|High School:||Bellarmine Prep|
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2002-03: Has seen action in first 13 contests and 20 overall... earned first start of the season against Arkansas State and started the next four contests... missed first six WCC games, due to a stress fracture in left foot... did suit up and go through warm-ups against San Francisco and Portland... returned to action against Gonzaga and pulled down six rebounds in nine minutes... went 3-6 for eight points against Lehigh and Temple... pulled down seven rebounds against Arkansas-Little Rock... posted a career-high 15 points off the bench at Oregon... tied then-career high in rebounds, with seven against the Ducks... went 5-7 from the field against Arkansas State and pulled down seven boards... led the Broncos with 11 points at San Jose State... scored eight points in the second half at Eastern Michigan, as part of a 17-1 Bronco run... had a 10-point, 5-rebound performance against TCU... started against San Francisco and finished with 11 points... injured ankle during final 10 minutes of game... did not suit up against Saint Mary's... returned against Gonzaga and scored 10 points to go along with a career-high eight rebounds... posted a career-high 16 points in her next outing, at Portland.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2001-02: Posted 11 points in 12 minutes of action against Minnesota... registered six rebounds against No. 25 Washington... was 5-6 from the field at Pacific... saw action in the team's first 21 contests with two starts... broke left ankle in practice on Feb. 5... missed nine games... returned for the season finale vs. LSU... made first collegiate start against CS Northridge... scored three baskets in two minutes against Portland State... finished that contest with a career-high 12 points... tied career high in her next outing against CS Northridge... saw 21 minutes of play in a double overtime victory against Saint Mary's.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played forward for head coach Mary Ann O'Dell at Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma, Wash... earned first team All-Narrows League honors every year and averaged 17 points, 9 rebounds and two steals as a senior... team won league and district championships as a junior and placed second in league play in 1998... named the league's 1998 Most Improved Player and the 1999 Defensive Player of the Year... is a two-time member of the Oregonian All-Star team... named a BCI All-American after club team won nationals... is also an All-State soccer player... ... earned All-Narrows League honors every year and was twice named the league's offensive player of the year and added a defensive honor in 1999... scored the game-tying goal and the game-winner to advance her team through the 2001 state tournament... played club soccer with the FC Royals... that team won seven straight State Championships... was a teammate of current Bronco midfielder Kerry Cathcart... led the Royals in scoring from U13 to U16... earned four more letters as a member of the track team... holds the school record for shot put at 37-5 and was a member of the 4x400m relay that ran at state... volunteered time across many different venues, including the Sparrow Club, an organization that supports children with Leukemia and other cancers.
PERSONAL: Full name is Kimberly Joy Butler... born September 7, 1982 in Tacoma, Wash... parents are John and Linda Butler and Kathy and Jim Tschimperle... sister Julie is a teammate on the Bronco squad... major is undecided.
Butler's Career Statistics
K. Butler's Career Highs
|Points||16||twice, last at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Field Goals||8||at Portland, March 1, 2003|
|Field Goal Attempts||13||at Portland, March 1, 2003|
|Three-Point Field Goals||1||vs. Loyola Chicago, Dec. 17, 2002|
|Three-Point FG Attempts||1||twice, last at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Free Throws||4||twice, last vs. LMU, March 7, 2003|
|Free Throw Attempts||6||at San Jose State, Dec. 30, 2002|
|Rebounds||10||at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Assists||4||at Gonzaga, Feb. 27, 2003|
|Blocked Shots||3||at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Steals||4||at San Jose State, Dec. 30, 2002|
|Minutes||33||at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|