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7 - Jamie Kimbles
Jamie Kimbles
Height: 5-10
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Centreville, Md.
High School: Queen Anne's
Position: M

AccoladesNamed co-captain of the 2010-11 UMBC men’s lacrosse team... The men’s lacrosse team’s representative to UMBC’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council... Named to the 2009-10 America East Winter/Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll with a 3.50 grade-point average.

 2010More than doubled his goal-scoring and overall production in each of his first two seasons with 12 markers and 21 points as a member of the first midfield unit… Posted his first career three-goal game when he hit the nets three times vs. North Carolina on March 6… Added an assist in that contest for his first four-point effort… Came back three nights later at Johns Hopkins and scored a pair of goals and added an assist vs. the Blue Jays… Tied his career-best with a four-point effort (two goals, two assists) vs. Stony Brook in the America East Conference opener on April 3… Also scored two goals at Binghamton in a Retriever victory on April 10… Finished second on the team with 52 shots.

2009Competed in all 16 contests as a regular member of the second midfield unit… Matched his season goal total of five from his freshman campaign… Opened with a flourish, recording his first collegiate two-goal game with a pair in the opener vs. Delaware… Added single tallies vs. Colgate, Binghamton and Albany… Posted his first two-assist effort in the regular-season finale vs. Vermont… Added a pair of ground balls in that contest… Put 18 of his 24 shots on goal.

2008Scored the biggest goal of the year for the Retrievers, the go-ahead and game-winning goal late in the fourth quarter to cap a huge rally and provide UMBC with a 14-13 win in the America East title game vs. Albany… Scored five goals and added two assists on the year… Registered a multiple-point effort with a goal and a helper vs. Hartford… Also hit the nets vs. Delaware, Stony Brook and Binghamton.

BackgroundMajoring in geography/environmental systems... A two-time United States Lacrosse Association High School All-American (2006, 2007)… The 2007 North Bayside Conference Player of the Year and Kelly Award finalist… Represented the South in the National Senior Showcase and was The Star Democrat’s Player of the Year… Led the Lions to the North Bayside Conference title for three consecutive years… Scored 110 goals and added 76 assists in his prep career… Tallied the game-winning goal with less than two seconds remaining vs. county rival Kent Island and netted a game-tying score with six seconds left a month later vs. Easton… Garnered a career-high 83 ground balls in his junior season… Also excelled on the soccer field for the Lions, earning Maryland Shore Player of the Year and All-State honors in 2006… Queen Anne’s SGA president in 2007 and a member of the school’s It’s Academic team… Also a member of the National Honor Society… Has an older sister, Brooke, and a younger brother, Brandon… Son of Tracy and Jim Kimbles… William James Kimbles VI was born on Dec. 17, 1989.


 

 

 

 
YearGP/GSGAPts.Sh.Pct.GBPen
200814/052715.3334--
200916/053824.2084--
2010 13/13 12 21 52 .231 14 1/0:30 
Totals43/1322143691.242221/0:30

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