Brooke Glenn Mullin ’97 was a brilliant two-sport athlete for Washington and Lee. She arrived at W&L after becoming the first athlete in the history of the Academy of New Church to collect 12 varsity letters. At W&L, she had an immediate impact, garnering five total letters, four in lacrosse and one in volleyball.
As an outside hitter in volleyball, she played in 84 games over her sophomore and junior seasons, totaling 52 kills, 13 digs and 17 blocks in helping the Generals to their first-ever ODAC Championship in 1995.
It was as a goalkeeper on the lacrosse team where Glenn Mullin truly shined. She played in 11 games during her rookie season, recording a 7.85 goals-against average (GAA) and .615 save percentage. As a sophomore, Glenn Mullin started all 15 games in goal and set a then-school record with a career-best 208 saves. She notched a .632 save percentage and an 8.35 GAA in garnering Second Team All-ODAC and Second Team All-South Atlantic Region honors.
Glenn Mullin started all 14 games as a junior, when she totaled a 7.99 GAA and .653 save percentage en route to posting First Team All-ODAC and First Team All-South Atlantic Region accolades. She served as a team captain for her senior season when she was named the Virginia Division III and ODAC Player of the Year after setting a school record with a .683 save percentage and a 5.53 GAA. Glenn Mullin was also named First Team All-South Atlantic Region, Second Team All-American and Academic All-American. She played in the 1997 North-South Senior All-Star game and was named the W&L Outstanding Senior Female Athlete.
Glenn Mullin entered the W&L Athletic Hall of Fame still holding the school records for saves in a game (31), career saves (642), season save percentage (.683) and career save percentage (.649).