David J. Kim

Washington, D.C.

High School Sports Reporter

Education: Northwestern University, M.S. in Journalism; Grinnell College, B.A. in Sociology and Chinese

David Kim is a high school sports reporter and news aide for The Washington Post. He graduated from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 2018.
Latest from David J. Kim

Final boys’ lacrosse Top 10: Madison and Briar Woods have big weekends, but Gonzaga is still on top

Were the Warhawks' and Falcons' wins in Virginia enough to vault them into a top 10 dominated by Maryland and private schools?

June 10, 2019

Class 6 girls’ lacrosse: Langley girls handle Madison to capture title

Saxons played a tougher schedule to better prepare themselves for a deep playoff run — and it pays off with a trophy.

June 8, 2019

Class 6 boys’ lacrosse: All-around performance highlights Madison’s first state title

Prolific offense and stellar play in goal prove more than enough for the Warhawks in 11-3 win over Robinson.

June 8, 2019

Dominion girls, Riverside boys advance to Virginia Class 4 lacrosse finals

The same schools faced off in the boys’ and girls’ semifinals, and each sent one team to a state championship game.

June 4, 2019

Boys’ lacrosse Top 10: Riverside, Dominion match up again, this time in the state semifinals

In Virginia Class 5 competition, Briar Woods will look to continue its undefeated season Tuesday against Albemarle in the state semifinals.

June 3, 2019

Girls’ Lacrosse Top 10: Madison, Langley advance to Virginia Class 6 semifinals

Virginia state semifinals take place Tuesday with the championships following on Saturday.

June 3, 2019

Bullis caps trophy-filled lacrosse season with one more piece of hardware

Bulldogs roll past Salisbury (Conn.) to capture boys’ national title.

May 28, 2019

Bryson Shaw will play football at Ohio State. But not before one final game with Bullis lacrosse.

The two-sport star leads the Bulldogs into the Geico Nationals championship match.

May 27, 2019

Severna Park upends Howard to win fourth straight 4A boys’ lacrosse title

Goaltender Casey Fox keeps his nerve between the pipes to lead the Falcons to their ninth championship overall.

May 22, 2019