Kim was an outstanding softball pitcher at Meyers High School four years, leading her teams to numerous District and Division championships. Her overall win/loss record was 76 wins and 9 losses. Her career ERA was 0.46, while pitching 9 no-hitters and 4 perfect games. Her batting average was .431. Kim was voted MVP four times. She also excelled in basketball and was All Conference four years, and Wyoming Valley Conference MVP, leading the league in scoring. She completed her basketball career as the All-Time Leader in points with 2,136 and 1,239 rebounds. Kim attended Bloomsburg University on a softball scholarship. As a freshman, she went 16-0 with the team winning the PA State Athletic Conference Championship in the NCAA East Regional, finishing second in the country. As a sophomore, she went 15-0, leading the PAAC and the nation with a 0.26 ERA. As a junior she led Bloomsburg in games started, completed, games won, strikeouts and ERA (0.73). She set all-time Bloomsburg single-season records with 10 shutouts and 3 saves, stretching their winning streak to 40 games, a new NCAA Division II record. Bloomsburg finished third in the country. Kim was named first team All PSAC, All ESC, All NCAA East Regional, All NCAA Tournament, and first team All American. As a senior, she posted a 0.73 ERA. She finished her career at Bloomsburg with an outstanding 73-12 record, throwing a total of four no-hitters. Kim earned her Masters’ at Wilkes University and teaches at Crestwood School District at Rice Elementary School. She was assistant softball coach at Hanover Area Junior/Senior High School 1994-1995, and then was appointed head softball coach at Crestwood Flight, twice earning Coach of the Year honors. Residing at Shickshinny Lake, Kim is married to Stan Petrosky.