Mary Sarah Represents Women in Country at the College World Series


Mary Sarah has been a regular when it comes to performing the National Anthem at college baseball games; especially becoming a well-known name at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University. However, Mary Sarah’s baseball notoriety doesn’t end in Music City.

For the past few years, Mary Sarah has been performing “The Star-Spangled Banner” in Omaha, Nebraska, representing the women of country music at one of the most anticipated annual events in college sports. This year was no exception, as the young artist with the old soul hopped aboard a plane immediately following CMA Fest 2015 and headed to the NCAA Baseball World Series to honor our country.


Prior to hitting the field, clad in American Flag Boot Barn boots and a patriotic bow tie pin, Mary Sarah visited with KMTV Action 3 News’ The Morning Blend to perform her song “There Goes That Memory” and speak to the local news anchors about her music and the shooting of new series Anthems Across America. You can watch her entire interview and performance below.

Way to represent the women in country, Mary Sarah! We are proud to call you one of our own!

Photo credit: The Tennessean

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