Sarah Oor

Contributed by Erin Oor, proud Dad,former Edmonton Outlaw

When Sarah left Edmonton in 2007, her only sport was lacrosse.  She did play some school sports (volleyball) but lacrosse was her focus.  In fact, she had signed up to go to the SFX Academy in the year we left.  When we got to Ontario, we got in touch with the Oshawa Lady Blue Knights field program and the Whitby Warrior Women’s Box programs.  Sarah was lucky enough to play on 1 box and 2 field provincial champs with those organizations.  While playing for the Edge Women’s U-19 Team, Sarah was noticed by Limestone College (a Division II program playing in the Conference Carolinas). She began her NCAA career as a starting attack in 2010.  In 2010 she also was chosen to Team Canada’s U-19 Women’s Team.  She was named a captain of the team prior to the World Championships in Hannover, Germany.  The Worlds were in the summer of 2011 and Sarah and Team Canada lost to Australia in the semi-finals.  That led to a very exciting win over England in the Bronze medal game.  It was an amazing experience for all of us!!

 At Limestone, Sarah has been lucky enough to play in two National Championship games.  In 2011, they lost to Adelphi, and in 2013 they lost an awesome game to LIU Post.  Sarah has had an amazing run so far.  In the last game of her Junior season, Sarah became the all-time leading scorer for Limestone.  She will extend that record throughout this season.  She has been a two-time NCAA All-American and has won a bunch of individual awards.  Following her 2013 season, she was named a IWLCA First Team All-American and was MVP of the Conference Carolina’s Conference Championships.  Below are some of her achievements as summarized by Limestone’s Sports Info Director:


Career Honors and Achievements
2013 IWLCA First-Team American
2013 Synapse Sports First-Team All-American
2013 IWLCA All-South Region First-Team
2013 Conference Carolinas All-Tournament
2013 Conference Carolinas Tournament Most Outstanding Player
2013 All-Conference Carolinas First-Team
2013 Conference Carolinas Academic All-Conference
2013 Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (Mar. 26)
2012 Synapse Sports Second-Team All-American
2012 IWLCA All-South Region First-Team
2012 All-Conference Carolinas First-Team
2012 Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (Mar. 20, Mar. 27)
2011 USACOLLEGELACROSSE.COM All-American Rookie Team
2011 Synapse Sports All-Rookie Squad
2011 All-Conference Carolinas Second-Team
2011 Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (Apr. 12)

2013: Had the single most dominant season in program history, breaking six major offensive program records … played in all 22 games, starting 21 for NCAA Division II National Runner-Up … named IWLCA First-Team All-American, Synapse Sports First-Team All-American, IWLCA All-South Region First-Team, Conference Carolinas All-Tournament and Most Outstanding, All-Conference Carolinas First-Team and Conference Carolinas Academic All-Conference … earned Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (3/26) … finished the year with 43 goals, 73 assists, 116 points, 36 groundballs and five caused turnovers … throughout the course of the season, shattered the career assist record (158), became the career leader in points (260), reaching the mark in the NCAA Division II National Championship Game, obliterated her own single season assist record (73) and became the first player in program history to surpass 100 points in a season, wiping out the previous record of 91 with 116 … in 40-plus years of lacrosse (men’s and women’s), she is only the second Saint to ever reach 100 points, joining men’s lacrosse’s Roger Vyse (100) who accomplished the feat in 2005 … she also holds the career record for assists per game (2.59) and the single season mark for assists per game (3.32) … currently second in career average for points (4.26) and third in single season points per game (5.27) … had a point in every single game and at least six points 10 times on the season … posted a minimum of three assists in 13 games … broke career-high for points with 11 at Lees-McRae (4/10) while picking up career-best eight groundballs and then equaled point total 10 days later in the Conference Carolinas Tournament Semifinals in a 19-5 win over Belmont Abbey (4/20) … had five goals and six assists in each contest … tied career-best with eight assists (along with a pair of goals) at Mount Olive (4/3) … was the third double-digit point game of the season … had seven assists and a goal at Catawba (2/12) and against Erskine (2/21) … finished with three goals and five assists in 21-9 victory over Queens (4/21) in Conference Carolinas Championship … scored four goals in 13-3 NCAA Quarterfinal victory over No. 8 Pfeiffer (5/11) … had a pair of goals in 11-10 double overtime win over No. 3 Rollins (5/18) in NCAA National Semifinal … delivered a goal and an assist in national championship game vs. No. 1 LIU Post (5/19).


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