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Kim Newsome

Kim Newsome

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Apopka, Fla.

High School:
Apopka

Last College:
Polk CC

Height:
5-7

Position:
F

2010:
-Voted onto the All-C-USA Second Team
-Also earned a spot on the C-USA All-Tournament Team and the NSCAA All-Central Region Third Team
-Tied for the team lead with 10 goals and also had seven assists for 27 points
-Took 45 shots with 19 of them on goal
-Racked up five game-winning goals during the year
-Had a three-point afternoon vs. VCU
-Scored goals vs. Florida State, Arizona State, East Carolina, UAB, Rice and UTEP
-Tallied a goal in three-straight outings vs. SMU, Southern Miss and SMU (C-USA Championship), all of which were game-winners
-Had two assists and a goal vs. USM for a four-point evening
-Also had an assist in the 2-1 NCAA Tournament win over Fresno State

2009:
-Worked in all 23 matched, starting once, and finished with two goals and four assists for eight points
-Scored one game-winner and took 16 total shots, putting nine on net
-Handled most of the Knights' throw-ins near the opposing goal
-Scored goals against UTEP and SMU, with assists against FIU (two), Marshall and Tulsa

Prior to UCF
- Two-time NJCAA and NSCAA All-American while at Polk C.C.
- Team ranked sixth in the country in 2007-08 and eighth in 2008-09
- 2007 Polk Women's Athlete of the Year
- Finished with 110 career goals and 40 assists at the high school level, playing for Apopka her final three seasons and Evans High School as a freshman
- Earned all-metro, all-county and all-Central Florida honors three seasons
- Captain all four years for IUS Hayasa of the Region III Premier League
- Placed third in the Donnelly Cup nationals
- Member of the 2006-07 U-23 National Camp/Pool
- Helped the Florida Women's Select Team to a regional championship in 2007
- Competed for the Florida Olympic Development Program Team from 1999-05, as it grabbed fourth place in the 2005 nationals

Personal
- Daughter of Roosevelt and Geneiva Newsome

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