Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2007: Saw action in 15 games with 11 starts before a knew injury cut her season short ... scored two goals on five shots ... grabbed 11 ground balls and nine draw controls ... had three turnovers caused on the year.
2006: Saw time in 19 games, including four starts ... scored two goals, including one in NCAA semifinal game against Northwestern ... had two assists ... pulled up 19 ground balls, had six draw controls and caused 10 turnovers.
2005: Played two games, registering an assist against Richmond before redshirting during the 2005 season ... ACC Honor Roll selection.
Prep: Played with fellow freshman Abigail Meyer on the Mid-Atlantic One Team, winning the national tournament ... played both field hockey and lacrosse ... named a Lax Power All-America junior year ... earned All-County honors from the Annapolis Capital, The Sun and The Washington Post over the course of her junior and senior seasons ... received All-Metro and first-team All-galaxy nods junior year ... named St. Mary’s 2004 Female Athlete of the Year, Unsung Hero and C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Athletic Service Award winner ... graduated as a Parvis Scholar after earning a 4.0 throughout all four years ... member of National Honor Society ... recipient of St. Mary’s Citizenship of the Community Award from 2001-03 ... named an honorable mention Distinguished Scholar of Maryland.
Personal: Born Kimberly Nicole Pastrana on May 28, 1986, in Annapolis, Md. ... daughter of Ron and Anita Pastrana ... has one brother, Darren (19) ... uncle, Alan Pastrana, played football and lacrosse at Maryland from 1966-68 and on the Denver Broncos in 1969 ... cousin, Greg Powell, played football at Maryland for two years in 2003-04 ... cousin, Lisa Pastrana, was a four-year swimmer at Penn State from 1995-99 and cousin, Shannon Pastrana, played lacrosse at Towson during the 1988-1992 seasons ... majoring in biological anthropology and anatomy.