Noting Coffey: Transferred to Ole Miss from Framingham State College in January 2010 ... Did not compete in rifle at Framingham State ... Earned team MVP and Most Improved honors in 2011 ... Holds career highs of 593 in air rifle and 577 in smallbore.
2012-13 (Senior Season): Posted the third highest air rifle average on the team at 579 ... Finished the season with smallbore average of 569.6 ... Tied for a Rebel team-high 589 in air at GARC ... Posted a season-high 580 in smallbore against Nebraska (Oct. 20) ... Collegiate Rifle Coaches' Association Academic All-American for the third consecutive year ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Named as Rebel Scholar Athlete of the Year by GARC.
2011-12 (Junior Season): Named Ole Miss Rifle Scholar Athlete of the Year ... Posted the third highest air rifle average on the team ... Finished the season with an air rifle average of 584.6 and smallbore average of 566.3 ... Fired a Rebel team-high 588 in air at the Tiger Invitational (Sept. 29) ... Tied her career-best in air when she produced a 593 in a Feb. 1 win over Memphis ... Contributed to the team score in all 14 matches in air rifle and in 12 of the 14 in smallbore ... Posted a season-high 575 in smallbore against Jacksonville State (Nov. 5) ... Collegiate Rifle Coaches' Association Academic All-American ... Also named to theSEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
2010-2011 (Sophomore Season): Earned team MVP and Most Improved honors ... Led team with an average of 584.6 in the air rifle, and posted the four th best average in smallbore with a 577.4 average for the season ... Contributed to the team score in all 14 meets in air rifle, and in 13 of 14 competitions in smallbore ... Posted a career-best 593 in air rifle against Murray State (Jan. 23) ... Also posted a team-high air mark of 588 vs. Memphis (Feb. 2) .... Tallied a career-high 577 in smallbore twice versus Army (Nov. 12) and against Kentucky (Jan. 22) ... Named to the Chancellor's Honor Roll in the fall and spring ... Named to the 2011 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches' Association Academic All-American honors.
2009-10 (Freshman Season): Earned Rookie of the Year honors after transferring to Ole Miss in January ... Contributed to the team score six times in air rifle and seven times in smallbore ... Finished fourth on the squad with a 577 air rifle average for the season ... Posted a career-high 584 in the air rifle to help the Rebels to a second-place finish in air at the GARC Championships (Feb. 21) ... Fired a career-best of 565 in smallbore twice versus West Virginia (Jan. 30) and at the NCAA Qualifier (Feb. 14) ... Tallied a 580 in air rifle to help the Rebels to a win at the NCAA Qualifier (Feb. 14) ... Named to the University's Dean's Honor List for the spring.
High School: Graduated from Norfolk County Agricultural High School ... Captured the 2008 Massachusetts Junior Prone Championship and the 2009 Massachusetts Junior 3-P Championship ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Earned four letters in soccer and was team captain her final two years.
Personal: Daughter of Paul and Janet Coffey ... Born April 4, 1990 ... Majoring in Psychology ... Full name is Kimberley Anne Coffey.
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