Corlew, originally from Montville, Ohio, attended Lake Erie College
She graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education in the fall of 1993. While at Lake Erie, she participated in volleyball and softball for four years and played two years of basketball for the Lady Storm.
McKeon Corlew was named "Lake Erie College Female Athlete of the Year" in 1992, earning her the Jane White Lincoln Award. To add to her accomplishments, she was also chosen to receive the Coaches Award in volleyball during both the 1990 and 1991 seasons. She was named a National Small College Athletic Association (NSCAA) All-American for her achievements on the volleyball court in 1991. She was also and NAIA Honorable Mention All-District volleyball player in 1989 and 1991.
was an important part of the Lake Erie College softball team that
won the NSCAA National Softball championships in 1991 becoming an
NSCAA All-American. As a member of the basketball team during the
'88-89 season, she led the team in steals, averaging 1.6 per
She continued to use her athletic talent after graduation, coaching volleyball and softball at her alma mater, Ledgemont High School. She became Mrs. Jay Corlew in 1994, and the couple has three children.
The Athletic Hall of Fame Committee recognized all these accomplishments by Anne McKeon Corlew with induction into the Lake Erie College Athletic Hall of Fame on May 19, 2001.