2009: Started all 20 matches ... Helped the Wildcats post seven shutouts, including four consecutive at one point ... Member of the winningest senior class in school history, the only class to reach the NCAA tournament all four years ... Named the team's recipient of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2008: Started all 23 matches ... Member of a defense that allowed only 13 goals all season and ranked sixth in the country with a 0.55 goals-against average ... Helped the Wildcats post a school single-season record 13 shutouts ... Assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Penn State (10/4) ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2007: Starter in all 20 of the team's matches ... Member of a defense that allowed just 14 goals (0.67 per game) ... Recorded an assist in a win over UMKC Sept. 16 ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2006: Started 19-of-20 games ... Recorded one assist in the NCAA Tournament win over Cincinnati (11/10) ... Took five shots on the season.
High School: NSCAA Regional All-American, all-state and Chagrin Valley Conference MVP in 2005 ... First-team CVC 2003, 2004 and 2005 ... Third-team All-Greater Cleveland 2004 ... First-team All-Greater Cleveland 2005 ... 28 goals and 14 assists for career ... Led team in goals and assists in 2005 with 18 goals and 14 assists ... Led team to the state regional finals scoring a goal in each playoff game except sectionals and the regional final ... Two goals and one assist in a 3-1 regional semifinal win ... Ohio Division II state runner-up in 2003 while playing sweeper and set all-time record for least goals allowed in a season ... Led Cleveland Internationals Club Team to four-consecutive Ohio North State Cup Championships the last four years in a row making regional finals as U14's and Regional Semifinals as U17's ... Four-year Ohio North State Team Member and two-year Region II Regional Team member ... Competed over the years with the Region II team with fellow NU signee Mark Blades ... National Honor Society, Student Council and Superintendent Advisory Committee.
Personal: Born Patrick Joseph Coleman ... Son of Vincent and Eileen Coleman ... Major is political science ... Chose Northwestern over Stanford, Xavier, Colgate and Northern Illinois.