Colleen Williams



Garduated from Univeristy of Dayton

Coaching Experience

Assistant Coach - Hawaii Pacific university

Playing Experience

Williams attended the University of Dayton where she played for the Flyers from 2009 to 2012. She set numerous records during her four years at the college, including finishing as the program’s top scorer with 58 goals. She is also Dayton's all-time leader in assists (52) and points in addition to holding the record for single-season assists.
She was a two-time NCAA All-American and was listed on the Hermann Trophy Watch List twice. Williams was also an Academic All-American recipient for three consecutive years. The former Flyer became the 20th player in NCAA women's soccer history to score over 50 goals and notch 50 assists.
After college, she was drafted by the Washington Spirit to play professionally. Williams was also part of the U-23 U.S. National Team in 2013. She retired at 23 after two knee injuries (read more about her retirement here):