Glynn Saulters

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Glynn Saulters, Northeast Louisiana 

Northeast Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Monroe) (1964-68) was a two-time All-American and a two-time Gulf States Conference Player of the Year. He was a four time All-GSC selection.  He was the GSC’s all-time career scoring leader with 2,134 points for a 23.5 average.  He led the GSC in scoring for two consecutive years, averaging 31.3 in 1968 (8th in nation) and 24.1 points in 1967.  He was a member of the USA Olympic team that won the gold medal in Mexico City in 1968. He was selected for the team ahead of LSU’s Pete Maravich.