Imani Webster - SWHS

Imani Webster
Spring Woods High School
College/School: Texas State University
Career Goal: Pediatrician

Imani has been on the Spring Woods High girl’s basketball team for all four years of high school and has been the team captain the last two years. She is a National Honor Society member and is enrolled in the dual credit program at Houston Community College. With hectic sports, academic and work schedules, Imani still found time to volunteer with a church mission trip to Costa Rica during Spring Break.

Her basketball coach says that Imani is very enthusiastic, and she welcomes criticism as a way to improve. She held the position of starting guard/captain in basketball, which takes athletic ability and trust. She worked to advance her skills and tried new offensive moves with no reservations. She took criticism from her peers to improve her skill set.

Imani works well with others. She was a leader on and off the court. She participated in church functions, and she qualified for Regionals in track while keeping up with her busy schedules. She will attend Texas State University this fall. She wants to become a pediatrician.

2013 Don Coleman Scholarship Winner
The Don Coleman scholarship was established in honor of Coach Don Coleman, who is a retired Memorial High School basketball coach. The scholarship is the most prestigious award a student can win in high school basketball, but it doesn’t necessarily go to the best player.

After Coach Coleman retired, many of his former players and friends established this scholarship to honor one boy and one girl basketball player from SBISD that shows the discipline, dedication, selflessness and work ethic that Coach Coleman demanded from his players. Northbrook, Spring Woods, Stratford and Memorial high schools have all celebrated boy and girl success stories who have won this scholarship, and then gone on to successful careers.


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