2015: Played and started in all 19 games … Scored four goals … Scored two game-winning goals first in 3-0 win over UNC Asheville and second in the 2-0 win over Chattanooga … Had 23 shots and 11 shots on goal.
2014 Named to the NCCSIA All-State First Team ... Played and started in all 19 games ... Had a career-high three goals and also added an assist for seven points.
2013:Named to the 2013 NCCSIA All-State Second Team ... Played and started in 20 games ... Scored one goal and had one assist and had four points ... Her single game-winning goal came against Chattanooga - a key game in Western Carolina earning a spot in the 2013 SoCon Tournament.
2012: Played and started in 18 games ... Both goals in the season were scored in 3-1 win over Albany on August 31 ... One game-winning goal ... Scored four points ... Had 12 shots on goal, four on goal.
2011: Played and started six matches before she was sidelined the remainder of the season with an injury ... Scored one goal and took five shots.
High School: Before moving to Rhode Island, Kim played in California and earned All-State Honorable Mention as a freshman and made the California All-State 2nd Team as a sophomore ... As a senior, not only did she earn 1st Team All-Conference, All- County, All-State and All-Tournament honors playing with Portsmouth High, but was named both Athlete of the Week and Player of the Year as a result of the significant impact she had on the team ... Also a member of the 93' RI ODP Team ... Also in her senior season, in track and field, broke four school records in the 4x100, javlin, pole vault, and 100 hurdles and received MVP and All-State honors ... She also participated in gymnastics earning All-State First Team, MVP and Third Place in the state meet.
Personal:Daughter of Kevin and Virginia Sullivan ... Has a brother Matthew who is 22 years old and two sisters- Jessica, 15 and Samantha, 12 ... Aunt Denise played softball at Eckerd College, and Cousin Robert played soccer at Florida Atlantic University ... Aside from dominating on the field, Kim also excels in the gym. She is a Level 10 gymnast and has competed at the regional and national level the past couple years ... As a junior, she placed 2nd in states, and finished 3rd in the Level 9 YMCA Gymnastics National Championships.