Years at CU: 3 Years
Alma Mater: University of Louisiana-Lafayette ('00)
Office Phone: (270) 789-5335
Kim Dunlap Borders is in her third season as an assistant softball coach at Campbellsville University, working primarily with pitchers. Borders is the owner and pitching instructor at BSA Softball Academy in Scottsville, Ky.
During her playing days, Borders was a four-time high school All-American while leading Ezell Harding Christian School in Nashville, Tenn., to four state championships. She also led her summer team to the ASA 18 National Championship in 1997. In College, she was a two-time All-Region selection at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, while helping the Ragin' Cajuns to four straight NCAA regional appearances. She was named the Sunbelt Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2000 and was a National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Scholar-Athlete.
Following her collegiate career, she returned to Club K, where she formerly trained 10 years under Cheri Kempf. She instructed and trained hundreds of pitchers over a five-year span before starting BSA.
Borders is currently pursuing her Master's degree at Campbellsville University. She resides in Scottsville, Ky., with her husband, Spencer, and their three daughters, Taylor, Savannah and Hadley.