2004: Team co-captain...notched eight balance beam titles...a consistent competitor on the beam, achieving a no-fall season...twice scored a 9.925, at North Carolina on Jan. 24 and vs. then-No. 5 Stanford on March 6, placing first both times...scored a career-high 9.95 in her final home meet as a Terp, winning the event and tying the school record...named EAGL Specialist of the Week for the week of Jan. 2 after placing first on beam and second on vault and floor...set career-high vault mark of 9.875 vs. Iowa on Feb. 14, earned personal-best 9.90 floor score against Stanford...selected to EAGL All-Academic team...named first team All-EAGL beam for the third year...honored second team all-conference on floor and vault...placed eighth on beam at NCAA Regionals.
2003: Finished tied for first place on the beam with a career-high 9.925 at the EAGL Championships ... first team All-EAGL on beam ... came in first on the beam in seven regular-season meets ... Notched a career-high and school record-tying 9.925 three times this season ... named EAGL Specialist of the week ending Mar. 16 ... competed on the vault and floor as well ... recorded a career-high 9.850 on the floor at the Feb. 14 WVU meet ... earned a career-high 9.825 on the vault at the Mar 8 tri-meet ... named to the All-EAGL Academic Team.
2002: One of Terps' strongest balance beam and floor exercise competitors ... placed eighth on the balance beam at the NCAA Southeast Regional meet with a 9.875 ... earned All-EAGL first team honors for the balance beam ... earned a 9.800 or higher on the balance beam in eight of the Terps' 11 regular season meets ... claimed three consecutive balance beam titles on Feb. 13 at George Washington, Feb. 16 against Rhode Island, and Feb. 23 at Rutgers.
2001: Competed in all 11 regular season meets and both post-season meets on beam during her rookie season ... competed on the floor exercise in six regular season meets and both post-season meets ... earned a career-high 9.775 on floor twice, first on March 9 against James Madison and then on March 24 at the EAGL Championships ... earned a career-high 9.9 on beam on March 16 against Towson ... placed first on beam three times, including the second meet of her college career on Jan. 20 at Rhode Island.
Prior to Maryland: Placed in Level 9 in 1996 ... earned second place in the regional all-around competition in 1996 ... 1999 Capital Cup beam champion ... placed second on uneven bars in the finals of the Empire State Games in 1999 ... 1999 state floor exercise champion.
Personal: Sarah Elizabeth Hoenig ... born October 27, 1982 ... daughter of Ronald and Elizabeth Hoenig ... made Honor Roll all four years in high school ... has one older brother (Paul) and one older sister (Amanda) ... majoring in education.
2004 Season Highs:
Balance Beam- 9.950 Ties school record
Floor Exercise- 9.90
2003 Season Highs:
Vault - 9.825
Balance Beam - 9.925
Floor Exercise - 9.85
2002 Season Highs:
Balance Beam - 9.90
Floor Exercise - 9.750
Balance Beam - 9.90
Floor Exercise - 9.775
Vault - 9.875
Balance Beam - 9.950
Floor Exercise - 9.90