The Hoyas split squads for a pair of events on the Potomac River and in New Jersey
The Hoyas lightweight 8+ reclaimed the Class of 2004 Cup after nine years
Prior to Georgetown, Glandorf was an assistant coach at Boston College. She coached the third varsity 8+ to a nearly undefeated season, losing only at the Eastern Sprints and the ACC Championships. At the Eastern Sprints, BC was the only team with two boats in the Grand Final as the third varsity 8+ placed third and the fourth varsity 8+ placed fifth. At the ACC Championships, the third varsity 8+ placed sixth, helping BC to a sixth-place finish, one of the highest in team history.
Before Boston College, Glandorf was the head coach of the Boston Latin Girl's Crew team. Under her, the team qualified lightweight 4+ and varsity 8+ boats for Scholastic Nationals where the lightweight 4+ took gold. She also coached at Wayland-Weston and Community Rowing Inc.
Glandorf is a graduate of the University of Virginia where she rowed from 2008-12. She was a member of both the 2010 and 2012 NCAA National Rowing Championship teams. She stroked the UVA second varsity in the fall of 2010 to an eighth place finish in the Championship 8+ race at the Head of the Charles.
Glandorf won the ACC Championships in the freshman 8+ in 2009, and the second varsity 8+ in 2011 and 2012. At the NCAA Championships, Glandorf raced in the second varsity 8+ in 2011, which placed fifth, and the varsity 4+ in 2012, which placed second.
Glandorf graduated from UVA in 2012 with a bachelor of arts in history and psychology.