SHOT CHARTS: Lorenzo Brown and Glen Rice

NC State guard Lorenzo Brown and Georgia Tech wing Glen Rice played major roles in the outcome of Wednesday's game between the Wolfpack and Yellow Jackets. Here is a closer look at their performances with our shot chart feature that we will be utilizing for conference contests.
January 13, 2012

Glen Rice Looks To Be Important Piece In 2010

Georgia Tech sophomore Glen Rice will be one of the players Coach Paul Hewitt will be looking at to make a significant jump from his freshman to sophomore year. The summer results look as though Rice is ready to accept that role. Glen feels that he and his teammates are ready to pick up where they left off at the end of last season.
October 25, 2010

Rice "All Defense and Hustle"

Glen Rice Jr. has seen his playing time increase as Georgia Tech has gone deeper into their schedule. His attention to defense has gotten him those extra minutes.
February 9, 2010

Glen Rice Jr: "College is much more intense"

The Georgia Tech freshmen are only five games into the ACC schedule but already they've experience the ups and downs of conference play. Tuesday night against Clemson, it was Glen Rice's turn to step up in the Jackets win over Clemson.
January 20, 2010


The 2009 Georgia Tech recruiting class is generating a lot of Buzz. Already off to an excellent start, this week things have only gotten better. On Tuesday, the Jackets received a commitment from 4 star PG Mfon Udofia. Today, the Jackets received yet another commitment from a talented guard prospect. This time the pledge was from 2009 SG Glen Rice, Jr.
July 24, 2008

Video Blast: Holsey, Rice & Hall

Kammeon Holsey, Kenny Hall and Glen Rice anchor the Georgia Stars 17's squad this year. Here's video highlights of each from Boo Williams.
June 16, 2008

Glen Rice Jr. Gets Minnesota Attention

Glen Rice Jr., a 6-foot-4 guard from Marietta (GA) Walton, is making a name for himself this spring as he has moved up the rankings of the Class of 2009 and picked up several big scholarship offers, such as Minnesota. Rice averaged 25 points, six rebounds, 4.5 assists and four steals per game last year. GoldenSports.Net recently caught up with Rice's head coach, Joseph Goydish, to learn more.
May 31, 2008