Sarah Koenig enters her fourth year as the Acrobatics & Tumbling head coach during the 2020 season. Koenig comes to the Falcons after a successful career as a member of the Oregon Ducks Acrobatics & Tumbling program.
The 2019 Falcons, continued to push the program forward, sending all three pyramid heats to the NCATA Championships. The Blue and White finished the season at 4-4. At Adrian, the Pyramid Heat 3 (Open) posted a perfect 10.0 score.
In her second season at the helm, the Falcons made program history by qualifying for the Pyramid Heat 3 (Open). CUW averaged a 9.375 in the heat throughout the season, which included a 9.90 against Adrian in a Falcons win. The Falcons posted a 3-5 dual meet record and faced many of the top teams in the country, including a home match against eventual national champion Baylor on February 10.
Her first season as the Falcon mentor saw the program win a program-record five meets, including three at home.
Koenig was a member of the 2013-14 NCATA National Championship, along with Falcons head coach McKenzie Wilcox. She helped the Ducks post a 12-1 overall record in 2013-14, all while winning the programs fourth straight national championship. In 2014-15 Koenig helped the Ducks capture a national runner-up finish.
Koenig also brings an extensive background of gymnastics to the Falcons program. While at Steller Secondary School in Anchorage, Alaska, she was a four-year letterwinner, competing in all events. During her senior season, she captured an all-around championship, while also serving as team captain. Koenig was also a member of performance gymnastics at Aurora Kids for eight years.
Koenig graduated from Oregon during the 2015 season with a Bachelor's degree in General Science. She is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education at CUW.