|2016-17||NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete|
|2016-17||The American All-Academic Team|
|2017||NFCA First-Team All-Region (UTL/P)|
|2017||The American All-Tournament Team|
|2017||The American First Team (DP/UTL/P)|
|2017||The American Pitcher of the Week (March 6)|
The American Weekly Honor Roll (April 10, April 24)
|2015-16||The American All-Academic Team|
|2016||The American All-Tournament Team|
|2016||The American First Team (P)|
|2016||The American All-Rookie Team|
|2016||The American Weekly Honor Roll (Apr. 18)|
NFCA First-Team All-Region (UTL/P)... American Athletic Conference First Team (DP/UTL/P)... The American All-Tournament Team... NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete... The American All-Academic Team... The American Pitcher of the Week (March 6)... The American Weekly Honor Roll (April 10, April 24)... Appeared in 50 games, making 47 starts between pitcher (27), first base (16) and designated player (4)... Appeared in 30 games in the circle, making 27 starts... Led team with 15-11 record and 2.13 ERA with 16 complete games and six shutouts... Added two scoreless appearances in relief... Recorded staff-best 112 strikeouts to 41 walks over staff-high 177.2 innings pitched... Posted .319/.454/.396 slash, going 45-for-141 with six doubles, two triples, three home runs, 30 RBI, 25 runs scored and 18 walks... Ranked fourth in The American in wins (15), ERA (2.13), strikeouts (112) and innings pitched (177.2), fifth in opponent batting average (.250) and sixth in RBI (30)... Recorded 11 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games... Picked up wins over Boston College (Feb. 12), Purdue (Feb. 25), at No. 5/5 Texas A&M (March 1), Sam Houston State (March 3), Prairie View A&M (March 10), Texas Southern (March 12), at UCF (March 25), UConn (April 7, April 9, May 10), East Carolina (April 21, April 23, May 11), at Memphis (April 29), and at UT Arlington (May 2)... In regular season, tossed complete-game shutouts at No. 5/5 Texas A&M (March 1) and against Prairie View A&M (March 10), UConn (April 7) and East Carolina (April 21)... Went 3-for-4 with two singles, a triple, an RBI and two runs scored against Incarnate Word (Feb. 19)... Recorded first multi-home run performance of career with a three-run jack and grand slam in a 2-for-2 showing to account for a career-high seven RBI and two runs scored in series finale against UConn (April 9)... Hit a two-out, walk-off single as part of 2-for-4 showing in series finale against East Carolina (April 23)... In conference tournament, tossed consecutive complete-game shutouts against No. 7 seed UConn (May 10) and No. 6 seed East Carolina (May 11), first time throwing back-to-back complete games in consecutive days in her career... Also against East Carolina (May 11), went 3-for-3 with two singles, one home run, three RBI and two runs scored to propel program to its first appearance in The American Championship's title game... Named to The American All-Tournament Team to close the season.
Unanimous American Athletic Conference First Team (P)... The American All-Rookie Team... The American All-Academic Team... The American Weekly Honor Roll (Apr. 18)... Appeared in 43 games, making 34 starts between pitcher (17), designated hitter (9) and first base (8)... Appeared in 26 games in the circle, making 17 starts... Led team with 9-7 record, adding one save, and 55 strikeouts and co-led with a 3.50 ERA across staff-high 108.0 innings pitched... Had seven complete games and three shutouts... Added two scoreless appearances in relief... Posted .311/.406/.342 slash, going 33-for-106 with five doubles, one triple, one home run, 19 RBI, nine runs scored and five walks... Recorded nine multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games... Picked up wins over Georgia Southern (Feb. 13), Toledo (Feb. 19), at No. 23 USF (April 3), No. 19 Baylor (April 12), UCF (April 15), at East Carolina (April 23), at UConn (April 30) and Memphis (May 6, May 12)... Recorded first career save in win over Texas Southern (March 5)... Tossed first career complete game and recorded first career home run against Toledo (Feb. 19)... During the month of April, posted a 5-1 record and allowed only 15 earned runs for a 2.38 in 44.0 innings... Named to The American All-Tournament Team to close the season.
A four-year letterwinner at Castle View High School in Castle Rock, Colo.... A three-time team MVP, three-time First-Team All-League, two-time Continental League Player of the Year and a First-Team All-State selection... As a senior, named 2015 Gatorade Player of The Year and All-South Metro Athlete of the Year (Highlands Ranch Herald)... Also a four-year letterwinner in basketball and tennis... Named team MVP for basketball as a senior.
Savannah Heebner... Born Dec. 10... Daughter of Annie and Ken Heebner... Has two older siblings, Amanda and Dustin Heebner.