Angela Heintz Seton-La Salle • Senior
SPORTS: Basketball, volleyball
• Two-time Athlete of the Year finalist
• 2012 Athlete of the Year
• Four-year starter in basketball. Two-year captain
• Almanac MVP in 2012. Almanac Elite Eleven, three times.
• All-time assists leader at SLS. Dished up more than 170 assists this season.
• Averaged 9.6 points, 4 rebounds, 3.5 steals a game.
• Led Rebels to fourth straight district finals, winning two WPIAL championships. Guided team to state title in 2012.
• Four-year starter in volleyball. Two-year captain.
• All-State, second team. All-WPIAL and All-Section, first team.
• Two-year letterwinner in lacrosse.
• Maintains 4.65 GPA
• Patience T. Blayton Senior Spirit of Sports Award winner.
• Member of National Honor Society, Rebels for Life, SADD, Big Sisters, Environmental Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Campus Ministries, and Spanish Club.
• Played AAU basketball for the western Pennsylvania Bruins and powder puff football at SLS.
• Student Athlete Leadership Academy representative.
• Volunteers as a student helper for Pioneer School Special Olympics.
• Organized a Halloween party for children of low-income families in Carnegie. Student instructor for multiple youth sports camps at SLS.
• Will play basketball at Duquesne University and major in business.
COACHES COMMENTS: According to her basketball coach John Ashaolu, Angela distinguished himself as a role model. She gives 110 percent at all times. She leads by example. She is always the one to encourage her teammates. Angela is a true example of sportsmanship on and off the court.
After one season, Kevin Hummert, who has coached girls’ volleyball for 15 years, was sold on Angela. He found her to be the best student/athlete/role model/leader that he has ever coached. “Not only does she excel at a high level in everything she does related to athletics and academics, she cares about everyone around her enough to motivate them to work and achieve more. This self-less characteristic is something that is rare in this day and age. It is what separates her from other successful high school athletes. Anglea’s success is only the beginning of what will be a life that will make Seton-La Salle and anyone associated with her very proud to have known her.”