Sarah Koehler is the first member of the Shawnee State Hall of Fame to play exclusively on the women's soccer team. Her four-year career spanned from 2004-2007. In her four seasons at Shawnee State, Koehler rewrote the women's soccer record books and led her team to the program's first winning records during her final two seasons. In those final two seasons, Shawnee State won 17 games. In the first four years of the women's soccer program before Koehler arrived, the Bears won just 20 games total. She graduated as the program's all-time leader in career goals (56), points (132), game-winning goals (13) and hat tricks (8). She also ranks third in program history in assists (20). Koehler also holds the single-season record for goals (22), assists (11) and points (55). One of her most memorable years came during the 2006 season when she led the NAIA in goals and was a second-team NAIA All-Region selection. She was also NAIA Player of the Week for September 6, 2006. Starting all 71 games that she played in her four years, Koehler was a four-time All-AMC selection while also being named a two-time Academic All-Ohio performer. She is the only player in Shawnee State history to score 10 or more goals in each season. She was inducted in 2013.
Class of 2103 (L-R): Dan Grummitt, Becky Holden-Elkins, Sarah Koehler, Adam Davenport