Volunteer Assistant Coach
Coleman enters his second season as an assistant with the Buccaneers after completing his career in 2012 at Barry. Prior to coming to Barry, Coleman played two seasons at Pasco-Hernando Community College where he hit .317 as a freshman and improved to .353 as a sophomore which earned him second-team all-conference honors.
In two seasons with the Bucs, Coleman played in 73 games including 68 starts and belted five homers, 11 doubles and 46 RBI to go along with a .294 batting average. He was a key member of the 2011 Sunshine State Conference championship team that advanced to the NCAA South Region Final against eventual national champions, West Florida. Coleman hit safely in six of the seven games at the regional tournament including a 3-for-5 performance against #1 West Florida in the final.
In two seasons at Barry, he was named to the Athletic Director’s List multiple times and was named to the President’s 4.0 Club two semesters.
He graduated with a bachelor’s in Physical Education and a minor in Coaching from Barry in 2013. He spent the 2013 summer coaching the South Florida Pokers and helped lead them to a 24-13 record.
A native of Auburn, Ind., Coleman was a three-sport athlete at Dekalb and was an 9-time varsity letterman in football, baseball and wrestling.
He currently resides in Miami Shores, Fla., and aspires to earn a master’s degree in higher education.