WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Arizona volleyball players Kim Glass and Jennifer Abernathy have been named to the 14-member All-Pacific-10 team. Meanwhile, senior Bre Ladd, junior Kristina Baum and sophomore Dominique Lamb were honorable mention selections, while libero Brittany Leonard was named honorable mention All-Freshman.
Glass, the only four-time selection on this year’s team, has 18 double-doubles on the season. She led the conference in kills per game (5.78) and points per game (6.66), and ranked third in service aces per game (0.40). Glass is the only Pac-10 player to reach double-digit kills in every match and is a two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week.She currently ranks first all-time at Arizona and fourth in the Pac-10 with 2,045 career kills.
Abernathy, a first-time selection, has 13 double-doubles on the season. She ranked sixth in the Pac-10 in kills per game (4.13), seventh in points per game (4.85) and eighth in service aces per game (0.36). Abernathy reached double-digit kills 23 times and double-digit digs 14 times, and notched 20 or more kills twice. She was named MVP of the Wildcat Classic and Pac-10 Player of the Week for Sept. 1-8. She was also named to the all-tournament team at the Rhode Island Tournament.
Ladd, a four-time honorable mention pick, ranks third all-time at Arizona with 439 career blocks. She has one double-double on the season, and reached double-digit kills six times and double-digit blocks once. Ladd was named to the all-tournament teams at the Wildcat Classic and the Rhode Island Tournament.
Baum has three double-doubles on the season, reached double-digit kills nine times and tallied double-digit digs six times. She was named Pac-10 and AVCA National Player of the Week for Oct. 10-16 after averaging 4.12 points, 3.50 kills on .383 hitting, 2.62 digs and 0.62 blocks in wins over then-No. 3 Stanford and No. 13 California.
Lamb, who has one double-double on the season, ranked fifth in the Pac-10 in blocks (1.28) and seventh in hitting percentage (.318). She reached double-digit kills and double-digit blocks three times each.
Leonard, who led the team in digs 14 times, ranked eighth in the Pac-10 with a 3.92 digs-per-game average. She reached double-digit digs 16 times and had 20 or more digs three times. Leonard is currently averaging 3.80 digs per game, which ranks first all-time in the Arizona single season record books.