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Tabitha Coleman
Tabitha Coleman

Hometown:
Chancellor, Ala.

High School:
Geneva

Height:
5-6

Position:
Graduate Assistant Coach

Experience:
Second Season



07/02/2013

Alabama Athletics Places 77 on SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll

The softball team's 15 honorees led the way for the Tide, followed by the 12 members of the rowing team and the 12 members of the women's track and field team. The Alabama baseball team placed 11 members on the honor roll; women's golf, men's tennis and men's track and field each landed six student-athletes on the honor roll, followed by the four members of the women's tennis team

04/22/2013

Alabama Student-Athlete Awards Banquet

Crimson Tide athletics honors 2012-13 achievement in Alabama Student-Athlete Awards banquet

04/19/2013

Tabitha Coleman Named a SEC Brad Davis Award Nominee

Coleman is the female nominee for the University of Alabama

04/15/2013

Rowing Recognized by Conference USA

Alabama garners 34 academic honors

04/06/2013

Rowing Takes Two Wins on Black Warrior River

Tide hosts Power of Pink and Senior Day

Tabitha Coleman is in her second season at Alabama and her first as the Gruaduate Assistant Coach after serving as a volunteer assistant coach during the 2013-14 season. Coleman's coaching career follows her four-year career as an Alabama rower, inlcuding a senior-year stint as the Tide's captain.

Coleman's stand-out performance on and off the water resulted in the Chancellor, Ala. native being named to the 2013 Conference USA All-Academic team and First Team All-Conference USA.

As a senior, Coleman was part of the bronze-medal-winning boat at the Head of the Charles, leading to the Tide's Club 8+ to a third-place finish.

In the classroom, Coleman regularly landed on the Dean's list with an overall collegiate GPA of 3.66. During her rowing career, Coleman was named a Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete and was also part of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Omicron Delta Kappa Society.

Coleman's academic accolades also included earning a spot on the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in biology and history.

Outside of the classroom and rowing, Coleman spearheaded the 2012 Locks of Love event and also gave time to Habitat for Humanity, Al's Pal's, Read Across America and Hands on Tuscaloosa. In 2013, Coleman was named as a SEC Brad Davis Award Nominee for her outstanding efforts in community service.

     
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