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NAME: Hallie Heidemann
SCHOOL: McAuley High School
SPORT(S): Basketball-Golf
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Winning nationals in 5th grade; scholarship to Ashland U.
BIRTHDATE: 8/13/2000
HEIGHT: 5'7"
RESIDENCE: Green Township
PARENTS: Jay & Kerrie
FUTURE GOAL: Win national championship at Ashland

McAuley senior Hallie Heidemann is a two-sport all-star in basketball and golf and was named 2017 Cincinnati's Female Athlete of the Year by's Greater Cincinnati Sports Awards.

In basketball, Hallie is the reigning GGCL Player of the Year and has been named 1st team all-league three straight years. A four-year varsity player, she is the league's top scorer, averaging about 17 points a game. She has rung-up numerous double-digit scoring games this season, including games vs. Mt. Notre Dame (30 points), Mercy (24), Ursuline (24), Lakota East (22) and Beavercreek (22). She helped the Mohawks to a 9-1 record in regular season play and a GGCL co-championship.

Her junior year in basketball, Hallie averaged 11.3 ppg.-5.9 rpg. She helped lead the Mohawks to an undefeated regular season (10-0) to win the GGCL and district titles on the way to an over all 23-3 record.

In golf, Hallie holds numerous school records. Her senior year, she averaged a league-leading 37.50 for nine holes and was named GGCL Golfer of the Year and 1st team all-city (Enquirer). She also was 1st team all-GGCL and 1st team all-SWO District for the third straight year. She was the first golfer in school history to qualify for the state tournament.

Very active in community service, Hallie is a great honors student with a 4.0 GPA. She will play basketball collegiately at Ashland University.

Her favorite athlete and most-like-to-meet is Steph Curry, favorite entertainer is Kevin Hart, favorite book is Chop Wood, Carry Water and favorite movie is Remember the Titans.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Hallie is a dedicated, hard-working leader that always puts others before herself. She is the drive that keeps the team getting better every day."
— Dan Wallace, Basketball Coach

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