Kim Hyland

Kim Hyland '89

Class of 2014
Soccer, Hockey, Lacrosse


Kim Griffith Hyland was a five year letter winner in soccer during an era of dominance for Nobles girls in that sport. She co-captained the team to a 14-0-1 record and a fourth straight ISL Championship in her senior year. In her sophomore and junior years, the team went on to win New England Championships. During her upper school years at Nobles, Kim’s soccer teams accomplished an astonishing accumulated record of 51-1-4. She won the senior bowl for soccer in 1988 and was a two-time All-League honoree.  She also played two years of varsity soccer at Middlebury.

Kim played on the Nobles varsity ice hockey team for four years, winning an ISL title in 1988. She also went on to earn four varsity letters in hockey at Middlebury, co-captaining the team in 1992-’93.

In lacrosse, Kim was a skilled, strong and speedy attacker. She scored 68 goals her senior year and earned both All-League and All American honors. A three year varsity starter, she co-captained the team and won the girls lacrosse cup and was named a co-winner of the Nobles Shield in the spring of 1989. Kim went on to a great lacrosse career at Middlebury, where she currently holds the record for goals in a single game (10) and is tied for the record for points in a single game (12). She co-captained the Middlebury team in both 1992 and 1993, was a four year Brine All Regional honoree and a three year Brine All American. Her team won the ECAC Championship in 1991 and 1992. In her senior year at Middlebury, Kim was honored with The A. Bayard Russ '66 Memorial Athletic Award as “that senior who is most outstanding in two intercollegiate varsity sports” and who exemplifies “excellence of performance, aggressiveness, leadership, tremendous desire and team spirit."

Kim, congratulations on your induction into the Nobles Athletics Hall of Fame.


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