Heather Forsyth
Heather Forsyth

RS Senior

Burlington, Ontario

High School:
M.M. Robinson




2004: Recorded three goals and six points for the Redbirds ... had to sit out for the remainder of the season after the Creighton game (10/17) due to a broken leg ... was selected to the CoSIDA Academic All District V Team, All-Valley Second Team, Valley-Scholar-Athlete Team and the NSCAA/adidas Great Lakes All Region Third Team ... member of the AFNI honor roll.

2003: All-Valley First Team pick on her way to achieving Valley Player of the Year accolades ... defensive anchor for the Redbirds, helping ISU to national rankings in shutout percentage and goals against average ... scored three goals (all of which were game-winning), only one other player had more goals than she did ... played in and started 18 games ... earned Valley Defensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 9 ... garnered Vidette/Alamo II Athlete of the Week accolades on Oct. 13 ... achieved Great Lakes Region Second Team laurels ... earned conference all-tournament team honors for the second year in a row ... her first goal of the season was the game-winner against Northern Illinois (9/30) ... helped hold conference foes to just 17 shots on goal.

2002: Valley All-Tournament Team selection ... All-Valley Honorable Mention ... earned Valley Scholar-Athlete Honorable Mention accolades ... named Co-Defensive Redbird of the Year ... played in 14 games and started 12.

2001: Redshirted ... AFNI Honor Roll member.

At M.M. Robinson: Four-year starter in soccer, hockey and basketball ... soccer team won regionals her senior season and qualified the previous three years ... played club soccer with the Burlington Sting, the national champions her junior and senior years ... won her high school business award ... member of the honor roll for three years.

Personal: Born November 4, 1982 ... majoring in special education ... if she could go anywhere in the world she would choose Scotland ... her favorite TV show is "Will & Grace" ... if she couldn't play soccer she would play hockey ... her favorite athlete is NHL star Tie Domi.