Sarah Quebe joined the Butler athletic staff for the 2013-2014
year as the Development Intern. In this position, she assists in
the day-to-day operations of the Bulldog Club as well as working in
a variety of capacities in the development office. Prior to
arriving at Butler, Quebe was an Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
Therapist at Meaningful Days Inc. for children with developmental
disabilities, a student receptionist for Hanover College’s
fitness center, and a student assistant to the Psychology
Department of Hanover College.
Quebe attended Perry Meridian High School where she graduated in 2009 and competed in Volleyball, Basketball, and Track all four years. She was named to the Perry Meridian Wall of Fame for being named a volleyball Indiana All-Star and participated in the State tournament for Track in discus.
Quebe then attended Hanover College where she was a four-year
letter winner in women’s volleyball and helped the Panther
volleyball team reach its fifth Heartland Conference title in 2012.
Quebe received Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC)
honors all four years, having been named to the HCAC all-freshman
team, the HCAC 2nd Team, and the HCAC 1st Team.
Quebe was also a Scholar Athlete for the 2012 season where she led
the team in blocks, kills, and kill percentage.
A native of Indianapolis, Ind., Quebe received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Hanover College in May of 2013.