Kimberly Wyant (born February 11, 1964) is an American soccer coach and retired player. She is the head coach of the New York University men’s soccer team, currently, the only women to lead a men’s NCAA National Collegiate Athletic Association soccer program (Julianne Sitch was at the University of Chicago in 2022). Since her appointment as coach of NYU, she has led them to postseason play in every season except one, including three NCAA National Soccer Championship Tournaments, 2018, 2021, and 2022.
Wyant was the goalkeeper for the first United States women’s national soccer team, appearing in the inaugural US game in Italy in 1985. She appeared 16 times for the United States and recorded the team’s first shutout and win during a match against Canada in July 1986.
In 2008, Wyant was the recipient of the Special Recognition Award by the National Soccer Hall of Fame honoring her contribution to the winning way of the Women’s National Team.