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Sarah Killion

School

UCLA

Position
Midfielder
Major
Psychology

Classroom

Sarah is one of UCLA’s top student-athletes, majoring in Psychology and holding a GPA over 3.6. She is set to graduate early in Fall 2014. In 2013, she earned first-team NSCAA Scholar All-American and Scholar All-West Region honors and was also a Capital One Academic All-District honoree, as well as a Pac-12 All-Academic selection for the second consecutive year.

Character

Sarah will be entering her second year as team co-captain. Known as one of the most technically-skilled, consistent and intelligent players in the collegiate game, Sarah continues to put in the hard work in training, in games, in the classroom and off the field. She leads by example, she leads vocally on the field in her midfield position, and she is a great example of someone who does everything the right way.

Community

Sarah has participated in community service activities such as speaking with elementary and middle school students, soccer clinics, Bruin Pen Pals, I’m Going to College and more.

Competition

Sarah led UCLA to its first-ever NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship in 2013, earning All-Tournament honors and contributing the game-tying assist late in the semifinals. Her play in 2013 helped get her a call-up to the full U.S. Women’s National Team, and she was a member of the squad for the 2014 Algarve Cup. Collegiately, Sarah has been recognized by Top Drawer Soccer as a member of the Best XI the past two seasons, and she was also selected to the College Sports Madness All-American first team in 2013. IN 2013 and 2012, she earned first-team NSCAA All-Pacific Region and first-team All-Pac-12 honors. Sarah led the Pac-12 in assists in 2013 with 12, the third-highest total in UCLA history. Entering her senior season, she has 20 career assists, which rank 10th on UCLA’s all-time list.