With the previous commitment of Alexandra Sanford and the additions of Glozman and Harmon, Carolina boasts the No. 3 ranked recruiting class according to the Tennis Recruiting Network (tennisrecruiting.net). The Tar Heels have had a top-5 ranked class every season since 2012.
Glozman, from Bellevue, Washington, is regarded as a Blue Chip prospect and currently ranked No. 9 in the 2017 class by tennis recruiting.net. She is the top rated player in the state of Washington and the Northwest Region.
She has participated in numerous USTA Junior Development training camps and has represented the United States in international competitions.
Harmon, a native of Huntersville, North Carolina, plays out of River Run Tennis Club and graduated this spring from Hough High School.
A three-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net, the 5-8 Harmon placed third in the Southern Closed Championship and won the North Carolina Tar Heel qualifier in doubles in 2015.
Sanford, of Westerville, Ohio, signed on with UNC back in the fall of 2016. She was ranked No. 1 in her class as recently as August 2016, and was as high as the 16th ranked junior player last summer.
North Carolina continued its run of excellence in 2017 by earning its fifth-straight top-5 ITA ranking, and setting a program record with 33 dual match wins. UNC earned the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Team Championship and reached the quarterfinals for the fourth time in the last five seasons.