20 - Kim Sheehy|
|Hometown:||Santa Fe, N.M.|
|Previous School:||San Jose State|
AS A JUNIOR (2005-06)
Sheehy earned all-conference honors for the second consecutive season, receiving all Big Sky honorable mention honors...finished second on the team scoring a career-high 10.8 points per game...displayed her ability yo knock down the three-point shot, leading the team with 60 and marking the second-best mark in program history, her 115 career three-pointers now rank her third all-time...during the season, hit two game winning shots, first in the Hornets’ first home game of the season, she hit a five-foot jumper with less than a second remaining in a 68-67 overtime victory over Southern Utah on Nov. 26...her second game-winner cam eat the end of the season, when she converted a lay-up with six seconds remaining to defeat the eventual Big Sky Tournament champions, Northern Arizona, 61-59, on Feb. 25...averaged a team-leading 33.0 minutes per game...led the team in scoring on five occasions...scored in double figures 14 times during the season, including a career-high 22 points in a 73-54 victory over Gonzaga on Dec. 5, making a career-high eight free throws...also scored 20 points at New Mexico State on Dec. 28...five times during the season, connected on at least four three-pointers in a game...on Dec. 17 at Nevada, posted a new career-high with four assists, reached that mark two additional times during the season...also against the Wolf Pack posted a career-high six steals...shot .331 from beyond the arc, making her second on the team and third in the Big Sky... her 2.31 treys per game were second in the Big Sky...shot a career-best 77.1 percent (37-of-48) from the free-throw line...third on the team averaging 1.7 assists and 1.5 steals per game...hit a three-pointer in all but one game last season, breaking a 29-game streak that led the Big Sky.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2004-05)
Sheehy ended her season being named to the Big Sky all-conference first team, the first honor of such for the program in four years...also was named co-Big Sky Newcomer of the Year, the first time a Hornet ever the received the honor...she also received Big Sky All-Academic honors...was the only player on the squad to start all 28 games, averaging 8.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per game...her 248 points tied her for first on the squad...in Big Sky play, Sheehy stepped things up offensively with a team-high 142 points (10.1 ppg)...had two games where she hit five three-pointers...sank a team-high 55 three-pointers, which ranks her second in Hornet program history for three-pointers in a single season...in Big Sky play, she hit 33 three-pointers, second in the conference...scored in double figures 13 times during the season and led the team in scoring on five occassions...scored a career-high 21 points in a 72-68 overtime win at Eastern Washington where she knocked down a 25-foot three-pointer with 11 seconds remaining in overtime on Feb. 5...led the team with 31.3 minutes per game...also was third on the team with 1.4 assists per game...scored 15 points on 5-of-9 shooting and also grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in the Hornets’ tournament-clinching win over Eastern Washington on Mar. 5...shot 5-of-7 from beyond the three-point line on two occasions (at Montana State and at UC Davis).
PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE
Played one season of basketball at San Jose State (2002-03)...was named Most Improved Player as a guard...earned the Academic Award with the squad’s highest gpa (3.57)...lists scoring nine points (3-for-3 from the three-point line) against Hawai’i as her best performance...averaged 20.9 minutes per game...ranked third on the squad in steals and assists.
A 2002 graduate of St. Michaels High School in Santa Fe, N.M...competed four years of basketball, track and soccer...in basketball, she averaged 21.3 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists as a senior...her points-per-game average ranked second in the state (AAA Division)...named all-state as a senior...earned all-district honors from 2000-02...in soccer, she led the Lady Horsemen to a pair of state championships in 1997 and 2001 as a starting forward...ranked second in the state in scoring as a junior...finished third in the state in scoring as a senior...named District Co-Player of the Year as a junior and senior...earned all-district honors from 1999-01...in track, she earned all-district honors from 1998-02...named The Santa Fe New Mexican, The Albuquerque Journal North, and St. Michaels HS Female Athlete of the Year in 2003...earned the Block M. Award as sophomore, junior and senior.
Born June 4, 1984...parents are Bill and Maem Sheehy...major is sociology...would like to teach first grade after graduation.