Montreat College head women's soccer coach, Courtney Nash announced Aaron Kimball as assistant coach on Friday, Jan. 31. The Cavalier allum returns to the coaching staff following previous coaching and playing careers for Montreat.
"I am very excited about the addition of Aaron Kimball to the Montreat Women's Soccer Coaching staff," said Nash. "Aaron is an experienced young coach who is very familiar with the College, our program, the soccer community in the Western North Carolina and the local community of Montreat."
Kimball a 2010 graduate of Montreat College with a BS in Business Administration was a member of back-to-back Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament Semifinal men's soccer squads that went 33-20-4 overall including a 13-6-2 mark in conference play. While a member of the men's soccer program, Kimball and the Cavaliers had marque wins against (NAIA Men's Soccer Coaches' Top-25 Poll), No. 11 Milligan and No. 1 Lindsey Wilson and advanced to the AAC title game in his final season.
A native of Clinton, S.C., Kimball joined the Charles D. Owen High School staff as the girls assistant soccer coach in 2009 before returning to Montreat College as an assistant coach and goalkeeper coach in 2010. In 2011 he made the move to the women's assistant coach and goal keeper coach where he helped Courtney Nash lead the Cavaliers to their first Appalachian Athletic Conference regular season and tournament title in 2012.
A native of Clinton, S.C., Kimball earned team MVP while recording 300 saves in net for Clinton High School in his final season before moving onto play for Montreat College.
Kimball currently holds the NSCAA National Diploma, NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, and USYS National Youth License and currently working on his Master's Degree in Coaching with an emphasis in Soccer at Ohio University.
Kimball also works with Highland Football Club as a head coach for the U12 Boys Silver and U14 Girls White.