- Number: 11
- Position: F
- Height: 5-6
- Birthday: 07/20/1989
- Hometown: Hudsonville, MI
- Previous Team: Seattle Reign FC
- Player Acquired: Signed as a free agent
2013: Selected by the Seattle Reign FC in the third round of the NWSL Supplemental Draft … 2012: Selected by Sky Blue FC in the fourth round of the 2012 WPS Draft … After playing exhibition games in Japan with Sky Blue FC and Western New York Flash members, joined the Flash for the 2012 WPSL Elite season … In the WPSL-E semifinal game, scored the game-winning goal and sent the Flash to the championship game where the team eventually clinched their third-consecutive title.
U.S. Women’s National Team
Is currently a member of the U-23 player pool ..Played for both the U-17 and U-15 squads.
Heyboer attended Michigan State College … 2011: Started in all 21 games … Led the Spartans with 45 points on 18 goals and nine assists … Was second on the team with 64 shots while leading the team with six game-winning goals … Just one of four players to be named to the All-Big 10 for all four years, led all Division I schools with 18 goals during her senior campaign … Left Michigan State as the College’s all-time leader in goals (57) and points (139) … 2010: As a junior, started all 19 games of the season … Became the only active Division I player to be honored as a three-time All American … Was also named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region First Team, the CoSIDA All-District First Team, the All-Big Ten First Team and the All-District First Team for College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America … During time at Michigan State, tied for first in the school’s record books for all-time scoring with 39 goals … Ranked third for most game-winning goals in a season with five and fifth for career game-winners with 13 … The forward is second in career points with 95 … 2009: In her sophomore season, was named to the Third Team All-American and to the First Team All-Great Lakes Region … Was sixth in the Big Ten in goals with eight and tenth in assists with five … Ranked second in game winning goals in the Big Ten with four … After starting the first 15 games, missed the remainder of the season due to a knee injury … 2008: Became the first Michigan State Spartan to win Big Ten Freshman of the Year and was also the first since 1994 to earn Offensive Player of the Year … Was the first freshman in league history to be named Offensive Player of the Year and was the only unanimous All-Big Ten First-Team selection … The forward led the Big Ten in scoring her freshman year and finished fifth in the nation with a total of 51 points … Tied for third in the nation and was first in the Big Ten for goals with 21 … In her first collegiate game, scored three goals and recorded one assist, earning her Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors.
Graduated from Unity Christian High School Cum Laude … Majored in Kinesiology at Michigan State University … In August 2012, was named volunteer coach of the women’s soccer team at the University of Miami.