28 Colby Herrington
28 Colby Herrington
Height: 5-11
Weight: 145
Year: FY
Hometown: York, Pa.
High School: Dallastown
Position: D
Major: Biology
  • "I made Virginia Wesleyan my top choice because the college felt like home and a perfect fit to my lifestyle. Everyone was very welcoming and easy to get along with."
  • Selected VWC over Coastal Carolina University

VWC Career Statistics


Season Highlights


  • TBA

Collegiate Accomplishments

  • Wesleyan Scholar

Prep Accolades

  • Recipient of the Character Counts Award, presented to an individual displaying leadership and sportsmanship on and off the field
  • Named to compete in the York-Adams All-Star Game
  • Helped perennial power Dallastown to a 17-5 record as a senior and an 18-4-1 mark as a junior
  • Dallastown won the YAIAA Division I championship every year since 2009
  • Also competed for FC York


  • Son of Sherri Mahorney and Matt Herrington; parents attended York College
  • Has two brothers, Coleton and Kyle, and a sister, Kasie
  • Enjoys Indie Rock and spending vacation time at the Outer Banks of North Carolina
  • A fan of Dutch soccer star Ruud von Nistelrooy and the Liverpool soccer team
  • Favorites include the book "House of the Scorpion" and the TV series "Tosh.O"
  • Self-description in 10 words or less: "open to trying new activities, doing my best to excel"
  • My favorite aspect of being an athlete is: "being a memberof a tight-knit group of people and staying in peak physical shape"
  • The part of my game I've improved the most is: "communicating on the field"
  • My personal athletic goal at VWC is: "to earn a spot on the soccer team"
  • If I could spend a day with a famous person from any time period it would be:"Tony Hawk, because he seems like a really down to earth person. I would love to meet the skateboard legend himself"
  • People might be surprised to know: "I try to partake in all board sports known to man"
  • It's the year 2030 and: "I am hopefully having a successful career and living in a fun community somewhere rural"
  • The most important advice I've received is: "take it slow and enjoy every second you get because you don't know how much more time you've got"