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- Four McGlynn
Ht: 6'2" (188cm) Wt: 180lbs. (82kg) DOB: 12/4/1992
Hometown: York, Pennsylvania
College: Rhode Island
Years Pro: 3
Four McGlynn is a fourth year guard, playing this past season for Galitos Barreiro in the Liga Portuguesa de Basquetebol (LPB), the top men’s professional club basketball league in Portugal. This was Fours’ third stint playing in the LPB in Portugal, having spent his rookie season playing for S.C. Lusitania and his second season with Illiabum Clube. Four spent his third season playing for Real Murcia Baloncesto in the Spanish LEB Silver league before signing back in Portugal.
Four has seen both team and individual success throughout his career. This past season, Four played a key role for Baloncesto on their run to winning the Spanish LEB Silver Championship. Four averaged 9.5 points per game and was an efficient shooter with a 39% mark from behind the arc. Four was a force in the LPB during his first two seasons. He was a full-time starter during both seasons. During his rookie season, Four was an offensive force, averaging 23 points per game with an impressive 55% field goal percentage to go along with 36% from long distance and 88% from the free throw stripe. Four was recognized for his on court success and was named the Portuguese LPB Player of the Week on two occasions.
Four built on his rookie year success and was even better during his second season, which was his first with Illiabum Clube. Four was a key member of a really good team, having started all 34 games, averaging 20+ points per game and increased his rebounds, assists and three-point shooting from his rookie season. During that season, Four was named a Eurobasket.com All-Portuguese League Honorable Mention and led his team to the Portuguese Supercup.
Four had quite the college career, being one of few players to play at three separate schools. Four played at the University of Vermont for one season, Towson University for two seasons and spent his graduate transfer year playing at the University of Rhode Island. Four averaged double digits in scoring in three of his four collegiate seasons and was consistently one of the top shooting guards from behind the arc and the free throw line. Four was named to the AEC All-Rookie Team and was also named All-AEC Rookie of the Year during his lone season at Vermont in 2012. He was also named to the AEC All-Tournament Team during that season as he led Vermont to a Regular Season 2nd Place Finish, an AEC Tournament Championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament where they beat Lamar in the First Four before losing to North Carolina in the first round. In his first season at Towson in 2013, Four led the CAA and ranked 6th in the nation in free throw percentage at 91.3%, which also set a new Towson single-season free throw record. He was also named Co-MVP of the Battle 4 Atlantis Mainland Tournament after averaging 16.5 points per game during the tournament Four led Towson to a CAA Regular Season 2nd place finish and a Semifinal appearance in the CAA Tournament during the 2014 season. During that season, Four registered his 1,000th career point against College of Charleston. Four finished his career at Rhode Island averaging double digits in scoring and securing his career high in rebounds per game and second highest in assists.
In 2015, Four was named to the 2015 CAA All-Academic team en route to earning his Bachelor’s Degree before heading to Rhode Island where he earned his Master’s Degree in Human Resources in 2016.
Four attended Dallastown High School where he finished as the school’s all time leading scorer with 1,854 career points and earned All-County honors in each of his final three seasons after leading the district in scoring each year. During his season year, Four was named Third Team All-State in Pennsylvania after averaging 24 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds per game.
Four was born as Patrick McGlynn IV in December, 1992 to Patrick McGlynn III and Tina Artman. He has five younger siblings - Brandon, Brelyn, Cameron, Jayden and Nicholas.