Meet Conor Coleman - Tufts Men's Soccer
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The NESCAC Men’s Soccer Player of the Year in 2017, Tufts' Conor Coleman was an all-star on the field and in classroom.
His leadership and play on defense helped the Jumbos win their first NESCAC title in the fall. Tufts allowed two goals in 21 games for a 0.09 goals against average. The Jumbos reached the NCAA Elite Eight and Coleman earned United Soccer Coaches First Team All-American honors.
Coleman was recognized as his sport's top student-athlete when he was named the United Soccer Coaches National Scholar Player of the Year for Division III. Having graduated in May, Coleman achieved Dean's list honors in each of his eight semesters at Tufts. A member of the Tufts Financial Group, he worked as an investment banker intern at Jefferies LLC in New York City during the summer of 2017 and was hired by the firm full-time upon leaving Tufts.