Kim Smith
    Kim Smith

    Hometown:
    Auckland, New Zealand


    08/06/2012

    Smith Finishes 15th At The 2012 London Olympics

    Dylan Wykes set to compete in the men's marathon on August 12.

    08/15/2008

    Former Providence College Track Stand-Out Kim Smith Finishes Ninth In The 10,000 Meters At The 2008 Beijing Olympics

    New Zealand native completes Olympic slate with 10,000 meters.

    02/14/2005

    Kim Smith Runs Sixth Fastest Time Ever In the 5,000 Meters

    Smith's time of 14:50.46 is also the second fastest in the world this year.

    08/23/2004

    Kim Smith And Maria McCambridge Run The 5,000 Preliminaries At The Olympics

    Smith placed 11th and McCambridge finished 15th in their heat.

    06/12/2004

    Kim Smith Wins Her Third NCAA Title in 2004 As She Captures The 5,000 Meters On Saturday

    Smith is the first Friar to win three NCAA titles.

    2003-04: Member of the 2004 New Zealand Olympic Team...Cross Country... Led the Friars throughout the season, winning five of seven events and placing second in the remaining two...second place finishes included the NCAA Championship (19:42) on 11/24 and the Boston College Select Meet (17:02)...captured the NCAA Northeast Regional (20:23) on 11/15...finished first and set a new course record at the BIG EAST Championship (20:01)...also won the Penn State Invitational (20:14) on 10/18, the Roy Griak Invitational (20:17) on 9/27 and the PC Invitational (17:06) on 9/5... on 9/12... Indoor Track... Became the first Friar to receive the prestigious the Honda Broderick Award for Track and Field...earned All-America (3,000 and 5,000 meters) and All-BIG EAST (3,000 meters and 4x800 relay) accolades...was named "BIG EAST Most Outstanding Track Performer", "U.S. Track & Field Coaches Association Northeast Region Athlete of the Year", and "U.S. Track & Field Coaches Association Athlete of the Year"...won each of the six events she competed throughout the season...set NCAA records with first place finishes in the 5,000 meters (15:14.18) and the 3,000 meters (8:49.18)...captured the 3,000 meters (8:55.88) and was a member of the 4x800 relay team that placed first (8:53.95) at the BIG EAST Championship on 2/22...finished first in the 5,000 meters (15:18.54) at the Terrier Classic on 1/31...ran to a first place finish in the 3,000 meters (9:04.90) at the Women's Challenge Cup on 1/17... Outdoor Track... NCAA Champion in the 5,000 meters (15:48.86)...NCAA East Region Champion in the 5,000 meters (15:51.03)...BIG EAST Champion in the 10,000 meters (33:45.81)...member of the 4x800 meters relay team that placed fifth (8:58.20) at the BIG EAST Championship on 5/2...member of the 4x1,500 meters team that finished second (17:34.06) at the Penn Relays on 4/24...shattered the former school record (15:43.00) in the 5,000 meters with a second place (15:09.72) finish at the Mt. Sac Relays on 4/17...member of the 4x1,500 meters team that placed second (17:51.08) at the Raleigh Relays on 3/27...earned All-BIG EAST (10,000 meters), All-NCAA East Region, and All-America (5,000 meters) honors.

    2002-03: Competed at the 2002 (Dublin, Ireland) and 2003 (Lausanne, Switzerland) World Cross Country Championships while representing New Zealand...captured the Olympic Development 5,000 meters at the 2003 Penn Relays...will make an immediate impact on the cross country and track teams...will be a contender for the BIG EAST Cross Country title and a possible top-10 finisher at the NCAA's.