As a Mansfield Student / Athlete, Savanna Colbert was a High School standout in Basketball, Softball, Track, Cheerleading, and Volleyball. Her achievements on the playing field echoed her accomplishments in the classroom, and throughout her involvement in the schools many organizations.
After graduating from Mansfield in 2010, Colbert began her studies at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith during that time she played Volleyball her first year, then went on to transfer to Arkansas Tech University, majoring in Health and Physical Education.
After finishing up on her degree, Colbert was hired at Strong High School were she taught High School Math, and was the Head Softball Coach, Head of Cheer, and Assistant Basketball Coach. From there, Colbert moved to Woodlawn School, which is in Rison, Arkansas to teach Elementary P.E. (K-6), and was the Head Softball Coach, and Assistant Basketball Coach.
When the opportunity arose to come home, Colbert jumped at the chance, and hoped she would get the call.
In a brief phone conversation with Colbert, she stated “Mansfield is where I wanted to be; it’s home, and it’s where my hearts always been.”
Join us in welcoming home Mansfield Volleyball, and Softball Coach, Savanna Colbert.