|High School:||Choate-Rosemary Hall|
2000-2001: As a sophomore, Insalaco continued the success of her rookie campaign ..Played in 28 games...Finished third on the team in scoring and second in the ECAC for defensemen scoring with 12-16-28 totals...Earned Second Team All-Ivy...Named Honorable Mention All-ECAC...Named to New England Sportswriter's All Star-Team...Insalaco also walked on to the Women's Soccer Team, and immediately became an integral role for the Bear defense.
1999-2000: Insalaco made an immediate impact in her rookie season, tying for third on the team in scoring with 10-17-27 totals ... Was named both the Ivy League and ECAC Rookie of the Week on January 13, after posting a five-point performance in games against St. Lawrence and Cornell ... Attended the U.S. Hockey Festival in Lake Placid and was named to the U.S. Under-22 Team for the second time in as many years.
Before Brown...Played for the Midget powerhouse Connecticut Polar Bears, in addition to Choate Preparatory School ... 1999 New England Prep School Player of the Year ... Boston Globe All-Scholastic Selection, Hockey Night in Boston Most Valuable Forward, and Hockey Night in Boston All-Scholastic Tournament MVP in 1999 ... Holds Choate's school record for goals in a season with 51 ... Attended the U.S. Jr. National Camp three times ... Standout soccer player and track athlete ... All-State soccer and State Champion at Choate in 1999 ... Set Choate school record in 800m with a time of 2:23.2 ... Attended Greece Athena High before going to Choate ... Set Greece Athena record in the 1500m with a time of 4:52.3.
Personal: Kimberly Michelle Insalaco is the daughter of David and Laurene Insalaco ... Has an older brother, Dave, who plays for the minor league pro-hockey team Adirondack Ice Hawks... Concentrating in Psychology and Educational Studies.