Sarah Scott | #5 | MH
Hometown: Plainfield, Ill.
Previous School: Texas-San Antonio (Plainfield North HS)
Major: Global Marketing
2012 All-Gulf South Conference Second Team - Details
2012 Colorado Premier Challenge All-Tournament Team - Details
2012: Making her way into the starting lineup as a sophomore, Scott started 26 of 34 matches and played 123 sets... She led UWF in blocking and ranked second in the GSC with 107 blocks (0.87 per set)... Averaged 1.92 kills per set with a hitting percentage of .244... Compiled 18 service aces... Had a career-high 13 blocks against West Texas A&M which tied for second all-time in UWF's record book... Also had a career-best 16 kills against West Texas A&M.
2011 (University of Texas-San Antonio): Redshirted 2011 season.
2010 (University of Texas-San Antonio): Helped the Roadrunners with the 2010 Southland Conference Championship.
High School: Was a four-year starter under Kerri McCastland and a part of Plainfield North High School’s inaugural class of varsity players in 2006 ... Was an all-state, all-area and all-conference performer as a senior ... Tabbed one of the top 50 players in the state of Illinois by the Chicago Sun-Times and named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Under Armour All-America preseason watch list ... Hit .424 and averaged three kills per set … Helped guide the Tigers to a 22-7 record and a trip to the Class 4A regional finals ... Helped the program win back-to-back Southwest Prairie Conference Championships in 2006-07 and was a first-team all-area selection as a junior.
Personal: Daughter of Barbara and Sam Scott ... Has two brothers, Blake and Robert ... Played in Nicaragua with Club Fusion 18-Black Team where she helped donate various items ... Enjoys swimming, going to the beach and working out ... Global marketing major.
Coach Wolter on Scott: "Sarah is originally from Illinois and played for Club Fusion. Sarah has been trained extremely well and can play multiple positions. She's adapted great into our system and benefitted greatly from joining us in January. Sarah is one of our best jumpers on the team and will be one of our best blockers. She traveled to Europe this summer for the Global Challenge and faced numerous strong international teams. Sarah is a great addition to our team and will be looked upon to play like a veteran this fall."