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Kim Comisar
Kim Comisar

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
West Chester, Ohio

High School:
Lakota West

Height:
5-7

Position:
Midfield

Birthdate:
09/27/1983

Experience:
4VL

Team Captain:
1st Year



2004:Academic All-Big Ten selection ... helped team break a season-worst four-game losing streak with game-winning goal against Michigan State (10/10) in the 37th minute ... it was her first goal since a penalty kick against Iowa on Oct. 5, 2003 ... Comisar, who was assisted on the game-winner by Christy Riggle, blooped the ball over the head of Spartan goalkeeper Erin Carlson and into the top right corner ... recorded four shots against Michigan State, tying her with teammate Jayme-Lee Biamonte for the team lead ... provided the game-winning assist to Kristin Lichtenberg in 1-0 win over Iowa (9/17) ... her corner kick assist was headed in during the 64th minute ... led the Boilermakers with five shots in 1-0 loss to Michigan (10/8), despite playing only 51 minutes.

2003: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... blasted one shot on goal against North Carolina in the third round of the NCAA Tournament (11/21) ... recorded a season-high six shots in Purdue's 2-0 win over Indiana State (10/29) ... six shots were part of a 35-shot attack by the Boilermakers ... became the 17th person in Purdue history and seventh this season to record two assists in one game ... accomplished feat in 2-1 win over Indiana (10/24) ... assisted on goals scored by Courtney Coppedge and Annette Kent ... scored game-winning goal off a penalty kick against Iowa (10/5) ... kick was set up after Kent was tackled in goal box ... assisted on Lauren Sesselmann's game-winner against Minnesota (9/19), which was scored from the top corner of the penalty box ... picked up first assist of season in match against Evansville (9/14) on a goal by Kent ... scored fastest goal in Purdue history, scoring 22 seconds into match with Eastern Michigan (8/31) ... was her first goal since Nov. 8, 2001, when she scored against Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament.

2002: Redshirted after seventh match of season ... tore anterior cruciate ligament in contest against Wisconsin.

2001: Saw time in all 19 games, starting seven ... totaled 763 minutes on the field ... scored three goals and recorded three assists for nine points ... made first collegiate start at Portland State on Sept. 9 ... scored first collegiate point on Oct. 5 at DePaul with an assist on an Annette Kent goal ... followed that game with a second assist two days later at Minnesota on another Kent goal in the 39th minute ... scored first collegiate goal against Iowa to tie game at 1-1 in the 75th minute ... tallied both a goal and an assist against Butler on Oct. 28, while kicking a season-high six shots ... scored the go-ahead goal for the Boilermakers in the Big Ten Tournament on Nov. 8 for her third goal of the year.

High School: Earned four varsity letters ... three-time GMC All-Academic pick ... offensive MVP as a junior ... named team MVP, team captain, first team All-GMC, All-Butler County, all-city, All-Southwest Ohio and third team all-state as a senior ... tallied career totals of 19 goals and 28 assists ... four-time GMC team champions ... 1999 Ohio State champion ... team was ranked 16th in the nation in 1999 ... club team was champion of the regional Ohio U-23 title.

Personal: Given name is Kimberly Faye Comisar ... born Sept. 27, 1983 ... majoring in management ... parents are Steven and Rebecca Comisar ... has an older brother, Craig, and younger twin sisters: Katie and Stephanie.