2012: ▪ Saved three penalty kicks in a shootout win over No. 4-seed Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament (11/10) ▪ Became the first player in league history to record back-to-back shutouts in The Summit League Championship ▪ Earned the Oakland single-season record with eight shutouts, ranks third all-time with 14 career shutouts ▪ Named to The Summit League All-Tournament Team ▪ Tabbed National Primetime Performer of the Week by CollegeSoccer360.com for the week of Nov. 12 ▪ Was a three-time Summit League Defensive Player of the Week Award-winner (9/10, 9/17 and 10/29) ▪ Saw action in 18 matches for Oakland all as a starter, playing 1667:56 minutes in goal ▪ Posted 80 saves for a .825 save percentage and a .92 goals-against average ▪ Ranked 80th in goals against average and 79th in save percentage among NCAA Division I goalkeepers ▪ Recorded a career-best nine saves against both Notre Dame (9/23) and Western Illinois (10/28) ▪ Posted a record of 10-5-3 as the starting goalkeeper ▪ Became the first Oakland goalkeeper to record a shutout against Michigan State in a 0-0 draw (9/5)
2011: ▪ Was a redshirt for the 2011 season
2010: ▪ Finished the season with 40 saves and a .667 save percentage ▪ Played in 15 games making 13 starts, playing 1238:48 minutes in goal ▪ Finished the season with an 8-5-2 record ▪ Posted a 1.45 goals-against average, which ranked eighth best in The Summit League ▪ Had the 10th highest saves per game in The Summit League ▪ Recorded a season-high six saves in Oakland's win over Massachusetts (9/19) ▪ Played over 64 minutes in a combined shutout win over Rochest College (8/21)
2009: ▪ Started 13 games with a record of 5-7-1 ▪ Tied the school record with 17 saves vs. South Dakota State (10/9) ▪ Finished the season with 62 saves and 5.5 shutouts ▪ Posted a 1.45 goals against average over 1115:28 minutes ▪ Named Summit League Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 28 after recording six saves in a 1-0 win over Detroit (9/22) ▪ Had a stretch of 380 minutes and 53 secondswithoutallowing a goal ▪ Finished the season ranked fifth in shutouts and eighth in goals against average for a single season at Oakland. ▪ Now ranks fifth in career shutouts at OU.
2008: ▪ Saw action in nine games, drawing the start in six ▪ Made 11 saves against Central Michigan (8/31) ▪ Posted a shutout against Bowling Green State (8/29)
High School: ▪ Lettered for coach Dave Muczynski at Avondale High School ▪ A second team all-state selection ▪ Also won all-league and all-district honors.
Personal: Full Name: Shannon Alexandra Coley Birthday: August 8, 1990 Parents: Milton and Julie Coley Siblings: Brieanna, Kristopher and Marques