Count Down to First Serve: Meet Sarah Baugh
Sarah Baugh, junior setter.
Aug. 19, 2014

BOISE, Idaho - As part of’s preview of Boise State volleyball we are featuring each player on a 14 day count down to the first serve against Gonzaga at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 29, in Bronco Gym to start the Northwest Challenge. We are starting with our seniors and working down the list by class.  

Today’s Bronco player preview highlights junior Sarah Baugh.

Sarah is a 5-foot-9 setter from Poulsbo, Wash. In the junior’s first two seasons she played in every match (62) with 21 starts. Baugh enters her third year as the projected starter and floor captain. She is currently ranked 12th all-time at Boise State for career assists with 1,216 and sixth during the rally scoring era. Baugh is also ranked 10th all-time in career assists per set average at 5.38 and fifth during rally scoring era.

Number: 13
Position: Setter
Hometown: Poulsbo, Washington
High School: North Kitsap
Major: Biology - Human Emphasis


10 Questions with Sarah...

Q: Why did you choose Boise State?

A: I chose Boise State because I loved the small town feel.  The city was absolutely beautiful and I loved how the whole community was involved with the University. 


Q: What’s been your favorite thing about Boise so far?

A: My favorite thing about Boise is the fall season.  All of the colors are so beautiful. 


Q: What are some of your favorite hobbies outside of volleyball?

A: Some of my favorite hobbies outside of volleyball would have to be exploring Boise itself and seeing all the beautiful hiking spots and cool locations to eat. 


Q: Which teammate would win at “America’s Next Top Model”?

A: Coach Garus!


Q: What song gets you pumped up before a match?

A: Lose yourself by Eminem


Q: What is your motto?

A: Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.

Q: Who is your hero in life?

A: My hero’s in life would have to be my loving grandparents. 


Q: If I could spend one day in history it would be with, why that person?

A: If I could spend one day in history with someone it would be Michael Jordan.  It would be cool to pick his brain about how he became the absolute best at what he does. 


Q: Who has been the most influential figure in your life so far?

A: The most influential figures in my life have been my parents.  They have taught me to never give up and they have loved and supported me through whatever I have chosen to do. 


Q: Looking to the future, what do you want to do in your life beyond college?

A: In the future I would like to go on to finding a good job, eventually earn my MBA, and on the side coach a girls volleyball team. 


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