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19. 01. 2019

USA W: Alisha Glass gets an important coaching role in the USA!

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The World Champion from 2014 Alisha Glass Childress, has gotten and important coaching role in one University team in the USA.

 

A former national team member and Penn State standout has been named assistant coach for the Stanford women’s volleyball team.

Alisha Glass retired in 2016 at the age of 28, after winning the bronze medal with the USA at the FIVB World Championship.

Now, this is a new chapter in her volleyball life. She will work as an assistant coach at Stanford University, which is a good starting point for Alisha.

 

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