2006 (Junior):Todd continued her dominant play into her junior season where she played in all 31 matches. She started off the season with a bang recording a double-double (16 K, 15 D) in a 3-1 loss at Duke (Aug. 25). She posted another double-double the following day tallying 24 kills and 12 blocks in a 3-1 defeat of Gardner-Webb (Aug. 26). On Sept. 3 Todd turned in a 17-kill performance notching a 51.6 hitting percentage as the Golden Eagles defeated Loyola (Ill.) 3-0. She set a career-best mark for blocks in a match, stopping 11 (1 BS, 10 BA) in a 3-1 loss to San Francisco (Sept. 15). Todd turned in a huge performance in BIG EAST conference play as she recorded 18 kills for a 42.4 hitting percentage in a 3-0 victory over Georgetown (Sept. 29). She followed that with a 26 kills and 11 digs outing in a 3-2 defeat of USF. Todd was named to the BIG EAST honor roll for her efforts that weekend. She had five double-double performances in October finishing the month with 21 kills and 10 digs in a 3-2 win at Villanova (Oct. 29). Todd put up a strong showing in the BIG EAST tournament quarterfinals with 19 kills and a career-high 18 digs vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 17). She turned in a season-best 31 kills in a career-best 61 attempts vs. Louisville in the semifinals (Nov. 18). Todd finished the season with a team-leading 544 kills. Her 4.81 per game average led the BIG EAST conference and was 17th in Division 1 players. She garnered First-Team All-BIG EAST honors and was named to the AVCA Division 1 All-Northeast Region team. She also earned AVCA Division 1 Honorable Mention All-American honors.
2005 (Sophomore): Kim Todd followed up the stellar play from her freshman season and made a name for herself in the BIG EAST as played in all 115 games in 30 matches her sophomore season. Todd moved from outside hitter to middle blocker and peaked near the end of the season to finish the season second on the team in kills (398), kills per game (3.46), tied for second in service aces (22), third in blocks (82) and fifth in digs (188). For her play she was honored with First Team All-BIG EAST accolades. Todd posted seven straight matches of 11 or more kills and totaled 22 matches for the season of 10-plus kills and four matches of 20 or more kills. Tallied eight double doubles with a trifecta of 10 or more kills and 10 or more blocks from Oct. 28-Nov. 1, along with a near triple double against Villanova with 22 kills, 13 digs and nine blocks against Villanova (Oct. 28) helping her to earn her first BIG EAST Player of the Week nod. Todd followed that up with a record-breaking 35 kills against Seton Hall on Nov. 4 and en route to taking back-to-back BIG EAST Player of the Week honors on Oct. 31 and Nov. 7 becoming just the second player in the conference to earn that feat after Notre Dame's Lauren Brewster took repeat honors earlier in the season. After two seasons, Todd moved up on the career hitting percentage into the fourth spot averaging 24.8 percent for two seasons.
2004 (Freshman): Todd had a smashing first collegiate season, earning a spot on the Conference USA All-Freshman Team. She also was named Conference USA Player-of-the-Week during the season and was an All-Tournament selection at the Marquette Challenge to open the season. She had 18 matches with double figures in kills. She had one double-double on the season with 10 kills and 10 digs against South Dakota State (Sept. 18). That match was part of a string of six matches with at least 10 kills. After four matches with no more than eight kills, she set a career best with 24 kills against USF (Oct. 15). she hit 51.4 percent in that match. She followed that up with 11 kills against UAB (Oct. 16) to earn Player-of-the-Week honors. Down the stretch, she had two matches with 15 kills, one against Saint Louis (Oct. 30) and one against East Carolina (Nov. 13).
Prior to Marquette: Todd earned four letters playing for Karin Gillan at Anderson CVI. She was captain of the team for two years and was named her school's Senior and Junior Athlete-of-the-Year. She guided her team to LOSSA championships in 2003 and 2004 and runner up accolades in 2001 and 2002. She was a member of the Ontario Provincial team from 2001-04 and was a member of the Durham Attack Volleyball Club.
Todd was also a member of the Canadian Youth National team in 2001 and 2002 and was a member of the Canadian Junior National Team in 2003 and 2004. As a member of the youth national team, she was named best blocker at the NORCECA Championship in 2002.
Personal: Kimberley Ellen Todd was born October 10, 1986, in Whitby, Ont. She is the daughter of Susan and John Todd. She has a younger sister, Hayley. She is a biomedical engineering major.
Todd's Career Stats