2009-10: Had an impressive conclusion to her Northwestern career, finishing 30-4 in five tournaments ... Notched her 100th career victory at the Midwest Conference Championships, where she earned second team All-Midwest Conference honors after finishing sixth with a 9-1 record ... Season was highlighted by an 11-0 performance at the NU Duals ... Went a combined 17-3 at both installments of the NU Duals ... Finishes her career 18th in victories in program history among the epée with 108 and is sixth all-time in Northwestern history in winning percentage (.794) ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Named a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar for the 2009-10 academic year.
2008-09: Posted a 26-12 record on the year ... Went a combined 13-4 at the NU Duals, including an 8-1 finish in the fall ... Finished 6-3 at the Notre Dame Duals ... Finished 22nd at the Midwest Conference Championships after a 5-3 finish ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2007-08: Put together an impressive season for the Wildcats, compiling a 34-6 record ... Went undefeated at the season-opening NU Duals (11/3), posting an 8-0 record ... Played a key role for Northwestern in the final two dual meets of the season, going 6-1 at the NU Duals (2/3) and topping that with a 9-1 performance at the Notre Dame Duals (2/10) ... Went 7-2 at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championship (2/24), as she was one of four Wildcats to wind up among the top-10 with her seventh-place finish.
2006-07: Saw limited action ... Started year on 9-1 run ... Went 3-5 at the Midwest Conference Championships (3/3).
High School: Earned four varsity fencing letters ... Finished first at 2006 Wisconsin Junior Olympic Qualifier ... Second at Great Lakes Conference Championship (2006) ... Third at Maine West Invitational and 10th at Midwest Championships ... Placed second at Stevenson Invitational (2005) ... Third at Catholic Memorial Midwest invitational (2005) ... Eighth at Midwest Championships (2005) ... Attended 2005-06 Junior Olympics ... Earned class D05 rating ... Earned Catholic Memorial High School Coaches' Award in 2006 ... Women's epée team finished third at 2005 & 2006 Midwest Championships ... Epée team also finished first at 2006 Great Lakes Conference Championship ... National Honor Society member ... Four-year honor roll student ... Service Club secretary.
Personal: Born Sarah Elizabeth Henning ... Daughter of Richard and Sandra Jo Henning ... Chose Northwestern over Wisconsin and Loyola ... Majoring in both history and international studies.
Henning's Career Record
2009-10 30-4 (.882)
2008-09 26-12 (.684)
2007-08 34-6 (.850)
2006-07 18-6 (.750)
Total 108-28 (.794)