International: Member of the Canadian Women's U-18 Team in 2012-13 ... won gold medal at the 2013 IIHF U-18 Women's World Championship in Dec. 2012 ... first international shutout came against Finland in Dec. 2012 ... played in three games, 124 minutes, 73 saves and six goals allowed for a .924 save percentage in a three-game series with US in Aug. 2012.
Sophomore Year (2013-14): Started in 29 games and posted a 12-13-4 record ... had two shutouts - against UConn and Brown ... made 740 saves and allowed 77 goals for a .906 save percentage and a 2.74 GAA ... stopped a season-high 41 saves in a 2-2 tie with Clarkson on Feb. 8 ... made 30+ saves in nine games (41 at Clarkson, 36 vs. Clarkson, 35 at Minnesota twice, 34 vs. Quinnipiac, 34 at Yale, 32 vs. Boston College, 32 at Cornell, 31 at Cornell in the ECACs) ... had a win over ranked No. 3 Cornell and ties with No. 3 Clarkson, No. 5 Boston College, No. 8 Quinnipiac ... named ECAC Goalie of the Week on Nov. 19 after going 1-0-1 against UNH and No. 5 Boston College with two goals allowed and 56 saves ... named ECAC Goalie of the Week on Jan. 7 in a sweep of UConn allowing one goal with 37 saves in two games.
ECAC Goaltender of the Week (Nov. 19, Jan. 7)
• 2014 ECAC All-Academic Team
Freshman Year (2012-13): Starting goalie appearing in 26 games with a 10-14-2 record ... finished the year with 768 saves and 71 goals allowed for a .915 save percentage and a 2.90 goals against average ... stopped a career-high 47 shots in a 4-2 loss to Ohio State on Nov. 23 ... earned her first career win at RIT on Oct. 19 and her first career ECAC win at RPI on Nov. 9 ... had 30+ saves in 12 games (47 vs. Ohio State, 44 at Quinnipiac, 42 vs. Cornell, 41 at Cornell, 40 at Harvard, Clarkson, 39 at St. Lawrence, 34 vs. Harvard, Union, 33 at RIT, RMU, OSU) ... first career win against a ranked team was on Nov. 24, a 2-1 victory over Ohio State ... named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Feb. 5 after a sweep of Yale and Brown.
• 2013 ECAC All-Academic Team
Before Princeton: Played for the Kootenay Ice Midget AAA boys team in 2011-12 ... a member of the Burnaby Winter Club (BWC) Midget A1 boys team in 2010-11 ... Burnaby was bronze medalist at the Western Canadian tournament ... also played for the Burnaby Winter Club Midget A, Bantam AAA, Peewee AAA boy teams ... the Bantam were provincial championship runners-up, and the Peewee were provincial champions ... on the Team British Columbia teams for the 2010 and 2011 National Women's Under-18 Championship ... invited to Hockey Canada Under-18 women's selection camp in 2011 ... represented Team Canada West at the 2010 Boston Women's Chowder Cup where the team won and she earned the Best Goalie award with a perfect tournament shutout ... since 2004 she has won more than a dozen MVP awards including at the U18 national championship in November 2011 ... graduate from St. Thomas More Collegiate.
Personal: Full name is Kimberly Jessica Newell ... born Oct. 4, 1995 ... parents are Nicholas and Jan Newell ... has an older brother Victor.
| Career Highs
|| 47 vs. Ohio State (11/23/23)
|| at RIT (10/19/12)
|| vs. Union (11/30/12)
|| at RIT (10/19/12)
|High School:||Saint Thomas More Collegiate|