Sara Coleman
Sara  Coleman

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Laurel, Miss.

High School:
West Jones

Height:
5-4

Position:
F

Experience:
2L


02/11/2015

46 Rebels Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll

Includes 23 Football, 15 Soccer and 8 Volleyball Players

10/26/2014

Rebels Rally Past Vanderbilt

Hiskey Hits Game-Winner, Delivers Assist To Bunker

09/28/2014

Rebels Fall To No. 10 Texas A&M 2-1

Friedmann Scores First Goal Of Season For Rebels

09/18/2014

Rebels Seek to Write New Chapter in Rivalry

Mississippi Contingent Ready for Match at Mississippi State

09/14/2014

Rebels Down MTSU 4-0

Russell Scores First Career Goal In Shutout Victory

2014: Returned to the lineup after missing the 2013 season ... Played in all 19 matches and started two, coming off the bench as one of the primary reserves ... Played a season-long 67 minutes against Arkansas (9/25) in a 1-1 draw ... Started in matches at Alabama (10/5) and at South Carolina (10/19) ... Delivered an assist in a 4-0 win over Middle Tennessee (10/14) ...

2013:
Did not see action on the year for personal reasons ...

2012: Played in all 22 matches, starting nine on the season ... Played 930 minutes on the year, including a season-high 81 minutes at Mississippi State (10/25) in the regular-season finale ... Started the first four matches of the season and the final five matches of the season ... Took 23 shots on the season, 11 of them on goal ... Tallied 12 points on the year with six assists and three goals ... Her six assists was third on the team behind juniors Mandy McCalla and Rafaelle Souza (7), and tops among newcomers ... Scored her first collegiate goal against UALR (8/31) along with a season-high two assists and six shots and four points ... Also scored against Kentucky (10/7) and at Mississippi State (10/25) ... Also delivered the assist on the Rebels lone goal against Florida in the SEC Championship game ...

HIGH SCHOOL:
Attended West Jones High School in Laurel, Miss. ... First Team All-District (2007-12) ... 2012 Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year ... Second Team All-State (2007-08) ... First Team All-State (2008-12) ... District Player of the Year (2009 , 2010) ... Gatorade Player of the Year Nominee (2009, 2010) ... Five-time team captain ... State Champion (2009, 2011) ... State Runner up (2010) ... Career stats: 154 goals, 105 assists ... Also ran track ... Third place at State in the 400m (2008) ... First place at State in the 4x200m relay (2008) ... Student Council (2009-12) ... Sophomore, Junior President ... Student Advisor Board (2011, 2012)... Senior Secretary ... FCA (2009-12) ... Spanish Club (2009-12) ...Alpha Team (2012) ... Logged 279 community service hours for math tutoring.

ODP: Five years on the Mississippi Team ... Four years on the Region III Team ... Thanksgiving Regional Event ... Costa Rica with the Region III Team ... National Team Camp.

CLUB:
Played club for the North Atlantic Soccer Association ... Won Regionals (2011) ... Placed third at Nationals (2011) ... Won a National League Title (2010) ... State Champion (2010)...Placed second at State (2011).

PERSONAL: Born December 1, 1993 ... Daughter of Jerry and Marie Coleman ... Both parents were members of the track team at Southern Miss from 1985-89.

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