Kim Daniel
Kim Daniel
Height: 5-9
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
High School: Ross Sheppard

AS A SENIOR IN 2006-07: Had strong singles dual season, finishing 10-9 playing from positions 2-6 ... had 12-18 singles record overall ... reached 51 wins all-time in singles at SCU, placing her eighth in school history ... All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles ... clinched three dual match wins ... played with five different doubles partners and posted an 8-20 doubles record ... Doubles: went 5-13 in dual match doubles, while playing with Myra Davoudi, Meghan Madden, Stephanie Galainena and Lindsay McBride ... played all five fall tournaments, Bulldog Classic, Cal Invitational, Saint Mary's Invitational, ITA Regionals and the Duck Classic ... won three straight dual matches with Davoudi, beating San Jose State, Loyola Marymount and North Texas from March 1-18 ... teamed with Meghan Madden for win vs. UC Santa Cruz 8-4 at No. 3 doubles on Apr. 10 ... Singles: after slow start in the fall when she went 2-9, Daniel opened dual season with seven wins in first eight matches ... in that streak, won two matches at No. 6, two at No. 5 and three at No. 4 ... earned team's only point vs. UC Santa Barbara with 6-0, 6-0 win over Brittany Kausen on Feb. 3 ... clinched win vs. North Texas on March 18, beating Emi Itabashi 6-0, 6-1 ... handed Fresno Pacific's Audrey Laib her first loss of the season 6-3, 7-6 (3) on Apr. 18 to clinch 4-3 Broncos win ... clinched match vs. Portland in the WCC Championships on Apr. 21 with 6-2, 6-3 win over Jenna Tanzer ... defeated Tanzer twice on the year, including 6-4, 6-4 win on March 24.  

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: Named to the All-WCC Spring Academic Team... finished with an even record of 10-10 in singles... mainly held down the No. 3 and 4 positions during the spring on her way to a 5-7 dual match record... victory over Sydney Lederhouse at the No. 3 spot clinched Santa Clara's 4-2 victory over Gonzaga at the West Coast Conference Championships... took out Fiorella Velez at the No. 4 spot to seal Santa Clara's 5-2 triumph over Nevada... reached the semifinals of the Saint Mary's College Invitational by beating Nancy Mok (UC Davis), Helen Schneider (Pacific), and Stefanie Ordoveza (Saint Mary's) ... advanced to the Round of 32 of the Bulldog Classic... went 6-6 in doubles, with a 4-2 record in the dual match season... played mainly the No. 3 position with Myra Davoudi and Casey Knutson... teamed up with Casey Knutson to beat California's Marion Ravelojaona and Claire Ilcinkas... reached the quarterfinals of the Saint Mary's Invitational with partner Stephanie Herrmann... reached the Round of 16 of the Bulldog Classic with Davoudi ... WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll and ITA Scholar Athlete.  

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: Played the No. 5 singles position for the Broncos despite wrist injuries throughout the season...finished with an overall singles record of 14-8...provided a clutch three-set victory against New Orleans to tie the match and help the Broncos to a 4-3 victory...finished with a solid 5-2 record in conference play...ended the season strong, dominating in the WCC tournament.  

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003-04: Led the team with 13 victories in the dual season and finished with 15 overall... played at No. 5 singles for the most part... clinched five team victories with singles wins... won opening match at Saint Mary's Invitational in Bronco debut... clinched the team victory over No. 75 UC Riverside, besting Carolyn Mitchell 6-0, 7-5... clinched team victory for second time this season against Portland, topping Alyson Tyson 6-4, 7-5... earned another team-clinching victory, this time against Kristen Kummer of Saint Mary's... started the dual season 7-0 at the No. 5 slot... clinched fourth team win of the season, against Nevada... earned a 7-6, 7-6 victory over Cristina Rivieccio at No. 38 Sacramento State... earned a strong 6-1, 6-0 win over San Francisco's Courtney Chung... added a three-set victory over Saint Mary's Kristen Kummer the following afternoon.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Ross Sheppard High School in Edmonton, Alberta... played for head coach Dan James... was the Alberta Junior Girls U18 Champion in 2002... ranked 16th in 2002 Junior Canadian Girls... recorded an 18-0 record in junior tennis in Alberta during the competitive season.

PERSONAL: Full name is Kimberly Ellen Daniel... parents are Terry and Lorraine Daniel... has three older siblings... brother Christopher played NCAA Div. I tennis at the University of Idaho... plans to major in psychology.

 

Daniel's Career Statistics

 

Year Singles Dual Singles Overall Doubles Dual Doubles Overall
2007 10-9 12-18 5-13 8-20
2006 5-7 10-10 4-2 6-6
2005 14-8 14-8 6-14 6-14
2004 13-5 15-7 1-2 1-3
Career 42-29 51-43 16-31 21-43