JUNIOR (2011): Cleared 12'10" to move into a tie for second on the Academy's all-time outdoor pole vault list...recorded that mark at the Jack Christiansen Invitational, placing third...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award following that meet...was the runner-up at the Front Range Classic with an 11'11¾" clearance...also finished third at the Mt. SAC Relays (12'6¾")...scored for the Falcons at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships with a sixth-place clearance of 12'0¾"...cleared an indoor-best 12'6¼" to win the Robert Shine Invitational for the third straight year...was the runner-up at both the Don Barrett Duals (12'1½") and New Mexico Classic (12'3½")...also finished third at the Air Force Invitational (11'11¾")...academic all-conference selection...MWC Scholar-Athlete.
SOPHOMORE (2010): Received the team's Callie Calhoun Award for Drive and Determination...became the second Air Force vaulter to clear the 13-foot bar...recorded a personal-best clearance of 13'3½" at the Robert Shine Invitational to move into second on the program's all-time list...won the Robert Shine Invitational with a meet and facility (War Memorial Fieldhouse) record...named Mountain West Conference Women's Track and Field Athlete of the Week following that meet...also received the team's Field Athlete of the Week award...also won the pole vault during the indoor season at the Don Barrett Duals...placed fourth at the MWC Indoor Championships with a clearance of 12'9½"...also recorded that height at the MWC Outdoor Championships to tie for fifth...that height was a personal-best for the outdoor season and the second-best vault in Academy history...qualified to the semifinals of the NCAA Outdoor Championships...tied for the 27th-best clearance during the outdoor season with the 12'9½"...cleared 12'6" to win the pole vault at the Military Championships, setting a new meet record...also won the pole vault at the Front Range Classic...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award once during the outdoor season...CoSIDA Academic All-District (second team) selection...USTFCCCA All-Academic team honoree...academic all-conference selection...MWC Scholar-Athlete.
FRESHMAN (2009): Shared the team's Newcomer of the Year award...also received the "Falcon Award for Spirit and Enthusiasm"...NCAA Regional Qualifier...all-conference honoree...cleared 12'7½" to win the pole vault at the Beach Invitational...that mark is a regional qualifying clearance and tied for the second-best height in Academy history...placed 13th at the NCAA regional championships with a clearance of 12'6"...earned all-conference honors following a third-place finish (12'7½") at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships...posted the team's best clearance during the outdoor season...moved into third on the Academy's all-time indoor list with a height of 12'9½"...recorded that clearance at the conference championships to finish fourth...recorded a clearance of 12'6¼" to win the Robert Shine Invitational...paced Air Force to a sweep of the top spots...became the fifth Air Force female to clear the 12-foot plateau...earned the Mountain West Conference Female Athlete of the Week award following that meet...received the team's Field Athlete of the Week award on two occasions...academic all-conference selection...named to the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Kennesaw Mountain High School...2008 Georgia state champion in the pole vault...holds the state's all-time record at 12'5"...four-time regional pole vault champion...member of the all-state track team in 2008...four-time regional qualifier in the 100-meter hurdles...served as captain of track team...two-time state competitor for cross country...graduated within the top five-percent of class...voted "Most Intellectual"...served as treasurer of the National Honor Society...also served as vice president of the Spanish Club.
PERSONAL: Full name is Kimberly Jill Shealy...goes by Kimber...daughter of Forrest and Linda Shealy...father is a lieutenant colonel in the Air Force and a pilot...has two older brothers, Blake and Drew...also has one younger sibling, Jordan...majoring in history...earning a minor in Arabic...future career plans include working as a Logistics Readiness Officer...served as Wing Operations NCO and Wing Support NCO...hobbies include hiking, cooking and working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to do "Cadet For A Day" at USAFA...spent the summer completing an internship at U.S. Cyber Command...member of Cadet Squadron 25.