At the time of his induction, John Glenn still is the only Arizona baseball player to have hit over .400 in two consecutive seasons. John has a career batting average of .406 in only three seasons with the Wildcats, and the average ranks as the No. 2 mark in the Arizona record books. John ranks first in Arizona baseball history with a stolen-base percentage of .872, and he ranks sixth in UA history with a .491 on-base percentage. John was a first-team ABCA All-America and All-Western Athletic Conference South selection in 1972. In 1971 and 1972, John batted .404 and .438, respectively, as a member of Frank Sancet's final two Arizona baseball teams. John was honored by his teammates with the Lawrence Kriegbaum Award, honoring the team's Most Valuable Player, and he earned the Hank Leiber Award as the team's leading hitter. The outfielder signed with the St. Louis Cardinals following his junior seaon and played two minor league seasons.