Glynn A. Hill

Washington, D.C.

Reporter covering general and national sports stories

Education: Howard University, BA in Journalism

Glynn is a general assignment and breaking news reporter for The Washington Post. He previously worked for the Houston Chronicle, where he covered business, education, government and sports.
Latest from Glynn A. Hill

Bengals hold off Raiders’ rally to win first playoff game in 31 years

Joe Burrow and the Bengals triumphed, 26-19, to end an eventful Raiders season.

January 15, 2022

Alabama star Will Anderson Jr. is nearing records — and just scratching the surface

Will Anderson Jr. has been a defensive force for Alabama, which faces Georgia in the College Football Playoff national championship game Monday.

January 8, 2022

Former Mets GM Zack Scott found not guilty of driving while intoxicated

The Mets placed Zack Scott on administrative leave in September following his arrest. He was fired in November.

January 6, 2022

Seven months after on-field collapse, Denmark’s Christian Eriksen plots his return

The star midfielder reflected on last summer's episode and his hopes for 2022 in his first public interview since his on-field collapse.

January 4, 2022

For Utah, a season that began with tragedy ends with a historic trip to the Rose Bowl

Utah lost two players before October. The team has since dominated the Pac-12 en route to a historic season.

December 31, 2021

CFP committee’s new coronavirus policy could lead to forfeits or a vacated championship

The new policies come as a pair of Alabama coaches tested positive for coronavirus and after Texas A&M ruled itself out of the Gator Bowl.

December 22, 2021

A congressman is probing coaches’ salaries. The results may be simple — and unpopular.

Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr.’s inquiry stems from the massive contracts recently awarded to high-profile college football coaches.

December 19, 2021

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are latest Nets players to enter NBA’s coronavirus protocols

Durant and Irving joined James Harden and LaMarcus Aldridge among the Nets players in the league's health and safety protocols.

December 18, 2021

Kyrie Irving will rejoin the depleted Nets for some road games

Kyrie Irving, who has not played since June, had been barred from competing in road games although he was eligible per league rules.

December 17, 2021

Mercedes withdraws its appeal of disputed Formula One season finale

Mercedes had protested on behalf of Lewis Hamilton, who was beaten by Max Verstappen for the Formula One title Sunday.

December 16, 2021