|High School:||The Bullis School|
"We have always maintained that Kimmy is one of the more skillful and intelligent players in this program. We are very hopeful that she will have an impact this fall, as we are a better team with Kimmy on the field."
As a sophomore (2006): Redshirt season after suffering a concussion during preseason training.
As a freshman (2005): Came off the bench to take four shots in 0-0 tie vs. Towson (8/26) ... scored her first collegiate goal on a header off a cross from Kimmy Francis in 4-0 rout of Rhode Island (8/28) ... two shots in 2-1 loss in double-overtime to No. 9 UConn (9/2) at the Notre Dame Invitational ... two shots in 2-0 loss to Villanova (9/8) ... filled in as the team's emergency goalkeeper vs. Rutgers (9/11) ... made four saves, shutting out the Scarlet Knights to earn a 1-0 victory ... had not played goalkeeper since elementary school ... was named to the Maryland/adidas Classic all-tournament team for her efforts ... started at center back, her third different starting position of the season, in 0-0 tie at Clemson (9/22) ... one shot in 2-0 loss at Miami (10/9) ... one shot in 2-1 overtime win vs. NC State (10/13) ... returned to playing forward for the first time since the Yale game (9/18) and scored the Terps' first goal in 2-1 upset of No. 8 Boston College (10/29).
Before Maryland: Missed the entire 2004 season rehabbing a knee injury ... scored 30 goals to go along with 12 assists as a junior in 2003 ... 2003 first team selection by Prince George's County Gazette ... second team Washington Post all-Metro selection ... named team and offensive MVP ... first team all-ISL ... Bullis Female Athlete of the Year ... scored 21 goals as a freshman ... member of the Maryland State ODP for six years ... led Maryland ODP to Region I title in 2002 and 2004 and national silver medalists in 2003 ... member of the Region I team from 2001-2004 ... participated at the Boca Raton (Fla.) Interregional Event for three years ... selected to the 2001 and 2002 national pools ... lead the Bethesda Excel club team to five Maryland state titles ... two-time regional champions ... helped Bethesda Excel to the national title game.
Personal: Daugher of Bob Bunting ... sister of Bobby, Chris, Michele Brian and Stephanie Graver ... majoring in family studies.
Kimmy Bunting's Career Statistics
Kimmy Bunting's Career Highs
|Goals: 1 vs. Rhode Island (8/28/05); Boston College (10/29/05)|
|Points: 2 vs. Rhode Island (8/28/05); Boston College (10/29/05)|