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Kim Glass Biography
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 08/22/2005
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Career: Holds Arizona’s single season records in kills (650), attempts (1,584), matches with 10 or more kills (31) and matches with 20 or more kills (18) ... Is third all-time at UA in career kills (1,526).

 

2004: Played in 66 games and 20 matches, starting 19 ... Averaged 4.85 kills, 2.94 digs, 0.73 blocks and 0.42 service aces per game ... Missed the first 10 matches of the season with a shoulder injury that required surgery in the off-season ... Reached double-digit kills 16 times and had 20 or more kills eight times ... Had 11 double-doubles on the season ... Led the team in kills 13 times, in digs four times and in blocks four times. Honors: All-Pac-10 player ... Academic All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection ... Wasn’t eligible for all-region or All-American honors due to the matches missed during her injury. Postseason: Led the team with 16 kills and added 11 digs, four blocks, three assists and two service aces against UC Irvine in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Finished with a match-high 23 kills and five service aces vs. San Diego in the second round. Also added 13 digs and three blocks. Season: Finished with 22 kills, five digs, three digs and three service aces in upset sweep of No. 14 California (11/26) ... Had 20 kills and 11 digs at Arizona State (11/19) ... Finished with 20 kills and 14 digs at No. 1 Washington (11/11) ... Tallied 16 kills and 12 digs against Oregon State (11/5) ... Had 16 kills, 14 digs and five blocks in a three-game upset of No. 12 UCLA (10/30) ... Totaled 28 kills and 14 digs vs. No. 1 Washington (10/16) ... Finished with 15 kills and 11 digs at Oregon (10/9) ... Had 22 kills and 12 digs at Oregon State (10/8) ... Tallied 25 kills and 16 digs vs. No. 10 UCLA (10/1) ... Finished with 21 kills, 11 digs and seven blocks at No. 16 California (9/24).

 

2003: Started all 32 matches ... Led the team in kills, kills per game and service aces, and ranked second in digs, and third in total blocks and blocks per game ... Averaged 5.60 kills, 2.91 digs, 0.71 blocks and 0.40 service aces per game. Honors: Third-team AVCA All-American ... First-team AVCA All-Pacific Region ... First-team All-Pac-10 ... Honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 ... Nov. 24 Pac-10 Player of the Week ... Pepperdine Classic MVP ... All-Wildcat Classic Team ... All-Arizona Invitational Team. Postseason: Finished with 20 kills and 14 digs in UA’s NCAA loss to Wisconsin. Season: Finished with her third 30-plus kill match of the season against Washington State (11/22) when she recorded a career-high-tying 31 kills on .351 hitting to go with 13 digs in the 3-1 win ... Led all players with 27 kills on .362 hitting, including 12 on 14 attempts in a decisive game-four win against No. 11 Washington (11/21) ... Finished with a match-high 28 kills on .323 hitting, 11 digs, two aces and three total blocks in a 3-1 series-sweeping win at Oregon State (11/14) ... Led all players with 22 kills and 18 digs in the 3-1 loss to No. 1 USC (11/7) ... Tallied a match-high 21 kills in three games to go along with her career-high 19 digs and four total blocks against No. 6 UCLA (11/6) ... Recorded 15 kills, 12 digs and eight total blocks, including three solos, in UA’s 3-0 upset win at No. 6 Cal (10/31) ... Finished with a match-high 24 kills, 13 digs and three total blocks at No. 9 Stanford (10/30) ... Led all players with 18 kills on .343 hitting, and added six digs and five block assists in UA’s 3-0 sweep over Arizona State (10/25) ... Posted a team-high 28 kills, 13 digs, and eight total blocks in UA’s five-game loss at No. 2 Hawaii (10/19) ... Set a three-game school record with 30 kills on .415 hitting to go with 14 digs in UA’s 3-0 sweep of Oregon State (10/17) ... Posted a season-high five service aces to go along with 11 kills and seven digs against Oregon (10/16) ... Led Arizona with 13 kills in UA’s 3-0 loss at No. 1 USC (10/11) ... Recorded a match-high 24 kills on .333 hitting and 13 digs in UA’s upset 3-1 win at No. 8 UCLA (10/10) ... Finished with 19 kills, six digs and three block assists in a three-game loss to No. 9 Cal (10/4) ... Tallied a match-high 19 kills with two aces, seven digs and two total blocks against No. 4 Stanford (10/3) ... Posted a career-high 31 kills with three aces, 16 digs and four total blocks in UA’s five-game loss at Arizona State (9/26) ... Led all players with 22 kills and finished with 12 digs and two aces at No. 14 Washington (9/19) ... Tallied a match-high 23 kills to go along with four aces, 13 digs and four block assists at Washington State (9/18) ... Finished with a match-high 23 kills on .393 hitting against American (9/13) ... Posted 23 kills and 12 digs in a 3-1 loss to No. 11 UC Santa Barbara (9/12) ... Posted a match-best 20 kills, 12 digs and five total blocks in a 3-0 win over New Mexico State (9/12) ... Finished with 11 kills and seven digs against Rhode Island (9/6) ... Led all players with 22 kills on .320 hitting in UA’s 3-1 loss to No. 22 Santa Clara (9/5) ... Finished with a match-high 20 kills in UA’s 3-1 upset win at No. 5 Pepperdine (8/30), en route to being named Pepperdine Classic MVP ... Led Arizona to its first win of the season with 16 kills on .281 hitting, three aces and six digs against Eastern Washington (8/30).

 

2002: Set Arizona freshman records in matches played (32), kills (556), attempts (1,257), service aces (44) and kills per game (4.96) ... Posted double digit kills in 23 of Arizona’s 28 regular season matches... Set a school record with five straight matches with 20 or more kills (10/3-10/17) ... Averaged 4.96 kills, 2.50 digs and 0.39 service aces per game ... Led the team in kills, kills per game and service aces, and ranked third in digs and digs per game. Honors: AVCA National Freshman of the Year ... Second team AVCA All-American ... AVCA All-Pacific Region ... AVCA Pacific Region Freshman of the Year ... Pac-10 Freshman of the Year ... All-Pac-10 ... Earned NCAA Tournament All-Pacific Region accolades ... Two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week. Postseason: Had a team-high 92 kills for an average of 6.20 kpg in Arizona’s four postseason matches ... Finished in double figure kills in all four postseason matches ... Led all players with 28 kills on a personal best .558 hitting in Arizona’s first round win over Texas-Arlington (12/5) ... Finished with a match-high 26 kills and eight digs in Arizona’s five-game win over Texas (12/6) in the second round ... Posted her third straight 20+ kill match of the postseason with 29 and also had 13 digs against Minnesota (12/12) in the regional semifinals at Stanford. Broke Terry Lauchner’s school single season record for kills in the match ... Led all Arizona players with 10 kills in UA’s regional final loss at Stanford (12/13). Season: Posted 17 kills and a match-high 15 digs in Arizona’s four-game loss at Utah (11/30) ... Finished with 21 kills and 11 digs in Arizona’s win at BYU (11/29) ... Recorded a match-high 23 kills to break Barb Bell’s freshman kills record of 417 and also had 18 digs at No. 21 UCLA (11/22) ... Played sparingly against Oregon State (11/16) due to a sore calf muscle, but still managed to snap off nine kills on 11 swings ... Finished with 21 kills on .421 hitting in Arizona’s 3-0 sweep at Cal (11/8) ... Sparked Arizona’s come-from-behind win over No. 17 Washington State (11/2) with 28 kills, including 11 in the momentum-swinging third game ... Finished with a team-high 16 kills on .542 hitting in Arizona’s sweep over ASU (10/25) ... Had a team-high 12 kills and six digs in Arizona’s sweep at Oregon State (10/18) ... Tallied a match-high 20 kills on .410 hitting in Arizona’s 3-0 win at Oregon (10/17) ... Was named the Oct. 14 Pac-10 Player of the Week after averaging 6.62 kpg in Arizona’s split with Cal and Stanford ... Set a then-three-game school record for kills with 25 in UA’s loss to Cal (10/12) ... Helped Arizona come back from an 0-2 deficit to defeat No. 4 Stanford 3-2 (10/11) with a match-high 28 kills ... Finished Arizona’s trip to Washington with 56 kills in two matches against Washington and Washington State (10/3-4) ... Racked up 26 kills and a team-high 14 digs in Arizona’s five-game win over Washington (10/4) ... Recorded a career-high 30 kills on .423 hitting at Washington State (10/3) ... Had a team-high 15 kills and 12 digs in Arizona’s loss at Arizona State (9/27) ... Led the Arizona offense for the fourth consecutive week with 31 kills on .333 against No. 11 UCLA (9/20) and No. 1 USC (9/21) ... Garnered Pac-10 Player-of-the-Week honors after her Nike Invitational MVP performance in Stockton where she recorded 50 kills, 28 digs and 11 total blocks against British Columbia, St. Mary’s and No. 21 Pacific ... Posted a career-high 21 kills and 15 digs at No. 21 Pacific (9/14) ... Finished with 11 kills and eight digs against St. Mary’s (9/14) .. Tallied 20 kills on .356 hitting in Arizona’s loss to No. 14 Pepperdine (9/7) ... Was one of three freshman in the starting lineup in Arizona’s season opening match against Texas-Arlington (8/30) ... Played well at the Louisville Labor Day Invite (8/30-31) posting double-digit kills against Texas-Arlington (18), American (12) and Louisville (14) ... Recorded a team-season-high six service aces and added six digs and six block assists against Texas-Arlington (8/30).

 

High School: Graduated from Conestoga Valley High School where she earned three varsity letters for head coach Alan Kofroth ... 2001 Gatorade State Player of the Year for Pennsylvania ... Ranked second in Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 50 for 2002 ... Was named all-state three times (1999-2001) ... Three-time All-Lebanon League selection (1999-2001) ... Was twice honored as the Lebanon League MVP (2000-01) ... Twice helped Conestoga to District III titles (2001, 00) and a runner-up finish in 1999 ...  2000 All-District III first team member ... Was member of three league title winning teams (1999-2001) ... Played for the 2002 US Junior National Team in Puerto Rico ... Was a member of the 2001 US Junior National Team along with current Arizona teammates Bre Ladd and Jennifer Abernathy that competed at the Women’s Junior World Championships in Santo Domingo and Santiago, Dominican Republic.

 

Club: Played four seasons with Synergy in Philadelphia, Pa.

 

Personal: Kim Glass was born Aug. 18, 1984 ... Daughter of Sherman and Kathy Glass ... Major is communication with minors in business and Spanish.

 

Career Match Highs

Hitting Percentage .558 vs. Texas Arlington (12/5/02)          
Kills		31, two times, most recent vs. Washington State (11/22/03)
Attempts		86 at Hawaii (10/19/03)
Assists		4, three times, most recent at Pacific (9/14/02) 
Digs		19 vs. UCLA (11/7/03)
Aces		6 vs. Texas Arlington (8/30/02)
Blocks		8, two times, most recent at Cal (10/31/03)

 

Career Stats

Season

GP

MP

K

K/G

E

TA

Pct

A

A/G

SA

SA/G

SE

RE

DIG

D/G

BS

BA

TB

B/G

BE

BHE

2002

112

32

556

4.96

196

1257

.286

32

0.29

44

0.39

77

46

280

2.50

14

51

65

0.58

15

7

2003

116

32

650

5.60

287

1584

.229

22

0.19

46

0.40

92

32

337

2.91

19

63

82

0.71

7

3

2004

66

20

320

4.85

140

824

.218

8

0.12

28

0.42

57

22

194

2.94

18

30

48

0.73

3

1

TOTAL

294

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