Heinemann's Track and Field Bio
2012: Placed eighth overall at the Oshkosh Open (10/19) while competing unattached, finishing in a time of 23:18.93 (6K)
Ran both cross country and track ... for cross country, three-time qualifier for the state championship ... as a senior, placed third at 2011 Wisconsin State Championship ... was sectional champion ... named to all-state first-team cross country and first-team academic all-state ... four-time cross country first-team all-conference ... holds the four-kilometer school record with time of 14:09 ... three-time Most Valuable Runner award winner ... two-time cross country captain ... four-time varsity letter winner ... for track, three-time 1600 meters conference champion ... member of four-time conference champion team ... two-time 1600 meter sectional champion ... two-time qualifier for the state championships in the 1600 meters ... as a senior, placed fourth at the state championship in the 1600 meters and second in the 3200 meters ... was named to first-team all-state track ... as a junior, placed 11th at the state championship in the 4x400 relay ... holds school records for the 1600 meters with a time of 4:59, 3200 meters with a time of 10:46 and 4x800 relay with a time of 9:31 ... two-time recipient of Track Workhorse Award ... named track MVP ... four-time varsity letter winner ... graduated Magna Cum Laude ... superior honor roll student ... member of the National Honor Society
Parents are Jack and Lorrie Heinemann ... has three siblings, sister Katie (21), sister Maggie (16) and sister Ali (14) ... intends to major in engineering
"I chose Wisconsin because it is a great school, has good academics and a strong engineering program. Also, the campus is mixed in with the city and the sports teams are successful."