Sarah Wright
Sarah Wright
Height: 5-3
Year: So.
Hometown: Christchurch, New Zealand
High School: St. Andrew's College
Major: Biological Engineering

2013-14: One of the top shooters on the team as a sophomore … second team All-MAC in smallbore … led the team with her 563.2 average in that discipline … reached 570 or better twice … second on the team in air rifle average with a 567.4 … scored a 570 or better in air rifle six times … both of those marks bettered her first season at MIT … broke her personal best in smallbore the first time out with a 566 against Rose Hulman (10/18) … upped that mark to a 575 at the University of the Sciences (10/26) … set a new personal high in air rifle with 572s on both days of the Beanpot (1/25-26) … outstanding meet at VMI (2/8), setting new highs with a 577 in smallbore and 574 in air rifle … reached 570 or better in air rifle in the last three matches of the season … won the individual smallbore title at the MAC Championships (3/2) with a 563 … fifth in air rifle with a 570.

2012-13: Emerged as one of the top freshman shooters in the Mid-Atlantic Rifle Conference … named to the MAC All-Rookie team … second on the team with her average of 550.4 in smallbore … third in air rifle with an average score of 557.8 … started her career off with a 555 in smallbore and a 547 in air rifle against John Jay (10/13) … upped those marks to 561 and 555 vs. the University of the Sciences (11/3) … reached 560 in air rifle against SUNY Maritime (11/10) … increased her season best in air rifle to 563 at the Beanpot (1/25/26) … posted her season-highs in both disciplines in the final outing of the season at the MAC Championships … finished 10th there in smallbore with a 560 and 4th in air rifle with a 570.

Off The Range at MIT: Majoring in biological engineering … UROP in Summons Lab.

High School: A 2012 graduate of St. Andrew’s College … runner-up sportswoman of the year (2011) … New Zealand U21 and Women's rifle record holder … ranked 2nd overall in Christchurch (1st in U21 and Women's divisions) … school team … Christchurch U21 team … New Zealand U21 team (2010) … New Zealand Women's team (2010) … also played field hockey … School Prefect … Academic Captain … Student Head of Shooting … Valedictorian … in the top-10 high school students in New Zealand in 2011 … Top Scholar for biology in New Zealand scholarship exams … medal for highest mark in New Zealand ICAS Science Competition.