Levi Coleman

  • Name: Levi Coleman
  • Nationality: American
  • Date of Birth: December 14, 1986
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  • Position: Forward
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 185

Levi Coleman returns for his seventh season with Tulsa Athletic as he has played in every season with the club and he is the all-time leading goal scorer in club history. He has totaled 36 goals in his previous seasons, including being the club’s leading scorer in the first three years.

2018: Played in eight contests with one start…Scored two goals during the 2018 season.

2017: Made 10 starts and 11 appearances for Tulsa Athletic…Tallied three goals, including one game winner…For the season, played 675 minutes in the 11 contests.

Led the team in scoring in the first three seasons from 2013-15…In the three years, posted 30 goals and led Tulsa Athletic to the 2013 and 2014 South Central Division Championships…Helped Tulsa Athletic win the 2016 South Central Conference regular season title.

Pro: Played professionally with the Charleston Battery from 2010-11…Made 27 appearances and scored two goals in his time with the Battery, helping the team win the United Soccer League Division 2 title in 2010…Played professional indoor soccer for the Tulsa Revolution.

College: Played at UMKC and Florida International in his collegiate career…Named all-conference second team by the Summit League and to the all-newcomer team at UMKC…Started all 19 matches and totaled 1,706 minutes…Finished with three goals and a team-high six assists, ranking second in the league…12 points were third most on the team…started his collegiate career with two seasons at Florida International…As a sophomore, appeared in 18 matches with 17 starts…Scored one goal…In his freshman campaign, named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team…Tied for third on the team with four goals and nine points…Recorded a hat trick against Marshall and added an assist for seven points…For the season, appeared in 15 contests with two starts.

Prep: Finished his prep career with 72 goals and 40 assists at Booker T. Washington High School and at Broken Arrow High School…Finished at the Oklahoma state runner-up three times during his career, including twice at Broken Arrow…Named all-conference, all-district, all-state and Tulsa World Metro Player of the Year as a senior…Scored 21 goals and posted 15 assists as a senior…Named the top newcomer and all-district as a freshman…As a sophomore, selected all-district, all-conference and team MVP.