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Kim Stein
Kim  Stein


New Hyde Park, NY

High School:
New Hyde Park Memorial




Baris, Hillman and Kavanagh Named to Longstreth/NFHCA All-Region Squad

Hillman Earns First Team Honors; Baris and Kavanagh Earn Second Team Honors


Stein, Wharton & Phillips Named to Longstreth/NFHCA All-Region Teams

Stein and Wharton Garner First Team Accolades


Four Blue Jays Named To Centennial All-Conference Team

Phillips, Stein and Wharton Named to First Team


Johns Hopkins Falls in Centennial Conference Semifinals

Blue Jays End Season at 10-8


Field Hockey Weekly Notes

Blue Jays Prepare for Centennial Conference Touranment

2011: Started 17 games • posted a 2.22 goals against average with a .814 save percentage and one shutout • named First Team All-Centennial Conference and First Team All-South • ranked second in the conference in save percentage, fourth in saves (144) and sixth in goals against average • ranks fourth in school history in career saves (319), ninth in save percentage (.792), 10th in minutes played (2733:25) and 12th in goals against average (2.11) • made 10 saves in win over #5 Lebanon Valley • made six saves in loss at Babson • turned away 12 shots in win at MIT • made five saves in one half of action at #2 Salisbury • turned in second 12-save performance of the season in 1-0 win at Washington College • was not forced to make a save in 56:36 of shutout of Muhlenberg • made nine saves in loss at #17 Christopher Newport • made three saves in first half at Swarthmore • stopped 13 shots in loss to #3 Franklin & Marshall • made 18 saves and allowed just one goal in loss at #10 Ursinus • made 14 saves at #6 TCNJ • turned away 14 shots in win over Haverford • made four saves in one half of action in win over Dickinson • posted nine saves in 4-1 win at McDaniel • stopped all eight shots she faced in win over Gettysburg • made six saves in Centennial Conference semifinal. 2010: Named First Team All-Centennial Conference and NFHCA All-South • started all 18 games, totaling 1188:41 minutes with a 2.30 goals against average and a .783 save percentage with two shutouts • totaled 141 saves on the season, the 10th most in school history • led the conference in save percentage, ranked third in saves and fifth in goals against average • made four saves in overtime loss to St. Mary's • posted second career shutout with two saves against Virginia Wesleyan • made 13 saves in 56:46 of action in loss at #6 Lebanon Valley • followed that up with a then career-high 14 saves in 55:03 of action in loss to top-ranked Salisbury • made four saves in loss at Gettysburg • stopped all nine shots she faced in shutout of Washington & Lee • made three saves in 61:36 of action against Swarthmore • posted seven saves and gave up just one goal in win at Dickinson • made 11 saves in win over Haverford • made seven saves in loss to #11 TCNJ • made five saves in overtime win over Franklin & Marshall • made two saves in win at Muhlenberg • made 10 saves in upset win over #7 Christopher Newport • started and played 19:48 without facing a shot in win at Bryn Mawr • named to Centennial Conference Honor Roll (10-25) • made five saves in win at McDaniel • stopped a career-high 25 shots in loss to #3 Ursinus • named to Centennial Conference Honor Roll (11-01) • made eight saves in Centennial Conference semifinal loss to Haverford. 2009: Played six games and started two • finished with a 2.66 goals against average and a .750 save percentage • played 9:50 in relief in shutout at Virginia Wesleyan • played second half against Dickinson, stopping all six shots she faced • played first half in overtime win at #8 TCNJ and made four saves • played 25:36 in relief in shutout of Bryn Mawr • played second half in loss at #3 Ursinus, making a then career-high 10 saves • made four saves in win over #14 Gettysburg in Centennial Conference semifinals. 2008: Played seven games and started three in rookie season • posted a 0.95 goals against average, a .714 save percentage and 3-0 record • made three saves to earn win over #10 Christopher Newport in collegiate debut • posted first career shutout against Delaware Valley • earned third straight win with one save versus Roanoke • played the second half in shutout of Swarthmore • played the second half in win over Virginia Wesleyan and made three saves • made one save without surrendering a goal in second half against Franklin & Marshall • stopped only shot faced in shutout at Bryn Mawr. Personal: Kimberly A. Stein • born May 10, 1990 • daughter of Michael and Mary Stein • recipient of Kodak Young Leaders award • three-time all-conference and two-time all-county selection • led New Hyde Park Memorial to conference finals in junior and senior seasons • set district single-game saves record as a senior • finished with over 500 career saves • also played one season of softball • President of the Johns Hopkins chapter of Global Brigades • secretary of Phi Mu sorority • majoring in public health with a minor in Spanish for the medical profession.