Aggie junior comes out of the gate strong during first weekend of the regular season
Junior forward averaged 22.0 ppg and shot 63 percent from both the field and three-point range on the week
UC Davis travels to tournament champ CSUN before hosting regular season champ Hawai'i to tip-off league schedule
Senior center helps Aggies to three wins last week
UC Davis looks to rebounds against local rival after battling nationally ranked Stanford in opener
2010-11: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... BIG WEST ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM... BIG WEST ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM... Started all 33 games for the Aggies as a senior, averaging just under 27 minutes per contest (tops on the team)... Averaged 9.5 points and 4.8 rebounds per game while shooting 49 percent from the field and 79 percent from the line... Ranked third on the team in scoring and second in rebounding, while leading all regulars in field goal percentage... Finished with a season-high 19 points on the road at San Jose State (Dec. 21)... Added a season-high nine rebounds in the Big West Tournament championship game against Cal Poly to narrowly miss out on a double-double (11 points)... Had a pair of three-game double-digit scoring streaks from Dec. 14-21 (15.3 ppg) and Dec. 31-Jan. 6 (12.3 ppg)... Finished with a season-best five assists in six different games... Eclipsed 1,000 career points (split between UC Davis and San Francisco) with 10 points against UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 6)... Scored 11 points in the Aggies' first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance at No. 2 Stanford (March 19).
2009-10: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Led Aggies in rebounding (145, 4.5 rpg), field-goal percentage (118-for-243, .486) and free-throw percentage (95-for-111, .856)... Ranked 2nd in conference in FT percentage, just behind Fullerton's Lyndsey Grove at .864... Among team leaders in minutes (870) and assists (59)... Shot .505 (55-for-109) in Big West games... Hit 12 of 14 from the line toward season-best 22 points in conference title game vs. UC Riverside (3/13)... Earned Big West Conference Player of the Week for three-win performance against West Coast Conference teams... Scored 40 points and shot 15 of 16 from charity stripe in those games... Posted two double-doubles, taking place in back-to-back games... Had 12 points with 10 rebounds vs. UC Santa Barbara (2/6) followed by 11 points and 11 rebounds at Pacific (2/11)... Nabbed 5 steals at Yale (12/19), part of 35 on the year... Shot 7-9 FGs (including game-winner at 0:16) plus 7-7 from line in 21-point performance vs. UC Irvine (2/13)... Earned Big West Academic All-Conference honors.
2008-09: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules.
UNIV. OF SAN FRANCISCO (2007-08): Started 29 of 30 games, averaging 10.2 ppg and 4.6 rpg... Was 3rd on th team in scoring and T-2nd in steals with 23... Shot .474 from the floor and hefty .756 from the line... Her 77 assists were 3rd on the team... Posted 13 pts, 6 rebs and 6 asts in Dons' 81-72 win over UC Davis (12/20)... Led team with 17 pts vs. Saint Mary's... Earned team's Best Defensive Player of the Year Award.
UNIV. OF SAN FRANCISCO (2006-07): WEST COAST CONFERENCE ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM... Also received Coach's Award Averaged 6.4 ppg, 4.0 rpg and 1.4 apg... Delivered 17 pts, 6 rebs agains Pepperdine... Had double-double with 10 pts, 10 rebs at Fresno State... Had other double-digit scoring games against San Diego (11 pts), Boise State (11 pts) and Saint Mary's (10 pts)... Twice had 8 rebounds, collecting them against San Diego and Columbia.
CENTRAL VALLEY HS '06: Four-year varsity letterwinner, earning All-Greater Spokane League honors during junior and senior seasons... Averaged 19.1 ppg her final year, 16.5 ppg as a junior and 8.1 rebounds both seasons... Helped lead team to a pair of district championships and two league titles... Central Valley was 27-2 her freshman year and 25-4 the next.
PERSONAL: Born in Spokane, Wash... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Emmett and Cindy Heintz... Her sister Hillary attends Eastern Washington... Third-oldest of five children... Career highlight was getting a triple-double in high school...