3 Kimberly Barker
3 Kimberly Barker
Height: 5-1
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Camden, N.Y.
High School: Camden
Position: F
Major: Biology

2012: Appeared in and started all 20 games as a senior...ranked second on the team in goals (15) and points (37) and third in assists (seven)...tied for eighth in the NEWMAC in goals and points...posted two goals and an assist in the season-opener versus New England College (8/31) and then registered two goals the next day against UMass-Dartmouth en route to NEWMAC Offensive Player of the Week accolades...also had two-goal performances against Wellesley (10/2) and Smith (10/27)...registered the game-winning goals versus New England College (8/31), Springfield (10/13), and Smith (10/27)...graduates as MIT's all-time leader in career goals (63) and points (155)...NFHCA National Academic Squad.

2011: Appeared in and started 22 games as a junior ... ranked second on the team in assists (17) and third in goals (14) and points (45) ... ranked second on the program's list for assists in a season ... her points total was the sixth highest in the NEWMAC... recorded three goals against UMass Dartmouth (9/3) ... set up three goals against Springfield in the NEWMAC semifinal (11/5) ...was named NEWMAC second team all-conference... named NFHCA second team All-New England East.

2010: Appeared in and started 18 games as a sophomore ... was team's second leading scorer with 13 goals, tied for the fourth highest in program history ... finished seventh in the NEWMAC in scoring average ... tallied two goals on four separate occasions ... assisted on the team's lone goal in NEWMAC finals against Babson (11/7).

2009: Appeared in and started all 23 games as a freshman...lead the team in scoring with 20 goals to go along with five assists for 45 points...scoring performance broke a 29-year old Institute record for goals in a season and a 15-year old record for points in a season...registered a hat-trick against Mount Holyoke (10/24)...scored the lone goal in a win over Wheaton (10/20)...recorded the game-winning goal at Nichols (11/11) in MIT's first NCAA tournament appearance in program history...NEWMAC second team all-conference...NFHCA second-team New England East.

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in biology with a minor in earth atmosphere and planetary sciences and a concentration in archaeology...researched biomarker analysis as the Summons Geobiology Lab and also studied protein engineering in the Sikes Chemical Engineering Lab...Community Catalyst Leadership Program...Alpha Phi sorority.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Camden Senior High School ... two-time team MVP ... two-time team captain ... all-state as a junior and senior ... two-time Section 3 all-star ... two-time scholar-athlete ... Empire State Games participant ... valedictorian ... National Merit finalist ... Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science award.