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Miajavon Coleman

Coppin State
Biomedical Science


Coleman, a three-time MEAC All-Academic Team selection, carries a 3.81 GPA in biomedical science. She has recorded a 4.0 GPA in three semesters and earned Dean’s List recognition in every semester.

Coleman serves as the President of Coppin State’s chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma, the National Collegiate Athlete Honor Society. She received a grant to perform biomedical research on campus in the Ophthalmic Research Laboratory, investigating the role of oxygen free radicals in the pathogenesis of ocular diseases.

She plans to attend medical school.


Coleman has a been a team captain for the Eagles since her sophomore season and is currently the President of Coppin State’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

In the season before Coleman joined the program, the Eagles had won just four games. Since then, she has led the team to its best seasons in program history during the last two years.

Head Coach Tim Walsh:
“The phrase, ‘well-rounded’ is the word that immediately jumps into your head when you think of Coleman. She has presented a well-balanced array of activities throughout her time at CSU and has shown the ability to establish an excellent rapport with many different constituents, including her teammates, coaches, alumni, administrators, faculty and staff. She is always interested in helping others and provides service and leadership in a positive manner.”


Coleman has volunteered in numerous community services projects at Coppin State.

Within Baltimore, she has participated in a pair of North Avenue cleanups near campus. Coleman has also served as a mentor for Liberty Elementary School students through ‘Queen In You,’ an organization of female collegiate students and alumni who trains individuals in professional development, self-esteem, etiquette, scholarship and service.

In Coleman’s hometown of San Antonio, she has volunteered at the San Antonio Food Bank, as well as donated her time to the Haven for Hope Homeless Shelter.

Additionally, Coleman has assisted in food and supply drives in support of earthquake and Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico.


Coleman has been the top hitter for the Eagles, and arguably the best in the MEAC, since stepping onto campus. She is an eight-time MEAC Player of the Week and has led the program to its first-ever regular season championship (2020). For her play, she was named to the All-Tournament team.

Coleman, a two-time first team selection, has led the conference in total kills twice, while also ranking second during one season. In Coppin’s historic season, she was named to the MEAC 50th Anniversary All-Time Team - being recognized as one of the top players in league history.

In her freshman campaign, Coleman was named to the, All-MEAC second team, All-MEAC rookie team, and the MEAC Rookie of the Year.

She now owns the school record in career kills and points while ranking seventh in career digs. Coleman is also among the career leaders in blocks. She ranks 10th in MEAC history in career kills, and is among the NCAA active leaders, as well.