Sarah Wall ’06 was a 3-time All-America and 2-time Academic All-America® selection in soccer who was named NCAC Offensive Player of the Year for 4 straight years. As a freshman, she led the NCAC in scoring with 22 goals, 16 assists, and 60 points. The 22 goals was third all-time at OWU, the 16 assists tied the OWU season record, and the 60 points was third all-time. She scored the game-winning goal in both true road games during OWU’s run to the national championship, scoring in the fifth minute in the regional title game at Wilmington and in the third minute in a national semifinal at William Smith, and assisted the game-winner in the national championship game against Messiah. She was a first-team All-NCAC selection and was named NCAC Offensive Player of the Year, and was a first-team All-Ohio, first-team all-region, and second-team All-America selection. Ohio Wesleyan compiled a 24-0 record and won the NCAC championship, the NCAC tournament, and the NCAA Division III championship. As a sophomore, she again led the NCAC in scoring with 24 goals (third all-time at OWU), 10 assists, and 58 points (fourth all-time at OWU). She tied the OWU single-game record with 4 goals against Earlham, and her 9 points against Earlham set a school record. She repeated as first-team All-NCAC, NCAC Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-Ohio, and was a first-team All-America selection. Her junior year, she again led the NCAC in scoring with 20 goals, 13 assists (tied for fourth all-time at OWU), and 53 points (fifth all-time at OWU). She tied OWU records with 4 goals and 9 points in an NCAA first-round game against Manchester. She repeated as first-team All-NCAC, NCAC Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-Ohio, and first-team All-America, and was a first-team Academic All-America® selection. Ohio Wesleyan went 16-3-2, won the NCAC championship, won the NCAC tournament, received a first-round bye and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. She recovered from a serious automobile accident to play her senior season and served as a playmaker rather than the primary scorer, compiling 9 goals, 14 assists (fourth all-time at OWU), and 32 points to rank third in the NCAC in scoring. She repeated as first-team All-NCAC, NCAC Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-Ohio, and first-team Academic All-America® selection, and was voted Academic All-America® of the Year. Ohio Wesleyan went 13-6-1, won the NCAC tournament (becoming the first team to win twice on the road to win the tournament), and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament. She set OWU and NCAC records with her 53 assists, and her career totals of 75 goals and 203 points ranked second all-time at OWU. During her 4 seasons, Ohio Wesleyan was 70-11-3 (.851) and 28-4-0 in the NCAC (.875), with 2 conference championships, 3 tournament titles, 3 NCAA tournament appearances, and a national championship.