Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Schaub in second season as head coach at Montana State

Huron graduate Sara Schaub is in her second season as head coach at Montana State. Her team is currently 10-12 overall.

In just one season, Schaub has made improvements off the court, as the Bobcats won the athletic department’s A.L.L. award for the best overall performance in academics and service.

Previously, Schaub served one season at MSU Billings, where she guided the Yellowjackets to an 18-10 overall mark and a fifth place finish in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. MSU Billings ranked as high as ninth in the NCAA Division II Pacific Region.

Prior to Billings, she served five seasons as an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan, where she graduated from. During her tenure, she helped the Eagles to a 99-56 overall record, including a 2005 Mid-American Conference West Division title — a first in the school’s history.

Schaub was a four-year starter and two-year captain at Eastern Michigan, and was the first player in MAC history to average over 4.00 kills and 4.00 digs in a single season.
She finished her career second on EMU’s all-time kill chart (1,405) and third in digs (1,388).

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