It was most petite of student-athletes who performed the biggest feats as the 5-foot-2 Sherman did in her two All-State seasons on the PCC softball team. Sherman was a double threat as a dominating pitcher and top-flight hitter for the Lancers. As a freshman, she earned NCFA All-American honors and was the SCC Pitcher of the Year. In her PCC career, she set school records for highest batting average in a season at .470 and most strikeouts in a season with 173 Ks as a sophomore. She won 28 of her PCC teams' 50 victories in the circle. Her 303 strikeouts is an all-time school record. For two years, she led the team in batting average, on-base percentage, runs scored, triples and she stole 30 bases her first season. She went on to become a NAIA All-American at Cal Baptist University. Sarah made news when she slugged an extra-inning, walk-off home run for CBU at the 2006 National Championships. She was on a team that set a then NAIA record for most consecutive wins at 32. Sherman has the thrill of being inducted along with her then PCC head coach Iverson.
Sarah Sherman giving her induction speech at the 2018 ceremony.