Dec. 20, 2011
By Anthony Spaulding
There's no question that Kim An has demonstrated her leadership ability on the soccer field.
When a goal or an assist was needed for her Jefferson girls team, her New Jersey Olympic Development Program squad or her Player Development Academy club, the Oak Ridge native was usually there to provide it.
So when she took her talents to Army, it was no surprise An wound up heading the Black Knights within two years, helping them win 26 games, capture a Patriot League championship and earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament. However, the sophomore forward was shocked about how her time at Army made her into a great director outside the realm of sports.
"I've become a completely different person," An said. "In high school, I always thought of myself as a leader on the soccer field. But now, I'm a leader off the field, too."
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