PROVINE ATHLETE MAKES SCHOOL HISTORY WITH SUCCESS IN SOCCER
Provine High School soccer player Tytianna Coleman signed with the Southwest Mississippi Community College Bears on Monday, February 27. It was the first scholarship signing for a girls soccer player from the school.
Tytianna Coleman, center, with family members and coaches, accepted a scholarship to attend Southwest Mississippi Community College.
When she was in the 11th grade, Coleman traded basketball for soccer and made an immediate impact by leading the Rams to the state 5A playoffs for the first time in the school's history, a feat she helped them repeat in her senior season. The team also recorded its first two winning seasons.
Coleman proved to be highly versatile, playing sweeper, goalkeeper, and even leading the team in goals scored with 13 in her senior season.
Academically, Coleman is ranked 14 out of 225 in her senior class with a 3.4 GPA.
Matthew Freeman is coach of the Provine Rams girls soccer team.