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.