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77 Lauren Heintzelman
Lauren  Heintzelman

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Southlake, Texas

High School:
Southlake Carroll

Height:
5-5

Position:
1B/3B

04/03/2015

Virginia Splits Doubleheader with Boston College

Cavaliers break team single-season home run record

03/31/2015

Virginia Sweeps Western Carolina, 2-1 and 10-1

Formby sisters each throw complete games

03/25/2015

Cavaliers Fall to George Washington, 5-2

Three Virginia players with two hits each

03/20/2015

Virginia Falls to Delaware State, 15-3

Heintzelman hits first career home run

03/11/2015

Virginia Splits Doubleheader with George Mason

Cavaliers win first game, 10-9, fall in second game, 8-7

03/07/2015

Softball vs. Georgia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Softball vs. Georgia Tech (by Matt Riley)

2016 (Sophomore Season)
Played in 27 games, making 22 starts at 3B
Hit .200 with five runs scored, five RBI and a home run
Went 2-for-2 in steal attempts
Turned in a season-high three RBI at George Washington on March 9

2015 (Freshman Season)
• Played in 44 games with 34 starts
• Hit .221 with five home runs and three doubles
• Had two multi-RBI games
• Had a season-high two hits against Syracuse on April 25
• Scored a season-high two runs against Boston College on April 3

Background
• 2013 Vype Magazine Dallas-Fort Worth Top 50 Player to Watch
• 2013 all-district second team
• Two-time academic all-district selection
• 2011 VTD 16U World Series Champion
• Trained and competed with four Chinese Provincial teams in Beijing in Summer 2012
• Helped organize Southlake Carroll's first-ever Wounded Warrior Tournament in January 2013
• Member of the Nartional Honor Society
• Played travel ball with Team TFS Texas

Personal
• Daughter of Patricia and David Heintzelman
• Cousin, John Courtney, played football at Shippensburg
• Uncle, Terry Heintzelman, played football at Bloomsburg

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