7 Kim Snow
7 Kim Snow
Height: 6-0
Year: So.
Hometown: DeKalb, Illinois
Position: MB
Previous School: DeKalb HS




A part of ORU’s strong leadership nucleus ... Three-year starter has improved

block total in each of her first three seasons ... Holds Top 10 rankings in

seven different categories on ORU’s all-time lists, including three placements

in the Top 5 ... Ranks in the Top 10 for hitting percentage (5th), block assists

(5th), blocks per game (5th), block solos (6th), total blocks (7th), kills

(9th), and kills per game (10th) ... Also on pace to reach the Top 10 for games

played and attempts during the 2006 campaign ... Sister, Kellie, currently

serves as a Golden Eagle manager.




Played in 32 of ORU’s 33 matches in 2005, totaling 113 games ... Ranked third on

the squad with 288 kills while adding a team best 103 blocks ... Led the

conference with an attack percentage of .295, including a .321 mark in league

play ... Averaged 0.91 blocks per game, which ranked eighth in the Mid-Con ...

Academic all-conference selection ... Finished the season with 90 block assists,

the ninth highest single season mark in school history ... Selected to the

Mid-Con’s All-Tournament team after totaling 17 kills and eight digs over two

matches ...Reached double-digit kills on 11 separate occasions, complete with an

18 kill performance against Syracuse (9/16) ... Hit .400 or better nine times,

including a .714 mark at Chicago State ... Totaled 11 kills with just one error

in 14 attempts against the Cougars ... Had seven kills and eight blocks as ORU

snapped Arkansas-Little Rock’s six match win streak on 9/27 ... Registered 15

markers in a 3-1

win over cross-town rival Tulsa (11/8) ... Set a new career high with eight

block assists against Idaho (9/10).




Appeared in all 34 matches ... Saw action in 121 games, averaging 2.36 kills and

0.79 blocks per game ... Led ORU and was second in the Mid-Con with an attack

percentage of .294 ... Named to the 2004 ORU Invitational All-Tournament Team ...

Was second on the team with 96 total blocks ... Had 10+ kills on 11 occasions,

including eight times in a nine game stretch ... Hit .400 or better 14 diff erent

times ... Registered 13 kills and hit .524 in 3-0 win over Utah Valley State

(9/29) ... Knocked home 12 markers while hitting a season-high .647 in straight

set victory at Centenary (10/02) ... Recorded most complete game at

home against Oakland (10/22) ... Set career marks for kills (17), block assists

(5), and assists (4) in the 3-1 defeat of the Golden Grizzlies ... Finished the

year with an 11 kill eff ort at Tulsa (11/23).




Played in 126 games as a freshman ... Averaged 3.01 kills and 0.75 blocks per game

... Named to the Mid-Con’s All-Freshman Team and All-Conference

Second Team ... Posted the conference’s 5th best hitting percentage (.273) ... That

same mark was tops on the ORU squad ... Recorded 17-plus kills four times ...

Finished second on the team with 0.75 blocks per game ... Had her first career

double-double vs. IUPUI (10/17).

High School

Attended Dekalb High School in Dekalb, Illinois ... Captain of Dekalb’s Regional

Championship team in 2002 ... Garnered all-conference honors ... Also played

basketball and ran track.


Full name is Kimberly Ann Snow ... Daughter of Robert and Pamela Snow ...Health and

Exercise Science ... Born January 4, 1985.