|Hometown||Washington Head Coach|
|College||Women's National Team|
- 2020 Tokyo Olympics (Assistant Coach) – Silver Medal
World Championship Experience
- 2022 World Games (Head Coach) – Gold Medal Finish
- 2019 WBSC U-19 Women’s Softball World Cup (Head Coach) – Gold Medal Finish
- 2018 WBSC World Championship (Assistant Coach) – Gold Medal Finish
- 2022 WBSC Americas Qualifier (Head Coach) – Gold Medal Finish
- 2022 Japan All-Star Series (Head Coach)
- 2022 Canada Cup (Head Coach) – Championship Win
- 2019 U-19 USA Softball International Cup (Head Coach) – Bronze Medal Finish
- 2017 WBSC Americas Qualifier (Assistant Coach) – Gold Medal Finish
Collegiate coaching Highlights (2005–current)
- Tarr was named the Head Coach of the Huskies in 2005 and has gone on to become the most winningest coach of any sport in Washington history.
- In addition to leading the Huskies to a National Championship in 2009 – the program’s first – Tarr has guided 24 All-Americans, including two-time USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Danielle Lawrie.
- During her tenure, Tarr has led the Huskies to the WCWS eight times, most recently in 2023, while also making it to NCAA postseason play in every season under Tarr.
- Tarr earned Pac-12 Coach of the Year in 2010 following a single-digit loss season.
- In 2009, Tarr and her staff were named the NFCA Coaching Staff of the Year after bringing Washington to its first-ever national championship.
- As a player, Tarr was a four-year letter-winner at Washington. A part of Washington’s first team to reach the NCAA Women’s College World Series (WCWS), Tarr helped the Huskies earn a runner-up finish in 1996 and a third-place finish in 1997.
- In her four years, Tarr earned three Pac-12 All-Academic merits and was named First-Team All-Pac-12 three times.