|WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks – No. 25|
January 4, 1987 |
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||160 lb (73 kg)|
|Draft||2nd overall, 2009
|Washington Mystics (2009–2011)
Los Angeles Sparks (2012–present)
|Awards and Honors|
|2006 ACC rookie of the year
2009 ACC tourney MVP 3X AP All-American
2009 State Farm All-American
#2 All-Time in Scoring and rebounding in Maryland History
WNBA All-Rookie Team
Personal life 
Coleman was born in Portland, Oregon to Tony and Joni Coleman. She has an older sister, Tonya, and a younger brother, Anthony. Later they moved to Cheltenham, Maryland where Coleman attended high school at St. John's College High School, a co-ed Christian Brother's Catholic school in Washington, DC.
High school career 
Coleman went to high school at St. John's College. Coleman was a McDonald's and WBCA All-American, playing in both senior all-star games. She led all scorers with 19 points at the McDonald's game. She was selected East Team Most Valuable Player at the WBCA game.
College career 
Coleman chose the University of Maryland, College Park over the University of Tennessee, the University of Connecticut, the University of Florida, and Duke University. As a freshman she became the second-straight Terrapin to be named ACC Rookie of the Year. She was only the ninth Terrapin all-time with 1,500 career points. She is one of only four Terps in the history of the program to receive All-ACC honors three times, earning a spot on the second team every year. She is 2nd all-time at Maryland in rebounding and scoring. She is the only player in school history to record a triple-double.
WNBA career