Talented IMer Kim Williams Headed to Stanford (Photo Gallery)

Photo Courtesy: Kristin Karkoska

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BELLEVUE, Washington, October 2.  Something is in the water at Stanford University as head coach Greg Meehan is hauling in quite the Class of 2015, which includes reigning Swimming World World Swimmer of the Year Katie Ledecky. He earned another commitment with Bellevue’s Kim Williams also committing to the Cardinal.

Williams, No. 27 in the CollegeSwimming.com rankings and the second-ranked recruit out of Washington, is one of the best IMers in the class.

Williams made her way onto the Junior National Team with wins in the 200 IM and 400 IM at Junior Nationals.  She also medaled at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships this summer in the 200 IM, and will be competing with the junior team headed to the FINA World Cup later this month.

Williams has a world-class long course IM resume with a 2:14.18 in the 200-meter IM and a 4:43.18 in the 400-meter IM from this past summer.

Not to mention her incredible short course times of 1:58.80 in the 200-yard IM as well as a 4:12.80 in the 400-yard IM.

She has some versatility as well with a 1:02.11 in the 100-yard breast as well as an 18:27.44 in the 1500-meter free.

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    Stanford is not only getting a bunch of talent with Ledecky and Williams, they are getting two of the most humble, nice, sweet and intelligent young ladies!