Alisha Glass

Alisha Glass

Imoco Volley
United States
Birth Date
Birth Place
184 cm
72 kg

 Position: Setter

Height: 184 cm/6-0
Weight: 158
Hometown/Residence: Leland, Mich./Leland, Mich.
Birth Date: April 5, 1988
College/Major/Grad Year: Penn State/Kinesiology/TBA
Joined Team: June 2009

Most Notable

Named USA Volleyball Indoor Female Athlete of the Year for 2013
Earned gold medal in three consecutive FIVB World Grand Prix Final Rounds (2010, 2011, 2012)
Selected Best Setter of FIVB World Grand Prix Final Round in 2010 and 2013 FIVB World Grand Prix
Led Team USA to gold medal at 2013 NORCECA Continental Championship and was named Best Setter
Starting setter at Penn State all four years and led Nittany Lions to three consecutive NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball championship titles


2014 - USA Volleyball Cup vs Brazil...FIVB World Grand Prix (5th in Preliminary)
2013 - Pan American Cup (Gold)...USA Volleyball Cup…FIVB World Grand Prix (6th Place-Best Setter)...NORCECA Championship (Gold-Best Setter)...FIVB Grand Champions Cup (Silver).
2012 - FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...Pan American Cup (Gold).
2011 – Montreux Volley Masters (Fourth)…Pan American Cup (Bronze)...FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...NORCECA Championship (Gold)...FIVB World Cup (Silver).
2010 – Tour of China…Pan American Cup (Bronze)...FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold-Best Setter)...Tour of Brazil...FIVB World Championship (Fourth).

Did You Know

Averaged 10.22 assists per set in 2013 while starting 28 of 31 matches
Set Team USA to consecutive gold medals at the Pan American Cup
AVCA All-America First-Team in 2008 and 2009 after being selected second-team as sophomore in 2007
Started on 2004 U.S. Girls' Youth National Team that won NORCECA Championship and was named Best Setter
Finished prep career as natonal and state high school record hold in season aces (296), career aces (937) and career kills (3,584)
Mother Laurie Glass was her high school volleyball coach
Likes to do jigsaw puzzles in her free time

The Big Blurb

On what made her fall in love with the game: "I am just a fan of the sport in general. I think it is so complex. It requires so much of your brain, along with the physical aspect. You have to train as hard as you can to be bigger, faster, stronger. But also you have to train the mental game. You have to learn the game. You have to learn the opponent, learn yourself, learn your teammates. And so there so much to learn from it, you are constantly evolving. There is not a peak you are going to hit." - May 2013 Interview with USA Volleyball


  • Position Setter
  • Selection Olympic (0) - W.C. (24) - Other (143)
  • International Debut Tijuana, Mexico
  • Current Club Imoco Volley
  • Spike 305
  • Block 300