Milestones:at two different positions ... first-team selection as midfielder in 2010 and forward in 2011 ... earned second-team honors as forward in 2012 ... National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division I Mid-Atlantic All-Region selection in 2010 and 2011 earning first and second-team honors, respectively ... Patriot League Rookie of the Year in 2010 ... 2011 Patriot League Preseason Offensive Player of Year ... ranked among the league's leaders in shots, points and game winners throughout career ... named to TopDrawersoccer.com's top 100 freshmen in 2010 ... four-time all-tournament selection ... twice chosen in 2011 with selection to the Black Knight Classic and the inaugural Army Soccer Classic after leading Army to both titles ... peformance in the former earned MVP honors ... earned third straight Black Knight all-tourney honors in 2012 ... broke into Army's record book last fall ... 12 games winners lists fifth, 25 goals and 58 points stand ninth ... ranked 76th nationally in goals per game (0.5) in 2011 ... listed 52nd in game winners (four) last fall ... three times selected the Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week ... three-year letterwinner.
2012: Appeared in all 18 games, drawing starts in 15 ... leader in assists (four) and game winners (four) while ranking second in goals (six) and points (16) ... notched game winners against Vermont, Syracuse, Columbia and Patriot League rival American ... scored a pair of goals in 4-0 blanking of the Eagles in the home finale ... season-high eight shots recorded against Lehigh ... all five shots fired against Vermont in 3-1 season-opening win were on goal ... tallied Army's lone goal against Iowa in opening round of the Black Knight Classic ... tied for second in the Patriot League standings in game-winning goals (four) ... listed third in shots per game (3.06), tied for ninth in goals per game (0.33) and 10th in points per game (0.89).
2011: Starter in 16 of 20 games ... Patriot League's preseason Offensive Player of the Year ... picked up pair of postseason honors repeating as an All-League Patriot League (first team as a forward) selection and Mid-Atlantic All-Region pick (second team honors) ... 21 points tied mark set freshman year and ranked second in the league ... listed first in goals (10) and game winners (four), sharing that spot in the latter ... had a hand in scoring in nine games with four game winners ... recorded season-high five points (two goals, one assist) in 5-1 win over Stetson as Army defended its title at the Black Knight Classic ... tallied game winners in both tournament games ... performance earned MVP and Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors ... lifted Army to 1-0 opening-round win over Big East member Seton Hall and had hand in three of five goals in the Stetson decision ... five goals in Hatters decision is Army's highest output since posting six in a home win over Albany in 2005 ... scored back-to-back goals within a nine-minute span for a 2-0 lead, then assisted on the third goal after Stetson drew to 2-1 ... second time scoring five points in career, matching mark set last year against Quinnipiac ... added insurance marker in 2-0 Patriot League Tournament win over Navy in the championship game as Army captured the title and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament ... second time in four years the Black Knights won tournament title ... recorded game-high two goals against Stetson during three-game span that resulted in nine points ... seven shots recorded three times, last two against conference rivals Lafayette and Navy during the regular season ... in addition to tallying both game winners at the Black Knight Classic, notched the deciding goals in 1-0 win over Marist and 2-0 league opening decision vs. Holy Cross in addition to Seton Hall and Stetson ... notched four shots on goal against American, scoring one of three goals in the win ... 28 of 58 shots were on goal.
2010: Starter in all 21 games ... led Army and the Patriot League in goals (nine) and points (21), while tied for the lead in game winners (four) ... nine goals most by an Army freshman since 1995 and most points since 2002 ... headed into the league tournament ranked 81st nationally in goals per game and 139th in points per game ... led Black Knights in shots (55) and shots on goal (28) ... tied for team lead in assists (three) ... named Patriot League's Rookie of the Year after claiming weekly honors a conference-high five times ... one of three Army players selected for first-team honors ... broke into the scoring column in 3-0 home debut win over Quinnipiac ... registered five points tallying two goals, to include game winner, and assisting on the other ... recorded game winners in wins over Manhattan, Fairfield and Penn ... scored equalizer rallying Army from a 1-0 deficit in 2-1 overtime win over league rival Bucknell ... header tied the score late in regulation ... named to the TopDrawer soccer.com's top 100 freshmen (picked 94th) list ... listed 135th in final NCAA soccer statistics for goals per game ... one of two Army freshmen named to the Mid-Atlantic All-Region First Team.
High School: All-state selection at Jefferson Township High senior year ... team's leading scorer and assist leader all four years ... closed out career with 100 goals ... two-time first-team all-league and all-county honors ... 2009 "Player of the Year" by Morris County, Daily Record and New Jersey Herald ... ... competed four years for the New Jersey Olympic Development Program and five-year member with the Player Development Academy (PDA) ... led travel teams to three state and region titles along with being national finalists ... PDA team ranked No. 2 in the nation ... captured the USL national title in 2006 ... crowned national ODP champions the following year ... chosen MVP at 2009 state finals ... earned pair of all-league honors in basketball along with serving as team captain.
Personal: Given name is Kimberly Minam An ... parents' names are Narelle and Peter An ... vice president of high school class ... member of the National Honor Society and French Honor Society ... ranked top 20 in high school class ... Army Reserve scholar athlete ... older sister Savy (25) ... majoring in Sociology.