Physical Education & Health
Boys' Soccer Assistant Coach
Kimberly Miller joins Morris Catholic after three seasons as an Assistant Coach at Fordham University, where she assisted in all aspects of the women’s soccer program. Prior to Fordham, she was an Assistant Coach at Limestone College.
Miller joined Limestone following a record-breaking playing career with the University of South Carolina. She finished her career with 92 games played and eight game-winning assists, which at the time, ranked first in team history while her 17 career assists were second all-time. Additionally, Miller was second all-time with 90 career starts and third with five game-winning goals. In 2009, she became only the second player in program history to record 10 or more assists in a season.
Miller started every game during her sophomore season, leading USC to their first ever win in the SEC Tournament. She was named to the SEC All- Tournament Team and then led South Carolina to the school’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in nine seasons.
In 2008, she guided South Carolina to the program’s second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player after posting four goals and three assists.
As a senior, she led the Gamecocks to their first ever SEC Tournament Championship before guiding the squad to the school’s first NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance. She led the team with 11 assists while finishing second with 17 points en route to SEC All-Tournament Team, Second Team All-SEC, and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All- Region honors.
Before making the trip to South Carolina, Miller was a three-year captain at Farmingdale (N.Y.) High School, earning All-State and All-Long Island honors while playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse.
Miller graduated with a Physical Education / Teaching Certification degree from South Carolina in 2011.