|Previous College:||Univ. of Memphis|
Spring 2011 (Junior):Summer completed her spring season with a compiled record of 7-17 in singles at the No. 4, 5, and 6 positions. In doubles Summer concluded with a record of 8-18 at the No. 2 and 3 position with partners Shabby Eslami and Olga Gumenyuk. Irvin's notable wins for the spring season include her victory against Cal State Fullerton's Nichols, in which Summer dominated the court and completed the match with a shut out, 6-0, 6-0; and her win against Weber State's Karlsen 6-1, 6-2.
Fall 2010 (Junior): In the fall, Summer compiled a season record of 5-7 in singles and in doubles 4-3 with partners Nikki Maciel, Kateryna Nezhura, and Susan Te. Some of Summer's fall accomplishments include three consecutive victories against Portland State products Stocking (6-2, 6-0), Vadali (6-2, 6-2), and Todd (6-1, 6-2). This winning streak of Irvin's took place at the Fresno State Bulldog Classic in the month of November.
Spring 2010 (Sophomore): Sarah completed her first spring season with the Tigers, compiling a singles record of 4-10. After joining Pacific in the spring season, Sarah's ability to cover the court became evident in several matches. On February 13th Sarah defeated Idaho's Daniela Cohen 6-3, 6-2, and on February 14th Irvin easily gained another victory against Eastern Washington's Judy Liening with a score of 6-1, 6-1. She came away with a victory over UC Santa Barbara's Tova Hausman 6-1, 6-0 on April fourth. She completed her doubles season with a record of 8-14. At the beginning of the spring season, Sarah was paired with Christina Goehl and the pair had a record of 2-3 which was split between number two and number three doubles. Sarah finished the year with Julia Hansen, in which compiling a record of 6-11 at number two doubles.
Fall 2009 (Sophomore): Irvin joined the Tigers in the spring 2010 season after transferring from the University of Memphis.
High School: Sarah graduated in 2007 from Kelvin Grove State College in Brisbane, Australia. Pivotal in the team's win at regionals, Irvin was named Senior Female Tennis Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007. She was also a member of the Queensland State High School team.
Personal: Sarah Irvin is the daughter of James and Stephanie Irvin. She was born in Sydney, Australia, and has two sisters, Carly and Ashley, the latter of whom competes in tennis at Louisville and was a Junior College All-American and Player of the Year in 2008. Irvin is a communications major and plans to work in media after graduation. Her hobbies include dancing, listening to music, surfing and traveling the world.