"One of the most prolific scorers and rebounders in Valparaiso University history, Sarrah Stricklett helped develop women's basketball into a championship caliber program.
A member of Valpo's first Mid-Continent Conference regular season championship team in 1998-1999, Stricklett ranks second all-time in school history with 1,498 career points while also being among the top-ten in conference history in scoring. The Crusaders' all-time leading rebounder with 772 boards, she ranks sixth in Mid-Con history cleaning up the glass as well.
A four-time All Mid-Continent Conference Team selection, she was named the league's Tournament Most Valuable Player as a sophomore. Among the top-ten all-time at Valpo in games played (114), Stricklett is also Valpo's career field goal percentage leader, shooting 56.8% from the floor over her four years. She also ranks among the top-five in school history in field goals made (502), free throws made (494), and free throw percentage (71.9%).