FAYETTEVILLE -Casey Glass has joined the University of Arkansas strength and conditioning staff as a full-time assistant it was announced by the Razorback Athletic Department.
Glass, who interned with the Razorbacks last year, will work directly with volleyball, diving, women’s tennis, women’s cross country and track and field at Arkansas. She will also assist with baseball, men’s track and field, soccer, women’s basketball and softball.
"Casey is young, energetic and has a great passion for strength and conditioning and the University of Arkansas," said Todd Barbour, director of strength and conditioning for Olympic sports. "She was exactly what I was looking for to make our department better. Our goal is to have the best strength and conditioning department in the nation and we just took a step toward reaching that goal."
Prior to joining the Razorbacks, Glass worked as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. During her time with the Boilermakers, Glass designed the programs and worked with diving, women’s golf, soccer, softball, cheerleading and volleyball while assisting with football, track and men’s and women’s basketball. Glass also had the distinction of training Olympic diver David Boudia leading up to the 2008 Beijing Games.
Glass began her career at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, where she worked as an intern with soccer, volleyball, women’s golf, basketball and football.