Ronnie Glenn grew up in Boynton Beach, Florida. As a four-year starter in high school, he earned All-County, All-Conference, All-Area and All-State recognition for both pitching and hitting and was named to Rawling's Preseason All-American and All-Region Teams.
Glenn played four years of Division 1 baseball at the University of Pennsylvania in the Ivy League Conference. During his time with the Quakers, he was a two-time All-Ivy honorable mention and was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association "Mid-Season Stopper of the Year Watch List". Glenn also received multiple academic awards during his four years and received National recognition for being a Finalists for the 2015 Lowe’s Senior Baseball CLASS Award, as well as the 2015 TD Ameritrade College Fan's Choice Award, and the 2014 Coach Wooden Citizenship Award, which recognized college athletes for their community service, character, leadership, and academic achievements.
During his collegiate summer league experiences, Glenn received All Star nominations in the Cal Ripken Jr. League for the Alexandria Aces in both 2012 and 2013. He was invited to play for the Harwich Mariners in the Cape Cod Baseball League in 2014.
Drafted in the 22nd Round of the 2015 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Glenn went on to play a short season for the Orem Owlz in the Pioneer League and two full seasons in the Midwest League for the Burlington Bees. Glenn was recognized by the Angels organization for earning the Iron Angel Award in both 2015 and 2016, making him the only player in Angel's history to earn this recognition in multiple years.
Glenn has been giving personal lessons for over four years, has organized and managed his own pitching camps, coached in a variety of recruiting and instructional camps while both in amateur and professional baseball. Glenn guides all aspects of development including mental skills, goal setting, arm care, strength training, conditioning, as well as mentoring young athletes in pursuing their dreams with confidence and growing as good men.