bench for 10 points in a loss at Rutgers, his first career double digit scoring effort...Pulled down a season-high six rebounds at Stony Brook.
2010-11: Used his red-shirt season.
High School: Graduated from New Britain High School. Attended Berlin High School as a freshman and sophomore. Played basketball at New Britain for his father, head coach Stan Glowiak where he helped lead his team to consecutive 20 win seasons. Scored 1,000 points for his career and averaged 17.0 points, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals as a senior. A team captain, Glowiak was an All-State selection by the Hartford Courant. A McDonald’s All-American nominee. Named all-conference and all-area twice. He set school records for three point field goals in a season and in game as a senior. Buried 84 three’s last season and twice hit eight three-pointers in a game. He played in the High School Coaches Association All-Star Game and the Jewish Community Center All-Star Game in Bridgeport. An Honor Roll student-athlete.
Personal: Born on November 27, 1991. He is the son of Stan and Sue Glowiak. He has a brother Brian and a sister Lauren. An undecided major as a freshman. His brother Brian played basketball at the University of Hartford. His favorite baseball team is the New York Yankees. His favorite food is lasagna.