Sarah Ikioka
Sarah Ikioka
Height: 5-3
Year: SO
Hometown: Wailuku, HI
High School: Kamehameha Schools
Major: Business Accounting

2017-18: Instrumental part of the women’s team that earned a final national ranking among the top 30 for the 23rd time in 24 years… Led the Bulldogs to the first-ever SCIAC Postseason Tournament as the No. 3 seed… Landed on the All-SCIAC First Team for the second year in a row… Named the ITA’s West Region Player to Watch… Impressed throughout the dual-match portion of the season by shoring up the No. 1 slot in both lineups… Earned a singles record of 14-5 while finishing the season with six wins in the final seven matches… Knocked off counterparts from No. 15 University of Mary Washington (VA) and No. 19 Brandeis University (MA)… Teamed up with Elizabeth Johnson as a dynamic doubles duo at the top slot… Tallied a record of 15-6 that included a five-match winning streak… Defeated the No. 1 tandem from seventh-ranked Bowdoin College (ME) on March 20… Qualified for the NCAA Individual Championships in Singles and Doubles with Elizabeth Johnson… Member of the squad that became an ITA All-Academic Team… Also an ITA Scholar-Athlete…Represented Redlands among the SCIAC All-Academic Team… Redlands Scholar-Athlete…

2016-17:  Outstanding addition to the Redlands women’s tennis team… Made an immediate impact on both line-ups with solid results… Key component to the Bulldogs’ third-place finish among the high-caliber SCIAC… Also helped the Maroon and Gray to earn a year-end national ranking of No. 35… Named to the All-SCIAC First Team as a rookie… Collected her inaugural ITA All-America award in doubles as well… Competed primarily at the No. 1 slot in singles, earning a 10-8 dual-match record during the spring season… Registered her first collegiate win with a three-setter against the top player from No. 21 Brandies University (MA) on February 25… Also defeated counterparts from 15th-ranked University of Mary Washington (VA) and No. 34 Christopher Newport University (VA)… Shored up the No. 1 spot in doubles with teammate Elizabeth Johnson… The duo fired off an impressive 16-4 dual-match record that included seven-straight wins to conclude the regular season… Eleven of their wins came against tandems from nationally-ranked teams… Ikioka and Johnson qualified for the NCAA Individual Doubles Championships and made the most of their opportunity with a run to the semifinals for ITA All-America honors… Contributed to the squad’s fifth-consecutive ITA All-Academic Team selection… Also excelled in the classroom as an ITA Scholar-Athlete and member of the SCIAC All-Academic Team… Redlands Scholar-Athlete...