During his time with the Penn athletic program, Glenn Partridge was a member of two teams that received NCAA Tournament berths.  He first tasted victory as a sophomore on the men's soccer team in 1973.  He then followed Head Coach Bob Seddon onto the diamond at River Field and saw tournament action again as a junior in 1975 with the baseball team.


In 1973, the Penn men’s soccer team was making its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance.  Although finishing second in the Ivy League with a 5-2 record, the Red and Blue, who had an overall record of 13-3, returned to the NCAA Tournament, advancing all the way to the quarterfinals before falling, 1-0, to Clemson.  Partridge was the team's second leading scorer in 1973, tallying 10 goals.


In the spring of his sophomore year, Partridge also starred for Seddon's baseball team.  That year, the team went 23-5-1 and 9-4 in the E.I.B.L.  He earned First-Team All-E.I.B.L. and All-Ivy League honors.


In 1975, the Red and Blue advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after winning the E.I.B.L. with a 12-2 record.  Again, Partridge received an All-Ivy nod for his efforts in the outfield.


During his senior year, he set several Penn single-season records, including hits (59), doubles (13) and triples (6), again earning All-Ivy status.  Partridge was selected co-captain of the 1976 squad. He also held the University of Pennsylvania baseball program's hits in a single season record for 20 years before it was broken in 1996.


After graduation, Partridge, a member of the Penn Baseball Hall of Fame, was signed by the Milwaukee Brewers and spent two years in their minor league farm system, recording a lifetime batting average of .300.