Imani Bailey certainly saved the best for last as a basketball player at Howard University.
The Laurel resident has played for three different head coaches with the Bison and overcame a hip injury as a sophomore to become one of the top scorers this season as a senior for Howard, a Division I program in the nation’s capital.
“It was kind of hard. I had three coaches in high school. It is hard to deal with it but I will get through it,” she said.
After missing the first part of this season due to personal reasons, the Meade High graduate averaged 16.8 points per contest in her first 11 games this year as a 5-foot-7 guard. Howard will play in the...