Piper Heineck
Piper  Heineck


Scottsdale, Ariz.

High School:
Desert Mountain



Club Team:
Revolution VB Academy

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2014: Saw action in nine sets...made collegiate debut against Omaha...hit .636 on the season, tallying eight kills on 11 attempts with just one error...collected a season-high two kills against Weber State and San Jose State...added two assisted blocks and one assist.

HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Desert Mountain High School...coached by Shasta Milhollin...earned three varsity letters in volleyball...honored as the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2012...named Most Improved as a sophomore (2011)...served as varsity team captain during senior season...also received Girls Volleyball Division I AIA Coaches Poll Recognition in 2013, earning first-team honors for Section III...four-time recipient of the Scholar-Athlete award...completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma program...member of the National Honor Society...served as president of the Chemistry Club...competed at the club level for Revolution Volleyball Academy...coached by Amanda Burnbridge-Lieberman...member of the team that finished second in the Arizona Region and competed at AAU’s in Florida.

PERSONAL: Full name is Piper Claire Heineck...daughter of Rich and Cheryl Heineck...is an only child...majoring in aeronautical engineering...future plans include becoming a pilot or attending graduate school...served as a PEER...hobbies include hiking and painting...father was a member of the golf teams at the University of Southern California and University of California, Santa Barbara...also had two uncles that also competed in collegiate athletics (Kevin Piper, baseball at San Diego State University; Steve Piper, rugby at Oregon State University)...considers greatest personal moment in sports to be committing to play volleyball at Air Force...completed Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) and Soaring over the summer...also traveled

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