Kim King
Kim King

Player Profile
Media, Pa.

High School:
Stath Haven




4 VL


2002 Update:
• Has been a key off the bench in 21 of 22 games and had three goals and four assists in 941 minutes.
• 37 career points ranks 11th all-time at Maryland.
• Assisted Dekker’s goal vs. Penn State (11/17) in NCAA Second Round for final career point in final game.
• Assisted Ali Andrzejewski’s goal at JMU (10/28).
• Started on Senior Night vs. Florida State (10/25).
• Scored game-winner vs. Virginia (10/11) in 43rd min.
• Has been hampered by a variety of leg injuries during the off season, forcing her to miss spring, and early in 2002.
• Scored game-winner with a penalty kick vs. Duke (9/27).
• Assisted Katie Ludwig’s game-winner vs. VCU (9/8).
• Scored Terps’ fourth goal at Rutgers (9/6) and assisted Simone Dekker’s first career goal.

On King: A senior offensive starter … crafty and hard-working player … played wide forward for much of her junior season and was one of the Terps' most consistent players … gives 100 percent all the time … has an unorthodox and unpredictable style that makes her dangerous in and around the box according to Higgins-Cirovski … technically sound … quick off the turn when trying to beat defenders ... a natural finisher when she gets deep into the opponents’ defense … a dangerous weapon inside the 18-yard box … suffered from compartment syndrome this past spring, but should be ready to go this fall.

As a junior (2001): Saw action in all 19 games, starting 18 … played 1,595 of 1,801 minutes … tied Jenny Biscoe for the team lead in goals with five … also tallied three assists for 13 points -- second-most on the team behind Biscoe … scored game-winner at Duke (9/2) in seventh minute … netted first career two-goal game vs. George Washington (9/21), and her third career game-winner … assisted Biscoe’s game-winner vs. Loyola (9/30) … second assist of year vs. Rutgers (10/24) … scored fourth goal with 0:50 left at NC State (10/28) … assisted Audra Poulin’s header goal vs. Mount St. Mary's (10/31) … scored in 12th minute vs. Florida State (11/8) in the ACC Tournament.

As a sophomore (2000): Played in all 19 games, drawing two starts … finished fourth on the team in scoring with three goals and two assists for eight points … scored first goal against Duke (9/1) … scored first career game-winner against George Mason (9/27) in a 1-0 win over Patriots … posted first career multi-point game against Howard (10/11) with a goal and assist … her cross set up Sara Gustafson’s header at James Madison (10/17).

As a freshman (1999): Played in 21 of 22 games, starting four … scored in first two college games at George Washington (8/29) and vs. UMBC (9/1) … became the first Maryland freshman since Emmy Harbo, in 1995, to score in each of her first two college games … third goal of the season came at William & Mary (10/2), as she put Maryland up 2-0 in the 43rd minute … finished with 17 shots including season-high three against UCLA (9/6).

Before Maryland: Four-year letterwinner at Strath Haven High School in Media, Pa., who served as team captain her senior season … led Strath Haven to the state championship her junior season and earned team Most Valuable Player honors … named as the area player of the year as a junior by the Philadelphia Inquirer … the Delaware County News Player of the Year as a senior … closed her prep career tied for the all-time school lead for career goals … led prep team in scoring as a freshman, sophomore and junior … all-state selection in 1997 and 1998 … all-league and all-district first team as a junior and senior … led club team FC Delco to the State Cup championships in 1996, 1997 and 1999 … was the team’s leading scorer in 1999 … FC Delco reached the regional championships in 2000 … voted as State Cup tournament Most Valuable Player in 1995 and 1997 … a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Olympic Development program from 1992-98 … a member of the U.S. Region I pool.

Personal: Kimberly Ann King … born May 13, 1981 … daughter of Lisa and Jay King … majoring in psychology … three-time member of the ACC Honor Roll.

Career Statistics

Year	  GP	 GS	  G	  A	 Pts.	Shots	GWG
1999	  21	  4	  3       0	  6	    17	  0
2000	  19	  2	  3	  2	  8	    20	  1
2001	  19 	 18	  5	  3	 13	    30	  2
2002	  22	  1	  3	  4	 10	    19	  2
Totals	81	25	14	  9	 37	    86	  5

Career Highs
Goals: 2 vs. George Washington (9/21/01)
Assists: 1 on five occasions
Points: 4 vs. George Washington (9/21/01)