Hometown: Titusville, N.J.
High School: Hopewell Valley Central
College: 2012: Colleen Williams is a three-time NSCAA All-American and a two-time Hermann Trophy candidate..named the 2012 Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year after racking up 17 goals and 14 assists in all 20 games started...Williams was first in the NCAA in assists per game (.7) and third in points per game (2.4)...she led the Atlantic 10 in scoring for the third consecutive season, plus led the conference in seven other offensive categories, including shots, goals, assists and points...Williams holds UD records for career goals (58), career assists (50) and points (166) and for single-season assists (15 in 2011)...she is just the 20th player in NCAA women's soccer history to have at least 50 goals and 50 assists...the honors her senior season include: Top 10 Finalist for the 2012 Senior CLASS Award, NSCAA Division I All-America Second Team, NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team, Capital One Academic All-America Second Team, TopDrawerSoccer Third Team of the Season, College Sports Madness All-American Third Team, NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Refion First Team, All-Ohio, Academic All-Ohio, First Team All-Atlantic 10 forward, and member of the 11-member Atlantic 10 All-Academic team … 2011: Played in all 23 games...The junior forward scored her first two goals of the season in a 7-2 win against Middle Tennessee State Sept.19 … Notched her first collegiate hat trick in the 5-1 victory against Massachusetts in the Atlantic 10 Championship Nov. 6 … Averaged 4.39 shots per game… Led the team in shots (101), goals (16), and assists (15)… Was named 2011 First Team and Academic First Team All-Atlantic 10... She was also named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America Team and was First Team Academic All-Ohio...Williams was the 2011 Most Outstanding player in the Atlantic 10 Conference championship and was part of the all-championship team ... the Offensive MVP in the 2011 Boilermaker Challenge Cup...Williams repeated as NSCAA All-American, being a second team honoree... She was a finalist for the Soccer News Net College Boot Award, which recognizes the women’s college player of the year...Williams was also named to the Mid-Atlantic All- Region teams by the NSCAA and was named to the All-Ohio Team...Was also named to the 2011 Hermann Trophy Watch List before the season...Williams was three-time player of the week in the 2011 Atlantic 10 Fall Sports Honor Roll and three-time TopDrawerSoccer national player of the week as well...Williams was a member of the 2011 Preseason Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team and the 2011 Women’s Premier Soccer League All-East Conference First Team … 2010: The 2010 Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year played and started in all 23 games for the Flyers this season and registered 1,846 minutes...was the team’s statistical leader in shots (90), points (48), goals (18), assists (12), shots on goal (48) and game winning goals (7), earning her a selection to the second team of the 2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Women’s Soccer NCAA Division I All-America Team...her 48 points were second in the nation and her 18 goals were fourth-best in the NCAA...this season, in games when she had at least one point, the Flyers were 18-1...had a season best four points in a game four different times...was named one of six Atlantic 10 players as “Sophomore Stars for 2010” by TopDrawerSoccer.com...was also on the Atlantic 10 Preseason Team...was an Atlantic 10 Player of the Week three different times and was also named to the 2010 Penn Invitational All-Tournament Team...was also on the TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week Oct. 4 ... Williams was a member of the NSCAA First Team All-Region and also was named honorable mention to the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Season...was named to the Atlantic 10 First Team, the A-10 Women’s Soccer All-Championship Team and the OCSA First Team...also showed success in the classroom and was selected to the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District IV Second Team and earned First Team OCSA Academic All-Ohio honors … 2009: The Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year started every game for the Flyers … the play-making midfielder was a vital asset to the team, recording 23 points off of seven goals and nine assists… named to the Preseason Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team and finished the year on the A-10 All-Rookie Team… tallied the game-winning assist in her collegiate debut, a 1-0 UD win over Loyola (Aug. 23)...scored first collegiate goal in Dayton’s 4-0 win over Ball State Sept. 11.
High School: Williams helped led her club team, FC Bucks Vipers, to the U-18 US Youth Soccer National Championship on July 26 along with teammate Alysha Mallon. Williams was also the 2008 Patriot League Player of the Year, she tallied 25 goals and 19 assists as a senior at Hopewell Valley Central...Also named the Mercer County Player of the Year, First Team all-state and First Team All-CVC...Led her high school to back-to-back Prep A State Championships (2005 & 2006)...A four-year starter, she finished her high school career with 51 goals, 46 assists and 148 points...Competed in three National Championships, winning the title with her N.J. ODP team in 2006...Her club won six Pennsylvania State Cup Championship from 2002-2008.
Personal: Daughter of David and Theresa Williams...has two older brothers Brett and Bryan and a younger sibling Kelly...Born April 25, 1991...Major: Sport Management.