A three-sport standout in football, basketball and baseball from 1995-99, Glen Shertnan was one of the most dominant players in not only the history of Ponaganset High School, but in Rhode Island Interscholastic Sports history as well.
A starter since his sophomore season, Sherman quickly became a force for the Chieftain football team at linebacker, leading the league in tackles and guiding Ponaganset to an undefeated regular season and bertli in the Rhode Island Super Bowl championship game. Regarded as one of the best players in tlie state, he became Ponganset's first ever to earn back-to-back all-state honors when he was named First Team All-State as a junior and again as a senior captain.
His athletic superiority continued into the basketball season where he excelled as standout scorer and defensive rebounder as a power forward. He earned all-league honors as a junior and senior when he captained the 1998-99 Chieftains to the state playoffs and was recognized with all-tournament distinction.
As a standout baseball player in the spring, he was a three-time all-league selection, earning third-team honors as a sophomore, second-team all-league honors as junior, and culminating with a first-team all-league selection in his senior season.
Sherman resides in Brooklyn, Connecticut and is married to the former Heather Dandrow, Ponaganset High School Class of 1999 and First Team All-State Basketball athlete in 1998. They have two children, Ian age 4, and Amber age 2.