WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Arizona volleyball players Kim Glass and Jolene Killough have been named to the 14-member All-Pacific-10 team. Meanwhile, Bre Ladd was an honorable mention selection.
Despite missing the first 10 matches of the season with a shoulder injury, Glass, a three-time All-Pac-10 honoree, currently leads the team in kills, kills per game, service aces per game and solo blocks. The outside hitter also ranks second in service aces and digs per game and fourth in digs and blocks per game. In conference matches, she ranked second in kills and points and third in service aces. Last Friday against California, Glass moved into third place all-time at Arizona in career kills. She now has 1,487 on her career.
A senior middle blocker, Killough currently ranks eighth nationally and third in the Pac-10 in hitting percentage. She also ranks eighth in the Pac-10 in blocks per game. Killough leads the Wildcats in hitting percentage, block assists, total blocks and blocks per game. Killough committed zero errors in seven matches this season, including a string of five straight. Her .404 season hitting percentage ranks third all-time at Arizona, while her career mark of .353 ranks second. Killough was also named honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10.
Ladd, a junior middle blocker, ranks second on the team in solo blocks, block assists, total blocks and blocks per game, is third in service aces, and fourth in kills, kills per game and service aces per game. In Pac-10 matches, Ladd ranked fifth in hitting percentage (.365). She had at least one block in 27 of 28 matches this season, leading the team in blocks 11 times.