|High School:||Benjamin Banneker|
Kimberly is a 2006 graduate of Benjamin Banneker High School, where she was her team's Most Valuable Player. She was the first girl at Benjamin Banneker to score over 1,000 points in her career and had her jersey number retired. Kimberly transferred to Farmingdale State in January 2007 after attending Trinity Valley Community College for a semester.
Senior year...Named a D3hoops.com Pre-season All-American. Named the 2009-10 Skyline Player of the Year (2nd straight season), All-Met Basketball Writer’s Association Player of the Year, D3hoops.com First Team All-Atlantic Region, ECAC Metro Region First Team. Was the Division III National Leader for the 2nd straight season in both scoring (25.6 ppg) and steals (6.1 spg). Broke the career 1,500-point mark on Dec. 5th, 2009. Broke the career 2,000-point mark on Feb. 18, 2010. Leaves Farmingdale as All-Time leading scorer with 2,096 career points (most All-Time for men and women). Holds Farmingdale State’s individual career records for points (2,096), scoring average (21.6), field goals made (748), 3-pt field goals made (163), free throws made (437), rebounds (823), rebounding average (8.5), blocked shots (177), steals (496), steals average (5.1). Holds Farmingdale State individual game records for points (50), field goals made (16), free throws (17), free-throw percentage (1.000; 10-10), rebounds (26), steals (12), blocks (6).
Junior year...Named the 2008-09 Skyline Player of the Year, D3Hoops.com First Team, All-Met First Team and ECAC Second Team. Was the Division III National Leader in both scoring (24.2 ppg) and steals (5.7 spg). Set a school record by scoring 49 points in a home win over St. Joseph’s and then bested that performance scoring 50 points vs. Mount Saint Vincent just nine days later. Became Farmingdale State's All-Time leading scorer on January 22nd.
Sophomore year...Named First Team All-Skyline and ECAC Metro Second Team honors, after leading the team in scoring, averaging over 17 points per game.
Freshman year...Joined the team just before the winter break and finished her freshman year with a team-high 17.8 points per game, 6.9 rebounds and 31 blocks.
She is the daughter of Barbara Blakney.
Favorite Food: Arroz con pollo
Favorite Movie: Love & Basketball, Finding Nemo
Hobbies: Reading, Writing, Watching TV