Sarah Larimer

Washington, D.C.

Assignment editor in sports, focusing on baseball, hockey and soccer.

Education: University of Missouri, Bachelor of Journalism

Sarah Larimer is an assignment editor in sports for The Washington Post. Before working in the sports department, she was a general assignment reporter at The Post. She has previously worked at the Associated Press, and Grantland.
Latest from Sarah Larimer

David Ortiz is out of intensive care and remains in good condition, his wife says

The Boston Red Sox on Saturday released a statement with an update on the condition of David Ortiz, who was shot June 9.

June 22, 2019

University of Maryland mold adenovirus

The University of Maryland waited 18 days to inform students of a virus on campus. That decision left vulnerable students like Olivia Paregol in the dark.

May 16, 2019

A year ago, Howard students were protesting. Now, they and school leaders are talking.

A fractured relationship between administrators and students has begun to heal.

April 6, 2019

George Mason gets $1.1 million Koch gift for research on immigration, labor

“It’s a great statement of faith and support for the research that we have been doing for some years," said Jack Goldstone, a George Mason professor.

March 21, 2019

    George Mason law school lands $50 million gift, the largest in university history

    The gift comes from the estate of the late Judge Allison Rouse and Dorothy Rouse, and will be used to create 13 new faculty chairs.

    March 7, 2019

    Roy Williams suffers vertigo attack during North Carolina’s win over Clemson

    “I just wanted to let y’all know I’m alive,” Williams said after the game. “I’m not going to croak on anybody. It’s vertigo.”

    March 3, 2019

    Kendall Coyne Schofield becomes first woman to compete in NHL all-star skills event

    The 2018 Olympic gold medalist filled in for Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon in the fastest skater event.

    January 26, 2019

    Up close and orange: A Q&A with Gritty

    Other people have, like, serious jobs at The Washington Post.

    January 24, 2019

    ‘When everything is bad in the world, Gritty is good’: A Philadelphia love story

    The Flyers rolled out a deranged orange mascot — and captivated a city.

    January 24, 2019

    One month after student death, Maryland is still working to combat adenovirus on its campus

    “We’ve looked at where the students who are sick live, what organizations they’re in. Whether their roommates are sick. There really is not a consistent pattern coming through.”

    December 21, 2018