2011 (SOPHMORE SEASON): Made eight appearances in her first season with Ole Miss ... Played a career-high 40 minutes in Ole Miss' 8-0 win over Jackson State.
DAKOTA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Played the 2010 season at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, South Dakota ... Named to the All-Conference Honorable Mention team ... Was the co-leader in goals scored with 14 and was ranked nationally in NAIA for goals ... Four goals were game winners ... Also recorded four assists ... Trained in Trinidad and Tobago for four weeks.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Mitchell High School in Mitchell, South Dakota ... Participated in track, swimming and tennis in addition to soccer ... Three-time Second Team All-State honoree ... Named to the First Team All-Conference as a freshman at Ben L. Smith High School in Greensboro, N.C. ... Also served as a team captain.
CLUB: Played club for Dakota Gold Soccer Club ... Won three South Dakota State championships.
ODP: South Dakota does not have an ODP team but twice was a participant in the ODP Region III SubRegional Tournament.
PERSONAL: Born April 17, 1991 ... Full name is S. Kimberly Duff ... Daughter of Scott and Susan Duff ... Has lived in four different states (New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Dakota and Mississippi) ... Siblings also play soccer ... Loves all kinds of sports including motocross ... Also likes music.
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The No. 18 Ole Miss football team won the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game defeating Boise State 35-13. The Rebels move into Southeastern Conference next week with a road test at Vanderbilt from Nashville's LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans. The... read more
ATLANTA -- Boise State had been the highest scoring team in the nation, averaging 40.2 points per game dating back to the 2000 season. Highlighted by four interceptions, eight tackles for loss and big hits by several different players, the... read more
ATLANTA -- After an up-and-down first half, which included a touchdown and three interceptions, senior quarterback Bo Wallace and the Ole Miss offense found their stride in the second half, particularly in the fourth quarter. Leading 7-6 early in the... read more
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Big time crowd for @SECNetwork live sports event debut. Record attendance of 1,823 for @OleMissSoccer Let's finish strong.-- Ross Bjork (@RossBjorkAD) August 23, 2014 Ole Miss kicked off the 2014 season in thrilling fashion, rallying to a 1-1 draw with... read more
Like defensive coordinator Dave Wommack, defensive line coach Chris Kiffin has been pleased with his players throughout fall camp, particularly the depth bolstered by the return of junior defensive end C.J. Johnson and the addition of sophomore Fadol Brown and... read more