Sarah Marlatt signs for Memphis Tigers
Loveland, Ohio – On the Fall, National Signing Day, Loveland High School’s Sarah Marlatt committed to play Division I volleyball for the University of Memphis Tigers. Loveland High School Athletic Director, Julie Renner said, “Sarah has worked really hard to get to this point… and it’s not easy getting to this point.”
This video is from a ceremony held at the media center at the high school to honor Marlatt. In 2012, she was on the “Elevation 15 Ulland Junior National Champion, Gold Division Team. She lettered for four years at Loveland. She was on the 2012 Eastern Cincinnati Conference championship team. In 2014, Marlatt was selected to play in the OHSVCA All-Star game after being named to the all-district team.
Sarah is the daughter of Andrew and Karen Marlatt, and comes from a background of athletics. Her sister Lauren played college volleyball at Winthrop and her father and uncle (Patrick) each played football at the professional level. Andrew is also a former Loveland head football coach, and Miami University coach.
Memphis head volleyball coach, April Jauregui said announcing Marallt’s signing:
“Sarah brings size and strength to our middle blocker position. We look for Sarah to immediately compete in that position. Not only does she bring power and size, but she also is a great fit in terms of our team dynamic. She has such a great work ethic and positive spirit that will mesh well with our current team. Sarah understands the work of college athletics being a coach’s kid. She knows the rigors of travel and the dedication needed to perform at a high level. I look forward to seeing Sarah grow this coming club season in preparation for her collegiate career.”
Sarah was named to the 1st Team All ECC Conference and 1st Team All City in 2014.