2011-12 Earned first-team all-Mountain West recognition...Ranked 48th in free-throw percentage, 57th in three-point field goals per game, 63rd in steals per game, 87th in three-point field-goal percentage in the nation... Set career high vs. Tulsa on Nov. 17 with 35 points, shooting 73.3 percent... At Northern Iowa on Nov. 11, recorded career-high 12 rebounds...Finished her career as a Ram with 1,676 points, ranking fourth in the all-time record book, 290 three-pointers made, 584 rebounds, 301 assists and 233 steals.
2010-11 As a junior, earned second-team all-Mountain West recognition for the second consecutive year...Averaged 17.1 points and 5.5 rebounds per game...Scored double figures in team-leading 25 of 30 games for the Rams and scored at or above 20 points in 11 contests...Scored her 1,000th point, against UNLV at Moby Arena, on Jan. 18...Was the only active junior with over 1,000 points in the MW...Ended the season 10th on the all-time points list at CSU with 1,233 career points... Scored 32 points at North Dakota on Nov. 21, making 11 field goals, eight of which were from beyond the arc...Ranked 16th in the country in free-throw percentage...Ranked in the top 60 in three other categories...Did not miss a free-throw over her final 30 attempts, dating back to Jan. 29... Ranked in the MW's top five in five statistical categories...Was fourth in the MW in scoring with 513 points (17.1 ppg) first in free-throw percentage with .876, third in steals with 57 (1.9 per game), third in three-point percentage with .380 and second in three-point field goals made with 81 (2.7 per game)...Tallied two double-doubles on the season.
2009-10 Started 28 of 30 games for the Rams...Led the team in points with 489, ranking her third in the single-season record book by a sophomore...Averaged 16.3 points and 5.4 rebounds per game...Led the team in three-point shots with 240 attempts, most ever among CSU sophomores...Converted 89 of those three-point shots, most ever by a CSU sophomore...Hit 81.0 percent of free throws...Scored in double figures 27 times, including one double-double...Recorded a season high 30 points against Southern Illinois, sinking five baskets from beyond the arc...Led the team in steals with 63 on the season...Finished her sophomore season with three Mountain West Player of the Week recognitions, and a second-team all-Mountain West selection.
2008-09 Played in all 31 games for the Rams, earning a starting position in 14 of those contests...Scored in double digits eight times and recorded a personal best of 20 points against Montana, shooting .750 from behind the arc...Was ranked 28th in scoring in the conference with an average of 7.5 points per game, and also ranked eighth in the conference for three-point baskets made with a total of 51...Also led the team with 36 steals.
Sint Vincentius College Played three seasons, 2005-08, as a member of the Ieper Blue Cats (D1) club team...In 2007-08 with Ieper, Mestdagh averaged 14.0 points and 7.4 rebounds per game while dishing out 3.0 assists per contest...Shot 50 percent from the field, including 40 percent from three-point range...Also competed in two European championships, the 2006 U16 and the 2007 U18, posting impressive marks in each tournament...In 2006, averaged 6.9 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.5 assists per contest, and had a breakout performance at the 2007 championships, where she averaged a double-double (12.0 points, 10.0 rebounds) and dished out 2.0 assists per game.
Personal Full name is Kim Mestdagh...Born March 12, 1990, in Ieper, Belgium...One of three children of Philip Mestdagh and Johanna Baert...Has one older brother, Robin, and one younger sister, Hanne...Human development and family studies major at Colorado State.