21 John Glesener
John  Glesener


Camillus, N.Y.

High School:
West Genesee - USMAPS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 214



Men's Lacrosse Lands 19 on PL Academic Honor Roll

Five Members Earn Honor for Third Time


Men's Lacrosse Announces Team Honors

Somers Earns Hartinger Award as Team MVP


Three Earn All-America Honors From USILA

Glesener Named an All-American for Third Time


#18 Men's Lacrosse Closes Out 2015 Against #2 Notre Dame

Record Crowd Sees Irish Defeat Black Knights, 17-8


#18 Men's Lacrosse Welcomes #2 Notre Dame on Saturday

Black Knights Face for the Irish for the Second Straight Year


This week's Play of the Week is brought to you by the Army lacrosse team.

This week's Play of the Week is brought to you by the Army lacrosse team.


Highlights and reaction following the lacrosse game between Army and Rutgers.

Highlights and reaction following the lacrosse game between Army and Rutgers.


#18 Army vs. Navy | 93rd Meeting

April 12, 2014 | West Point, N.Y. | Michie Stadium


Army vs. Lehigh Photo Gallery

March 22, 2014 | West Point, N.Y. | Michie Stadium


Army vs. Furman Face-Off For A Cause

Feb. 22, 2014 | Washington, D.C. | Cardinal Stadium (Catholic University)


Army vs. UMass Photo Gallery

Feb. 8, 2014 | West Point, N.Y. | Michie Stadium

Inside Lacrosse Preseason Second Team All-America ... Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-Patriot League ... enters 2015 on a 28-game point streak.

2014: Started all 14 games for the Black Knights on attack ... led the team in goals and points with 43 and 57, respectively ... was one of 25 nominees for the Tewaaraton Award, presented annually to the top lacrosse player in the nation ... named an United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Third Team All-American ... All-Patriot League First Team for the second-consecutive year ... ranked as one of the top scorers in the country at 3.07 goals per game ... led the Patriot League in goals per game and third in points per game at 4.07 ... the 43 goals scored were tied for the fourth most in program history for a single season ... finished the year with hat tricks in the last four games ... had multiple goals in all but one game ... scored three or more goals in eight games, including a season high of six at Notre Dame in an 18-17 shootout on May 3 ... recorded seven points in the second game of the season at VMI on Feb. 16 ... picked up 10 ground balls ... six of his goals came on man-up chances ... tallied hat tricks against Lafayette (March 1), Holy Cross (March 8), Navy (Apr. 12) and Colgate (Apr. 18) ... netted four goals opposite Furman (Feb. 22) ... had five tallies versus Bucknell (March 29) and Lehigh in the Patriot League Semifinals on Apr. 25.

2013: Moved from midfield to attack for sophomore season in a move that proved to be more than beneficial to the Black Knights ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year and a USILA honorable mention All-American ... top 25 nominee for the Tewaaraton Award ... collected the team's annual Lt. Ray Enners/Chris Pettit Award as the team's top offensive player ... 4.36 points per game led the Patriot League and ranked sixth in the nation ... his 2.14 assists per game landed third and 12th, respectively ... totaled a team-best 61 points on 31 goals and 30 assists ... tallied at least one point every game ... one of six players to start all 14 games ... recorded seven hat tricks, including a career-high five goals to propel Army to a 10-4 Patriot League win at Colgate (Mar. 31) ... preceded that game with a career-high eight points (4G, 4A) in a 15-6 victory over Lafayette (Mar. 23) at Michie Stadium ... scored at least five points eight times, which included three games of a career-high four assists ... finished second on the team with six EMO goals ... scored goals at UMass (Feb. 10) and Navy (Apr. 13) six seconds into each game, tying for the program's fastest goal off an opening face-off in history ... added 21 ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers.

2012: Named the top post-graduate recruit in the nation by Inside Lacrosse to start the season ... finished the year as the Black Knights' second-leading scorer with 33 points ... led Army with 17 assists to go with 16 goals out of the midfield ... started all 15 games and scored at least one point in 14 contests ... scored two goals in each of his first two collegiate games against Massachusetts (Feb. 10) and Wagner (Feb. 15) ... went on to record his first career hat trick as a part of a season-best five points with a standout three goals and two assists in a thrilling 9-8 win over Rutgers (Mar. 6) at Michie Stadium ... five points led all players on either team ... netted his first two goals of the game within the opening three minutes of action ... recorded a career-high three assists in back-to-back Patriot League wins over Navy (Apr. 14) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21) ... 16 goals on the season ranked amongst the most by freshmen midfielders in the NCAA ... garnered Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors once (Feb. 20).

Prior to West Point: Lauded as the nation's top post-graduate recruit by Inside Lacrosse in August ... spent the 2010-11 season at the USMA Prep School after authoring a stellar high school career West Genesee ... played for head coach Mike Messere at the central New York powerhouse ... West Genesee won the New York State title in 2008 ... garnered a pair of All-America certificates in 2010 (US Lacrosse and Under Armour) ... three-time first team all-league performer ... named first team All-Central New York in 2010 after earning a second team nod the year before ... West Genesee's Most Valuable Player in 2010.

Personal: John Anthony Glesener was born on Dec. 20, 1991, in Danville, Calif. ... son of William and Loretta Glesener ... one of three brothers to include Ted and Dan, who played the 2012 season at Army ... family moved to central New York in before his sophomore season in high school ... major is Systems Management.

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