Kim Shaw
Induction Year: 2000
Class of: 1993
Sports: Field Hockey and Softball

Kim Shaw, 1993- A two-sport standout, Kim Shaw was probably the finest field hockey goalie to ever play for the Huskies and a four-year starting second baseman for the softball team. The holder of many field hockey goalie records, Shaw helped the Paul Hogdon-coached Huskies play in three NCAA tournaments and one ECAC tournament and compile a 53-14-6 record during her four years. A second team All-American selection in 1992, Shaw still holds the school career field hockey records for lowest goals against average (0.71), saves (415) and shutouts (12). She posted three of the four best single season goals against averages in the history of the program. A career .334 hitter on the softball diamond playing for former coach Jean Zimmerman, Shaw was twice selected to the All-State team and once to the NEISCA team. Her best season came in 1991 when she hit .402 with 28 runs scored and 16 RBI. She still tanks among the career top ten in at bats, runs scored, hits, total bases, walks, and stolen bases. During her four-year softball career, she never missed a game. Shaw is a recreation supervisor at the Maine Youth Center. She resides in Portland.