|Title:||Assistant Coach - Goalkeepers|
|Alma Mater:||Vermont '14|
|Years at Middlebury:||1|
Leland is in his first year as an assistant coach with the men's soccer program. He has coached at the collegiate level at St. Michael's, working with goalkeepers and focusing specifically on supporting scholastic improvement and player development through individualized plans.
A former keeper for the Division I Vermont Catamounts, Leland ranked first in save percentage in the America East Conference and 11th in the country with an .841 mark in 2012. He was selected as the America East Goalkeeper of the Year and was named to the America East All-Conference First Team. Leland was the winner of the school's Hal Greig Award, given to the Catamount who in the opinion of his teammates, through his desire, hustle and love of the game, has done the most for the Vermont men's soccer program. He finished his career ranked fifth in shutouts (18), sixth in goals against average (1.07) and seventh in wins (22) among UVM's all-time goalkeepers.
Leland received his Bachelor of Science Degree from University of Vermont in Community & International Development with a concentration in Development and Applied Economics in 2014.