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Sophomore Kim Glass Named Third-Team All-America
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 12/17/2003
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Dec. 17, 2003

Arizona Volleyball December 17, 2003 Contact: Matt Rector

TUCSON, Ariz.- Arizona sophomore Kim Glass has been named third-team All-America, the American Volleyball Coaches Association announced on Wednesday. The postseason honor is the second in her two-year Wildcat career.

Glass, a 2003 AVCA All-Pacific Region and All-Pac-10 honoree, set Arizona single season records in kills (650), kills per game (5.60), double-digit kill matches (31) and matches with 20 or more kills (18), including three 30-plus kill contests, this season.

The AVCA Freshman of the Year and a second-team All-American in 2002, Glass is already seventh all-time at Arizona in career kills (1,206) with two seasons of eligibility remaining.


2003 AVCA DIVISION I ALL-AMERICA FIRST-TEAM
Player	             Institution	Pos.	Yr. 	Ht.	Hometown
Emily Adams ^	     USC        	MB	Jr.	6-6	Phoenix, Arizona
Cassie Busse #	     Minnesota  	RS/Opp	Sr.	6-2	Prior Lake, Minnesota
Bibiana Candelas     USC        	MB	So.	6-5	Torreon, Mexico
Aury Cruz ^*	     Florida    	OH	Sr.	5-11	Levittown, Puerto Rico
Kele Eveland         Georgia Techn	S	Sr.	5-11	Grand Rapids, Michigan
Lauren Goehring	     Kansas State 	MB	Sr.	6-0	Fort Worth, Texas
Jennifer Joines #$&  Pacific    	MB	Sr.	6-3	Milpitas, California
Ogonna Nnamani #$    Stanford   	OH	Jr.	6-1	Normal, Illinois
April Ross ^&	     USC        	OH	Sr.	6-2	Newport Beach, California
Cara Smith #	     Penn State 	MB	Sr.	6-1	Lafayette, Indiana
Katie Wilkins #$     Pepperdine 	OH	Sr.	6-4	Lakeside, California
Kim Willoughby ^*    Hawaii     	OH	Sr.	6-0	Napoleonville, Louisiana

2003 AVCA DIVISION I ALL-AMERICA SECOND-TEAM Player Institution Pos. Yr. Ht. Hometown Keao Burdine USC OH Jr. 6-1 Pico Rivera, California Melissa Elmer Nebraska MB So. 6-2 Fort Wayne, Indiana Paula Gentil @ Minnesota Lib So. 5-9 Forteleaza Ceara, Brazil Stacey Gordon ^$ Ohio State OH Jr. 5-11 Oshawa, Ontario, Canada Jennifer Harvey Stanford MB Sr. 6-5 Denver, Colorado Benavia Jenkins @$ Florida MB Sr. 6-0 Ft. Pierce, Florida Mia Jerkov @ California OH Jr. 6-3 Split, Croatia Lily Kahumoku ^% Hawaii OH Sr. 6-2 Lubbock, Texas Melissa Munsch Texas A&M MB Jr. 6-2 Columbus, Texas Sanja Tomasevic Washington OH Jr. 6-1 Uzice, Yugoslavia Sam Tortorello Penn State S So. 5-11 Shorewood, Illinois Sherri Williams Florida MB Jr. 6-2 Orlando, Florida

2003 AVCA DIVISION I ALL-AMERICA THIRD-TEAM Player Institution Pos. Yr. Ht. Hometown Lisa Argabright Illinois MB Sr. 6-5 Louisville, Kentucky Julie DuPont Cincinnati OH Jr. 6-0 Muskego, Wisconsin Jennifer Fopma CS Northridge MB Sr. 6-3 Bellflower, California Kim Glass # Arizona OH So. 6-3 Lancaster, Pennsylvania Wendy Hatlestad Pittsburgh OH Sr. 6-3 Roseville, Minnesota Kanoe Kamana'o Hawai'i S Fr. 5-8 Honolulu, Hawaii Erin Moore Michigan MB Sr. 6-0 Tiffin, Ohio Lynnette Moster # Georgia Tech OH Jr. 5-10 Liberty, Indiana Becky Potter # Santa Clara MB Sr. 6-0 Clovis, California Kim Turner Utah MB Sr. 6-2 Chandler, Arizona Linette White SW Missouri State MB Sr. 5-10 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Kelly Wing UC Irvine OH Jr. 5-11 Murrieta, California

^ indicates 2002 AVCA First-Team All-America selection * indicates 2001 AVCA First-Team All-America selection % indicates 2000 AVCA First-Team All-America selection # indicates 2002 AVCA Second-Team All-America selection $ indicates 2001 AVCA Second-Team All-America selection & indicates 2000 AVCA Second-Team All-America selection @ indicates 2002 AVCA Third-Team All-America selection

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