Iman (pronounced ee-MON) Haynes started only seven games in 2003, but saw action in 19 contests. She scored two goals and added one assist on her way to earning the Team Spirit and Citizenship Awards for the 2003 Husker Player Awards.
Haynes saw action in 24 games in her sophomore season and made great strides throughout the year.
Haynes scored three goals on 24 shots in 2002, with her final goal of the season coming in the regular-season finale against
Haynes scored three points on a goal and one assist at Texas Tech late in the season. She also put a goal in the net in the 7-0 win over
During the spring season, Haynes scored the game-winning goal against the Canadian Under-19 National Team, giving the Huskers the 1-0 lead 20 minutes into the contest off an assist from Kari Hogan. Haynes also notched the game winner against
Haynes played in 14 games for
She took six shots on the year and four were shots on goal for a .667 shot-on-goal percentage.
In a spring game against
A two-time all-state selection, Haynes led
She was an All-Metro selection as a freshman, but sat out her sophomore season with a broken leg before earning all-state honors as a junior and senior. A four-time soccer letterwinner, Haynes lettered in basketball as a freshman.
Haynes was also involved in Kent Denver's diversity and varsity clubs and was a student guide on tours.
Along with her high school experience, Haynes played for the Denver
The daughter of Mark and Victoria Haynes, Iman has one sister, Jasmine, 18. Her father, Mark, was a cornerback for the NFL's New York Giants and Denver Broncos.
Iman was born on