MBB: Look Back At 2013-14 Season - Mean Green Prepared For First C-USA Tournament
MBB: March 6 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. Tulsa
MBB: March 2 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. UTEP
MBB: February 15 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. East Carolina
MBB: February 13 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. Old Dominion
Ranked 2nd at North Texas with 27 blocks on the year, including four blocks in the C-USA Tournament.
Career-best four blocks in the win over Incarnate Word.
Recorded his first career double-double at Big 12 opponent Oklahoma (14 points, 10 rebounds).
Took just seven games to pass his scoring total from all of 2012-13 (40 points).
Went 1-of-10 from the floor over the last six games, and missed his last nine attempts, which dropped his shooting percentage to 41.3.
Averaged 12.5 points and 10.5 rebounds in exhibition play, including a 14-point, 13-board outing against Southeastern Oklahoma that would have been a career-best game.
Benford's "Offseason MVP" for his summer development.
Saw action in 30 games, earning a start against Florida Atlantic.
Scored 1.3 points per game, and tallied a season-high five points against Louisiana-Lafayette and Cameron.
Scored in 15 games for a total of 40 points.
Showed his rebounding prowess with a season-best seven boards in the win over Lamar in the NIT Season Tip-Off.
Tallied three games of five-plus rebounds, and 11 multi-board games.
Three of his 11 blocks on the year came against Cameron in the home opener.
Had four straight games with a block in the heart of Sun Belt play.
Marshalltown CC (Iowa)
Was rated by Hot100Hoops.com as one of the nation's top-25 junior college players.
Originally signed with Nebraska.
Racked up averages of 8.0 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game for Marshalltown (Iowa) CC.
Will have three years of eligibility remaining for the Mean Green.
Tallied three double-doubles last season for the Tigers, including a 17-point, 13-rebound outing against Southwestern (Iowa) CC.
Shot 57.1 percent from the floor on the year and was named Honorable Mention All-Region XI.
Following his time at Lee (Maine) Academy, Coleman was rated as the No. 23 center in the country by Scout.com and No. 37 by ESPN.com.
Listed as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com.