|College:||Chico State (1994)|
Michelle Coleman returns for her 19th season with the Pacific women's soccer program. She has been instrumental in the growth of the program and is primarily responsible for individual instruction and team conditioning.
Her experience spans both collegiate and high school level programs. Coleman graduated in 1994 from Chico State with a degree in physical education. As a player, she was a member of the Sonoma State team that won the Division II National Championship in 1990 before transferring to Chico State.
She then moved on to Cal Poly, where she was a member of the institution's Independent Club National Championship team and the school's first sanctioned NCAA team. She was also a member of the Sacramento Storm team that captured the U.S. Women's Open and USISL National Championship in 1994.
Coleman has been responsible for reaching out to the community through organizing numerous free clinics and halftime games for local youth teams. She also has established herself as an outstanding personal trainer in the local area.
She currently resides in Stockton with her husband, head coach Keith Coleman, and their two daughters, Sydney and Elliana.