Coming to the University of Arizona from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, volleyball player Kim Glass was arguably the number one recruit in the country and was named the National Freshman of the Year in 2002. A three-time All-American outside hitter and five-time Pac-10 Player of the Week, Kim Glass was also a conference All-Academic honoree in 2003 and 2004. A four-time All-Pac-10 selection, Kim holds the reign as the only Pac-10 Player to reach double digit kills in every match. she broke Arizona's record of 2,000 kills and went on to be Arizona's all-time kill leader with a grand total of 2,151. The 6'3" athlete ranks third all-time in the Pac-10 in the same category. During her college career, Kim averaged 5.27 kills, 2.84 digs, 0.70 blocks, and 0.40 acres per game. For her career, Kim had double-digit kills in 105 of her 115 matches played. She holds the Wildcat record with 162 aces, and is third in career digs with 1,158. Kim helped lead Arizona to a fourth overall seed in the 2005 NCAA Tournament where they reached the regional final. Starting as the outside hitter, Kim made her first Olympic appearance in Beijing in 2008, where she helped Team USA win a silver medal.