|Title:||Assistant Women's Soccer Coach|
|Previous College:||James Madison '09|
Kim Germain is in her eighth season as an assistant coach with the Marymount University women’s soccer team in 2017. A former Division I All-American, she brings extensive playing experience to the Saints' sidelines.
A four-year letterwinner at James Madison University, Germain earned NSCAA Third-Team All-America accolades as a junior in 2007. She also earned numerous All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as well as multiple All-Region nods by the NSCAA, Soccer Buzz and VaSID and was on the Hermann Trophy watch list as a senior.
Germain’s Dukes' teams collected a total of 54 wins in her tenure, including a school-record 17 victories in 2007. She started all four years during her time in Harrisonburg and finished her career seventh all-time on the JMU career assists list with 22 and was 20th all-time in career points with 42.
Following her collegiate playing career, Germain spent time at training camps with the Washington Freedom in 2009 and the New Jersey Sky Blue in 2010. She also attended the U-23 National Team camp in 2009.
Germain earned her Bachelor of Science in Sport and Recreation Management from James Madison in 2009. A local product, she was an All-State and All-Met performer at nearby Langley High School. Germain also serves as the head coach of The Madeira School and Marshall High School along with coaching locally with the Annandale Boys and Girls Club and the ODP programs.