#24 Kimberly Iverson
Pos: G
Height: 5-9
Weight:
Year: SR
Major: Communication
Parents: Scott & Becky
Birthday: 12/23
Hometown: San Marcos, CA
High School: Christian Life Academy

2012-13:  One of the conference’s premier outside shooters, she’ll be difficult to dislodge from her starting spot on the wing…has improved her dribble game, making her even more lethal…position defends well, keeping opponents in front of her…success of last year has made her a very confident player…a consummate worker and teammate without an ounce of quit in her.

2011-12:  Earning a starting spot midway through the season, the third-year veteran gave the club a lethal outside threat it had been missing…in her first four starts, she went a combined 13-22 from behind the arc, including a sizzling 6-9 vs. Pt. Loma Nazarene on 1/21/12 in a game she scored a career-high 20 points…had two other games with five trifectas…tallied in double figures five times, all of those coming as a starter…yanked down a season-high seven rebounds vs. Kansas Wesleyan on 12/29/11…work in the classroom paid off, too, when she was named an NAIA and GSAC Scholar Athlete at the end of the season. 

 2010-11: Key reserve saw a lot of playing time early on but minutes were reduced as the season went along…tallied a season-high seven points twice, vs. Fresno Pacific on 12/7/10 and vs. Southwestern on 12/17/10…didn't miss from the free throw line in eight attempts…grabbed a season-best three rebounds vs. Southwestern on 12/17/10.

2009-10: Energetic first-year player provided a spark off the bench in her first varsity campaign…scored 13 points in her college debut vs. Cal Maritime on 11/13/09 when she hit 3-5 from behind the arc and grabbed four rebounds… recorded another double-figure effort when she tossed in 12 points at Azusa Pacific on 12/1/0…had nine points and a season-high five rebounds vs. Cal Maritime on 12/4/09.

Christian Life Academy: Put together four decorated, varsity campaigns and was a starter on playoff squads each of those seasons…the Eagles lost in the second round of the CIF San Diego Section Division V playoffs in her freshman year but made it to the section finals a year later after winning a share of the Citrus-West League…in 2007-08, the junior averaged 21.1ppg and 8.2rpg while leading the Eagles to another co-league championship and a semifinal appearance in the section playoffs…a first-team selection on both the All-Citrus-West League and All-CIF San Diego Section Division V squads…that was a prelude to a remarkable senior season when she averaged 18.5ppg and 9rpg, propelling the Eagles to an undefeated (10-0) league championship and the section title…capped off her prep career by being named league MVP, first-team, All-CIF San Diego Section Division V and All-CIF State Division V.