2011 Soccer America All-Freshman Team
2011 ACC All-Freshman Team
2011 ACC All-Tournament Team (unanimous)
Started 22 games at center back, missing only one game when she was away from the team for a family emergency ... Scored a career-high three goals and six points ... All three of her goals came off of set pieces ... One of the anchors of the Wake Forest defense that kept nine shutouts and 0.85 goals against average ... Played the entire game in 20 of Wake Forest's 23 matches ... Scored first goal of the season in the opener against Richmond, heading home a Rachel Nuzzolese corner kick ... Found the back of the net on a free kick against Maryland ... Scored on a corner kick against Clemson ... Took a career-high four shots against UNCG
2011 (Freshman): Background
Voted to the ACC All-Freshman Team ... Unanimously selected to the ACC All-Tournament team after scoring against Boston College in the quarterfinals and Duke in the semifinals ... Was the only freshman on the All-Tournament Team ... Played in all 26 games for the Demon Deacons, setting a new school record for appearances, in addition to making 24 starts ... Played the entire 90 minutes as a member of the back line to help the Deacs shut out UCF in the NCAA Touranment ... Logged 86 minutes in Wake Forest' 4-2 victory over Penn State in the third round of the NCAA Tournament ... Played the full 90 minutes in the Deacs' 2-0 victory against Oakland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Logged 89 minutes as a starter and recorded two shots in a double-overtime match against Florida State in the ACC Tournament finals ... Scored Wake Forest's first goal against Duke in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament off of a corner kick ... Netted the first goal of her collegiate career in the 21st minute of the ACC quarterfinal match against Boston College ... Tallied her first point in a Wake Forest uniform with an assist on Amanda Howell's goal against Clemson in the 74th minute ... Played in all 26 Wake Forest matches on the season, starting 24 of them ... Ranked as the No. 48 freshman in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... Played both at central defense and in the defensive midfield ... Played the full 90 minutes in Wake's first two games against Auburn and UCF at center back ... Part of the Wake Forest back line that kept 14 shutouts - the second-highest total in school history.
Four-year letterwinner for Jason Kirkwood at Wilson Classical High School ... Member of the Cal South ODP pool from 2006-10 ... Named to the ESPN Rise High School Regional Team in 2010 ... Played club for SoCal Blues under coach Randy Dodge ... Helped her club team win the 2010 USYSA National Championship ... SoCal Blues were also national finalists in 2008 and national semifinalists in 2009 ... Won numerous other championships in her club career, including three times winning the Blues Cup, twice winning the National League, twice winning the Surf Cup and twice winning the Far West Regional League fall season ... Helped Wilson Classical High School win the CIF Southern Section, State and National Championships in 2008 ... Named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team in 2009 and 2010
Boasts a strong academic resume as she was named a distinguished scholar and an honor student ... Full name is Kimberly Hailey Marshall ... Born July 30, 1993 ... Daughter of Jim and Susan Marshall.