Glover started in 45 games in the Orange and Black uniform registering a career-high in runs twice with three against BYU (5/18-19), in hits with three twice, and in RBI with three twice. Glover closed out the season with 33 hits, 22 runs scored, and 18 RBIs. He recorded a .234 batting average. In conference, he finished in the Top-20 defensively with a .990 fielding percentage, notching 101 putouts with two assists against just one error.
Glover appeared in 38 games in his first year as a Tiger. He drew 10 walks and stole two bases. In the field, he committed only one error and recorded a .988 fielding percentage.
A centerfielder for Hamilton High School in Arizona, Glover led the Huskies to a state championship his senior year before coming to Pacific. He hit over .360 both his junior and senior years, hitting .364 and .366. As a senior, Glover scored 26 runs and had 34 hits in 34 games. He slashed .366/.455/.473 and drove in 13 runs that year.
Glover is the son of Jason and Emily. He has three siblings: Sutton, Payne, and Hope. He is majoring in biological science at Pacific.