Hannah Kimsey grew up playing soccer in the greater Vancouver, Washington-Portland, Oregon area. She lettered as a freshman, and as a senior she helped to earn the program’s first state title scoring in the semi-final and assisting the tying goal in the final. Hannah earned the Clark County Player of the Year award as well as 1st team all-state.
As a freshman at Portland State University, Hannah started and earned All-Conference Honorable Mention. Hannah transferred to Concordia University Portland and used her sophomore year as a recovery and building year. As a senior, Hannah was voted captain and led the team in points with seven goals and 14 assists. Hannah was named the NAIA National Player of the Year along with nabbing a place on the all-tournament team, another place on the First All-American team. She was also awarded First Team All-Region and First Team All- Conference. To close out her collegiate career, she was nominated for Small Athlete of the Year at the Oregon Sports Awards and won Senior Athlete of the Year at the Navy and White Awards.
After college, Hannah continued her soccer career in a semi-pro league with the Seattle Women’s Sounders. She went on to sign a contract with a professional Swedish club overseas where she played two seasons for QBIK, a First Division team that competes in the Elitettan League. After returning to the states, Hannah moved to St. Peters. In 2017, Hannah played for Fire and Ice SC in the WPSL where she helped them win their first-ever national championship.
Hannah has coached off and on during her playing career.