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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Notre Dame Prep senior goalie Andrew Kimerling has committed to Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire.
“I am really excited,” said Kimerling. “It is my mom’s alma mater, and I am from the East Coast, so I am familiar with the entire area. I am looking forward to going to New Hampshire with a change of weather and scenery.”
He will play for Bruno Victal, who is in his sixth season at the school, and plans to study business.
“Coach Bruno is an accomplished coach, and the program has kept getting better each season,” said Kimerling. “We are looking to make the jump forward and be one of the top teams in the conference. There are all good signs for the program.”
Kimerling was a two-year member of the program, playing his freshman and senior seasons for the Saints. He currently plays for Real Salt Lake Arizona club team, as well as his sophomore and junior seasons. He helped the Saints reach the AIA 4A quarterfinals in 2021.
“I have been playing club soccer since I was six years old,” said Kimerling. “It has been my goal to play college soccer since I entered high school. I am looking forward to the opportunity.”
Saint Anselm plays in the Division II Northeast-10 Conference and is in Manchester, N.H.
“It is a competitive soccer program, and we are looking to take a conference championship next year and hopefully we can make the tournament,” said Kimerling. “I am looking forward to competing for a starting spot and getting playing time.”
Kimerling will participate in the Notre Dame Prep Commitment celebration on April 14 at 8:00 a.m. in the NDP Cafeteria.