Sarah Lowe, a magna cum laude double major, became the most decorated off-the-court player in UF women's basketball program history. Among some of the recognitions she received were as a 2006 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient, the SEC's H. Boyd McWhorter Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award, the SEC's co-nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year, a Fulbright Grant recipient and a Rhodes Scholarship finalist. She was certainly no slouch on the court as she ranks top 10 in program history in assists, steals, minutes played and free throws made. Lowe, played pivotal roles on two NCAA Tournament teams, and as a senior spearheaded major upsets against No. 2 LSU and No. 5 Tennessee. Sarah Lowe was a three-time captain, one of just three Gators to achieve the feat, and epitomized the term "leader on and off the court". In her career following basketball, Lowe co-founded a non-profit that provides free secondary boarding schools in East Africa, led the Bay Area office for the United States Liability Insurance Group and she currently serves as the vice president of sales for Workforce Athletics, a startup focused on providing team sports for companies.