Clark Breaks Her Own School Record in 200-Butterfly; Owls Go 1-2 in 400-Freestyle Relay
2012-2013: Battled back from some nagging injuries to post some of the Owls' top marks in the sprints... Swam a 52.01 in the 100-freestyle at the Incarnate Word Invitational in December that finished as the sixth-best on the team... Registered a season-best 24.09 in the 50-free, and a 1:00.41 in the 100-butterfly, at UIW.
2011-2012: Swam the sprints in the program's opening meet of the year against nationally-ranked SMU, but was sidelined the rest of the season with an injury... Gained a redshirt season... Best marks were a 24.38 in the 50-yard freestyle and a 53.12 in the 100-free.
2010-2011: Earned the program's Most Improved award; Sensational showing at the Conference USA Championships helped lift the Owls to the program's first team title in school history... Scored 63 points at conference, the third-highest total on the team... Reached the championship finals of three events and swam on three relays at the league meet... Took sixth in her first event with a career-best 23.46 in the 50-yard freestyle... Finished fifth overall in the 200-yard freestyle with a career-best 1:51.23... Placed eighth in the 100-free after a career-best 51.09 in the morning prelims... Swam the anchor leg of the second-fastest 400-medley relay in school history... Served as the lead leg on both the 200- and 400-freestyle relays at conference... Owns the Owls' fastest time in the 50-free at home in the Rice Aquatics Center (24.04).
2009-2010:C-USA Academic Honor Roll; Rice University Honor Athlete; Fought through a late injury to compete at the C-USA Championships held across town at the University of Houston... Swam a season-best 52.43 to score for the team at the conference meet with a 16th in the 100-freestyle... Also registered a season-best 24.34 in the prelims of the C-USA's 50-free.
A 2009 graduate of Parkway West High School in Ballwin, Mo.... Three-time all-state and two-time all-metro selection in swimming... Finished second in the satte in both the 50- and 100-yard freestyle... Helped lead the Longhorns to a conference title and fifth place finish in the state meet... Coached by Dr. Lane Page... Earned varsity letter in track & field competing in the pole vault... Outstanding student who was a four-year Scholar-Athlete Honoree.
Junior National qualifier in the freestyle sprints and Junior National champion in the 400-free relay for the Parkway Swim Club... Coached by Nick Rudich... Best times are 23.43 in the 50-free, 50.51 in the 100, and 1:53.74 in the 200... Short Course National Qualifier in the 50 and 100.
Full name: Kimberly Ann Steinhouse (prefers Kim). Born: November 7, 1990, in Indianapolis, Ind. Parents: Eric and Michele Steinhouse of Ballwin, Mo. (two brothers, one sister). Both parents swam competitively at Duke. Rice College: Brown