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Sophomore Kim Glass Named All-Pac-10
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 11/25/2003
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Nov. 25, 2003

TUCSON, Ariz.- Sophomore Kim Glass has been named the 2003 All-Pac-10 team in a vote by conference coaches, Commissioner Tom Hansen announced on Tuesday. The honor is the second in her career at UA and is the Wildcats' 21st all-time honoree.

Glass, Arizona's leader in nearly every statistical category, finished as the top player in Pac-10 play in kills per game (5.83) and in points per game (6.73) and fourth in service aces per game (0.42). She finished the conference season with 385 kills on .251 hitting, 28 service aces, 202 digs and 53 total blocks.

Classmates Bre Ladd and Jennifer Abernathy were also both recognized by the conference coaches with honorable mention all-conference honors. Ladd led all Arizona players with a .329 hitting percentage against conference competition and finished with a 1.08 bpg average. Abernathy was second only to Glass on the Arizona roster in kills against Pac-10 teams, finishing with 223 (3.54 kpg).

A pair of Arizona newcomers, Kristina Baum and Stephanie Butkus, were recognized with honorable mention all-freshman honors as well. Baum finished the Pac-10 season with an even 100 kills (1.54 kpg) and Butkus led the Wildcats with an 11.08 apg average in Pac-10 play.

USC's April Ross was named the Pac-10 Player of the Year, Stanford's Kristin Richards was tabbed as the Freshman of the Year and Cal's Rich Feller garnered Coach of the Year honors.


2003 ALL-PAC-10 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM
PLAYER,TEAM			POS.	HT.	YR.	HOMETOWN
Emily Adams, USC**		MB	6-5	Jr.	Phoenix, Ariz.
Toni Anderson, USC		S	5-10	Sr.	Yorba Linda, Calif.
Keao Burdine, USC**		OH	6-1	Jr.	La Habra, Calif.
Bibiana Candelas, USC		MB	6-5	So.	Torreon, Mexico
Heather Cullen, UCLA		OH	6-1	Jr.	Costa Mesa, Calif.
Kim Glass, ARIZ**		OH	6-2	So.	Lancaster, Pa.
Jennifer Harvey, STAN		MB	6-5	Sr.	Denver, Colo.
Mia Jerkov, CAL**		OH	6-3	Jr.	Split, Croatia
Brynn Murphy, UCLA		MB	6-3	Jr.	Coronado, Calif.
Ogonna Nnamani, STAN*** 	OH	6-1	Jr.	Normal, Ill.
Kristin Richards, STAN		OH	6-0	Fr.	Orem, Utah
April Ross, USC****		OH	6-1	Sr.	Newport Beach, Calif.
Sanja Tomasevic, WASH		OH	6-1	Jr.	Uzice, Yugoslavia
Chrissie Zartman, UCLA**	L	5-5	Jr.	Hermosa Beach, Calif.
** two-time selection
*** three-time selection
**** four-time selection 

Honorable Mention: Jennifer Abernathy, ARIZ; Zanda Bautre, WSU; Kara Bjorklund, WASH; Laura Collins, OSU; Nicole Davis, USC; Natalie Harris, ASU; Bre Ladd, ARIZ; Allison Lawrence, OSU; Candace Lee, WASH; Camille Leffal, CAL; Krystal McFarland, UCLA; Darla Myhre, WASH; Katie Olsovsky, USC; Brittany Ringel, UCLA; Courtney Thompson, WASH.


2003 PAC-10 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
PLAYER, TEAM			POS.	HT.	HOMETOWN
Kristen Carlson, WSU		OH	6-2	Purcellville, Va.
Samantha Carter, CAL		S	5-11	Apopka, Fla.
Colby Lyman, UCLA		OH	6-0	Los Altos Hills, Calif.
Sarah Mason, ORE		MB	6-3	Hilo, Hawaii
Kristin Richards, STAN		OH	6-0	Orem, Utah
Courtney Thompson, WASH 	S	5-8	Kent, Wash.
Jennifer Todd,  WSU		MB	6-3	Henderson, Nev.
 
Honorable Mention: Kristina Baum, ARIZ; Stephanie Butkus, ARIZ; Jillian Davis, CAL; Amanda Fox, CAL, Kimi Freeburg, USC; Becky Green, UCLA.

PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: April Ross, USC

PAC-10 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Kristin Richards, Stanford

PAC-10 COACH OF THE YEAR: Rich Feller, California

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