Kim Pollard

HometownColorado Springs, Colo.
Prev. SchoolIona (Pine Creek HS)


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Season    G    K   K/G    E   TA    Pct    A   A/G   SA   SE  SA/G  RE  DIG   D/G  BS  BA Total   B/G  BE BHE
2009      32   23  0.72   13   92   .109    1  0.03    0    0  0.00   0   18  0.56   1  19    20  0.62   1   0   33.5
2008     100  159  1.59   52  441   .243    4  0.04    0    0  0.00   3   23  0.23   8  63    71  0.71   3   4  198.5


2009: Named Honorable Mention Academic All-RMAC.

2008: Was married in July and changed her name to Pollard. ... Played previously as Kim Boogaard. ... Was second among Mountain Lions players with 71 blocks, eight of which were solo. ... Was fourth in kills with 159 and 1.59 per game. ... Added 23 digs. ... Had a career-high 14 kills against Western State on Oct. 4. ... That eclipsed her previous best of 12 set against Colorado College on Sept. 10. ... Had seven blocks, one solo, against Adams State on Oct. 3 to set a career standard.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: 2007 (at Iona): Averaged 1.32 kills per set while hitting .179 ... Led the Gaels with 1.04 blocks per set ... also had 24 digs ... saw action in 20 of the teams 32 matches, with 11 starts ... played in 53 sets. 2006 (at Iona): Saw action in five matches ... recorded two kills and one assist ... defensively, had two digs and two blocks ... scored her first collegiate kill on Oct. 28 against Niagara. High School: Named all-area honorable mention by the Gazette in both 2004 and 2005 ... team captain for Pine Creek High School as a senior ... named all-state honorable mention in 2005.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in History. ... Was married to Manny Pollard this past July. ... Formerly known as Kim Boogaard. ... Daughter of Gary and Karen Boogaard. ... Has three siblings, sisters Kari and Karla and brother John.

Stories featuring Kim Pollard

November 12, 2009Mountain Lions Eliminated in First Round of RMAC PlayoffsKEARNEY, Neb. - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs coach Keith Barnett's first trip to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs ended prematurely as the No. 4-seed Mountain Lions were beaten 3-0 (25-16, 25-22, 25-19) by the fifth-seeded Colorado School of Mines Orediggers Thursday evening at the Health and Sports Center.
November 7, 2009Mountain Lions Win in Five Sets, Head to RMAC Playoffs on Positive NoteCOLORADO SPRINGS - It was a bad night for monkeys at the Lions' Den on Saturday.The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions got their personal monkey off their backs, taking a five-set 3-2 (25-23, 15-25, 25-20, 22-25, 15-12) victory over the Regis Rangers.
November 6, 2009Loss to Metro State Puts Mountain Lions' Regional Aspirations in JeopardyCOLORADO SPRINGS - With the sets even at one each and Mountain Lions leading by five in the third, everything changed in a moment for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team. Laura Brodie, who represents one-half of one of the most formidable pair of middle blockers in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, went high to hammer a set from Cindy Bathelt. A Metro State player had crossed far enough under the net that her foot was at Brodie's landing point, her out of the game with an ankle injury and, with just a couple of weeks remaining, likely out for the season.
October 27, 2009Mountain Lions Set New School Recordwith Ninth Consecutive VictoryCOLORADO SPRINGS - Jenica Shippy had 11 kills as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs set a new school record with its ninth straight win, a 3-0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-17) decision over the Colorado Christian Cougars Tuesday evening at the Lions' Den.
October 23, 2009Streaks Aplenty as Mountain Lions Beat Chadron State, Clinch Playoff SpotCHADRON, Neb. - There's a lot of streaking going on with the Mountain Lions volleyball team.The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won its seventh straight match and locked up a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs with a 3-0 (25-18, 25-12, 25-21) victory over the Chadron State Eagles Friday evening at Armstrong Gym.
October 22, 2009Five Mountain Lions named to RMAC Volleyball All-Academic teamswo players from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Volleyball team, Sonja Johnson and Andrea Brodie, were named to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic second team, which was announced on Thursday.
August 29, 2009Mountain Lions Use Depth Chargeto Sink Texas Woman's PioneersCoaches often worry about whether they have a deep enough bench to get their teams through the rigors of a intercollegiate season.
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