2015 (Redshirt Sophomore)
- Made two appearances, one as a starter.
- Started and played full 90 minutes versus Cal, earning her first shutout as Husky.
- Made her Husky debut in relief for goalkeeper Megan Kufeld, playing 14 minutes versus Seattle
- Three-time First Team South Puget Sound League selection for Federal Way
- Three-time defensive MVP for the Eagles and named team MVP as a senior
- Named to the all-state team as a senior. Played her club soccer for the Washington Premier FC out of Puyallup, Wash., and helped the team make the ECNL Nationals in Chicago in 2012
- The team made the semifinals in part because of Shimer saving a penalty kick in the quarters
- Made ECNL all-event team in San Diego in 2012
- Invited to the ECNL Player Development Program (PDP) in 2012
- Won a state cup with the Federal Way Reign in 2010 where she saved two PK's in the final. And saved two PK’s in a quarterfinal win at regionals that same year
- Sarah Shimer was born on December 11, 1994 in Seattle, Wash.
- Her three siblings are all Huskies: Kathryn, Andrew, and twin brother Chris
- Her parents are Pete and Laurel Shimer, both UW athletic dept. alums
- Dad played basketball and was the 101 Club Scholar athlete his senior year
- Mom was on the Husky cheer squad
- Shimer’s intended profession is physical therapy
- Hobbies include hanging out with friends and family, going to church, and making crafts