Sareea Freeman is a Former Florida State 2 sport student athlete, playing both volleyball and basketball her 5th year. Freeman was a standout on the court. During her time at Florida State Freeman was an AVCA All American, AVCA All East Region 1st Team, All-ACC 1st Team and led the nation in hitting % her senior year. She finished second in the nation with a .438 hitting percentage, finishing with 268 kills and 111 blocks her senior year. Freeman guided the Seminoles to the NCAA Tournament all four years, earning at least one NCAA victory in all four seasons that included a Final Four berth in 2011, a Elite 8 appearance in 2009 and two 2 Round Appearances in 2010 & 2012. Freeman took her talents overseas, switched position and played in total of 5 years in the various countries such as Peru, Thailand, Hungary, Turkey & the Philippines. During her professional playing career Freeman medaled with every team she was apart which consisted of 4 gold medals, 2 silver and 1 bronze. She is also very active on the other side of the ball as well, Coaching both at the club and Division 1 level. She has been a part of the club Ultimate Volleyball club, Memphis Juniors Volleyball Club, Prostyle Volleyball Club and Tallahassee Juniors Volleyball Club. Collegiately, she have worked as apart of the University of Albany, University of Memphis and the Chicago State University volleyball staff. Now, she is coaching at the Butler University and Team Indiana Volleyball Club.