The George Washington University: Women's Water Polo

Amy Heinemann
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Amy Heinemann

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
N. Miami Beach, FL

High School:
Krop

Height:
5-6

Position:
Goalkeeper

Birthdate:
10/04/1984



At GW: Ranks first at GW in career goals-against average (6.29) and save percentage (.510) ... Is second on the Colonials' all-time saves list with 382 ... Owns the second- and third-highest single-season saves totals with 203 stops in 2004 and 179 in 2003 ... Set the school single-season record for goals-against average in 2004 (6.11) ... Also owns the second-and third-highest single-season save percentage marks (.540 in 2004; .480 in 2003) ... Named to the Southern Division All-Conference First Team in 2004 after finishing with 203 saves, a 6.11 goals-against average and 31 steals ... Also played two quarters in the field and scored a goal ... Notched 179 saves and posted a 6.46 goals-against average and .480 save percentage in 2003 ... Selected to the 2003 American Water Polo Coaches Association All-Academic Team and the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) All-Academic Team ... Member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Prior to GW: Helped guide Krop to a second-place finish in the district and qualify for the Florida state championship ... Two-time all-county honorable mention selection ... Earned second-team all-county honors as a senior ... Voted Team MVP after her sophomore season ... Two-time winner of Krop's Best Defense Award and won the squad's Lightning Award in her senior year ... Also competed as a member of the volleyball, soccer, and swim teams.

Personal: Amy Rebekah Heinemann ... Born October 4, 1984 in Winston-Salem, NC ... Daughter of Jack and Amanda Heinemann ... Majoring in environmental science with minors in biology and fine art.

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