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8   Kimmy Carter
Kimmy Carter


Palm Beach Gardens, FL

High School:
The King's Academy


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Will handle duties behind the plate… when she isn’t catching, Carter will play in the outfield…expect her to continue to add to her streak of 173 straight starts in 2002.

2001: Will serve as a team captain with Brandi Stuart in 2002…started every game for Florida State for the second year in a row…started 48 games at catcher and 22 in right field…had four hits and two RBIs in the Seminoles run to the finals of the 2001 NCAA Tallahassee Regional…in the Regional Championship versus Cal, Carter went 2 for 3 with a run scored and an RBI putting FSU ahead of the 6th-ranked Bears 1-0 in the first and then driving in the go ahead run in the top of the 10th inning…named ACC Player of the Week (May 7)...amongst starters, Carter had the team’s sixth best average (.302), was third in runs scored (38), second in hits (64), tied for fifth with nine doubles, fifth in RBI (33), tied for fourth in total bases (83), tied for third in walks (19), fifth in on base percentage (.369), second in at bats (212), second in putouts (272) and led the team in sacrifices (20) and sacrifice bunts (19)…had a .981 fielding percentage and was second on the squad with 308 chances…owned the Seminoles’ longest hitting streak of 2001 (11 games)…tied for second on the team with 15 multi-hit games…her seven multi-RBI games ranked third on the team…recorded a season high 13 putouts against Boston College…had four games with ten or more putouts…threw out 10 of 26 base runners who attempted to steal against her…led Florida State in batting average (.455), hits (10) and doubles (2) in conference games…was second on the team with seven RBI’s and a .545 slugging percentage in ACC games…in SASA games, .444 batting average was second on team, eight runs scored third on the squad, 12 hits and two doubles second, eight RBI’s placed her fourth and she had the second best on base percentage (.516).

2000: Solid starter in right field...batted .243...had two home runs...was one of just four players who started all 78 games...was second on the team, along with Brandi Stuart, with six triples...also ranked second with 19 sacrifices and eight doubles...was third on the squad with 33 runs...was sixth on the team with 49 hits and fifth with 29 RBI...was first on the team with 29 walks...had seven stolen bases...had two, three-RBI games and six multi-RBI games in all, including driving in the two runs in FSU's 2-0 victory over No. 20 Long Beach State in the NCAA regionals...had a six-game hitting streak...had 10 multi-hit games.

1999: Right fielder who played in 49 games and worked her-self into a starting role...was named ACC and SAA Player of the Week for May 11th...recorded her first RBI against Utah...had 21 RBIs on the season — the most of all newcomers...had 37 hits, including nine extra-base hits and was among the team leaders with a .294 batting average...was tied for first on the team and in the ACC with five triples.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was chosen the Class 2A Player of the Year for small schools in the Palm Beach Post and Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel as a sophomore and a senior…was the team’s Most Valuable Player for three consecutive years...was a three-time all-area and three time all-state first team selection...chosen the Female Athlete of the Year in junior and senior years...ranked second in the county with a .647 batting average as a senior... selected to the all-star select team as a senior and earned the district title...was on the 18-under World Series champion team in 1998...also played soccer and volley-ball... selected a Scholar Athlete as a junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Major is English Education...played summer ball with the Palm Beach Gardens Lady Gators...sister played tennis at Samford University…father is 18-year base-ball veteran and All-Star Gary Carter…member of SACC…received ACC “Top Six for Service” award…received “High Impact Award” at Golden Nole Banquet…member of “Whose Who Among Colleges and Universities”...born October 6, 1980.

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