Webster Senior a Finalist for Josten’s Trophy

| March 1, 2011

Webster University women’s basketball player Katy Meyer has been selected as a finalist for the 2011 Josten’s Trophy. This prestigious national award for men’s and women’s NCAA III basketball players, considers acadmic prowess and community service, along with athletic ability.

Meyer, a senior from Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, is one of 11 finalists for the award and is the first women’s basketball player in SLIAC history to be a finalist.

A SLIAC tournament MVP, she averages 14 points and seven rebounds for the Gorloks and became the fifth player in Webster women’s basketball history to score 1000 points in a career earlier this season. In the classroom, the political science/Spanish double major has a 3.87 cumulative GPA.  Meyer has volunteered at the International Institute and at a shelter for battered women, getting classmates and teammates involved as well.

Learn more about her athletic, academic and community service achievements at the Webster University Athletics site.


Category: St. Louis Campus News, Student Affairs and News, Webster Athletics

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  1. Robin Jefferson Higgins says:

    Not only is Katy a great athlete, she is a wonderful student.  Congratulations Katy and good luck!!!! 

    Robin Jefferson Higgins
    Chair/Assistant Professor
    Department of Legal Studies