Sarah Phillips is in her first year as a graduate assistant coach under Mike Davenport at North Georgia College and State University in 2011-12.
Sarah will assist in the everyday operations of the softball program. Her duties include working with the pitchers, field maintenance, and camp operations.
Phillips finished one of the most prolific softball careers in NCAA Division II history in 2011, capping her four-year stint at North Georgia with a Peach Belt Conference record 124 wins.
Her career 1.46 earned run average places her fourth in school history, while she holds program records for innings pitched with 946.1, strikeouts with 911, and shutouts with 45.
She is a two-time Peach Belt Conference Pitcher of the Year, and garnered All-American honors in 2009 and 2010, including being named the Ron Lenz Division II National Pitcher of the Year during her junior campaign.
Phillips put together 44 straight wins on the mound during the 2010 season, as she led the Saints to the second of three straight NCAA Division II College World Series appearances.
Most recently, She earned a spot on the Canadian National Team and played in the 2011 Scotiabank Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship and US World Cup of Softball VI.
She graduated in May of 2011 with a degree in Middle Grades Education and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree.