|Year of Graduation:||2010|
Kim Kriese (Fredonia, Wis.) helped rebuild the Sabre women's soccer program during her time as a Sabre from 2007-2010. Kriese currently sits atop the all-time scoring list in Marian women's soccer history at 156 points and is also the program's top goal scorer with 66 goals in her career. She broke out in her sophomore season with her highest-scoring season when she scored 22 goals with a total of 54 points, both of which rank second in program history for a single season, which earned Kriese her second first-team All-NAC selection. After a junior season that saw her earn an All-NAC second-team selection and NSCAA third team scholar-athlete all-region honors, she once again had a breakout season as a senior. Kriese would score 14 goals with 34 points to earn NAC Offensive Player of the Year honors and CoSIDA ESPN Magazine Academic All-District first team recognition. In her career, Kriese also started the third-most games in program history with 75, had the fourth most assists at 24, and scored the most game-winning goals with 18.