Kimmie Martins
Midfielder 22
Last School
Univ. of South Florida
Roster Years


  • Parents: Raquel and Filinto 
  • Siblings: Bryant and Andrew

Before BYU

University of South Florida

  • SOPHOMORE -- (2002): Started in 17 games for the Bulls  
  • Scored three goals on the season 
  • Had five assists
  • Attempted 18 shots during the year
  • FRESHMAN -- (2001): Made an immediate impact as a freshman, becoming one of only eight Bulls to play in all 19 games 
  • Despite starting in only four of the 19 contests, managed to post one goal and two assists for a team seventh-best four points  
  • Set up the goal that coach Logan fleck deemed "goal of the year" 
  • Her first two collegiate points were assists as she helped create two goals in a three-game spank, against Jacksonville and TCU, respectively  
  • Scored her first career and USF's lone goal in the team's 1-2 loss against Houston

High School:

  • A four-year player for Bloomingdale HS, she also earned one letter in cross country 
  • Team's lead set-up girl as a senior, while also finishing second in goals 
  • Went from honorable mention All-Hillsborough County in 1998 to second team in 1999 and first team in 2000
  • A 1998 All-Star 
  • Earned All-Star game MVP honors
  • Played club soccer for Blackwatch and helped lead the team to a state final appearance


  • Played two seasons at the University of South Florida before joining the LDS church and transferring to BYU  
  • Played in 27 games and took seven shots, scoring one goal and posting one assist while at BYU



Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 16 5 1 0 2
2004 11 1 0 1 1
Career 27 7 1 1 3

BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year

Sophmore Year

Junior Year 2003

  • Saw action in 16 games for the Cougars
  • Scored one goal in her first season with the BYU 
  • First goal as a Cougar came against Iowa to put BYU up 2-0
Senior Year 2004

  • Played in 10 games  
  • Assisted on the only goal against Loyola Marymount
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year