General Glen
United States of America
Lawton, Oklahoma, United States of America


Glen Mullins grew up in Lawton, Oklahoma, where he won the Boomer Conference number one singles and number one doubles titles all three years in high school. He is Lawton High School’s only State Tennis Champion, winning the singles title his senior year in 1966. He was named to the Oklahoma All-Decade Tennis Team for the 1960’s.

Glen attended the University of Oklahoma and played for coach Jerry Keen. Freshmen were not eligible to play varsity back then. He played number one singles and number one doubles his last three years at O.U. and was Team Captain his last two years. He was Big Eight runner-up in singles his sophomore year and champion his junior and senior years. He was Big Eight champion in doubles his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Forty-one years later he and Bruce Barrett still hold the career O.U. doubles record for most consecutive wins in a season (19) and highest winning percentage (100% at 19-0). He was named the Daily Oklahoman’s Sportsman of the Month in May of 1970. He graduated in 1970 with a degree in Journalism.

He then served in the U. S. Army as a First Lieutenant and won the 5th Army singles title in 1971, later playing Stan Smith, the then number one ranked player in the World. He was an infantry platoon leader in Viet Nam.

Glen has won numerous local, state, and sectional titles. He continues to actively play tournament and league tennis.

He graduated from the O.U. College of Law in 1976 and has been named to the prestigious “Oklahoma Super Lawyer” list every year since 2009. Glen and Mary have been married since 1974 and have two children, Mark and Laura, and one grandchild.


Archive statistics 1966 - 1968

Tournament wins 1968 - Ozark Invitation (Amateur)

Tournaments US Clay Courts - 1968 Oklahoma State - 1968 Intercollegiate Championships - 1968 Ozark Invitation - 1968 Prairie Village - 1967 Fort Worth Thanksgiving - 1967 Oklahoma State - 1966 Indian Capitol - 1966 Seminole Memorial Day - 1966

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