Heather Hutyra
Heather  Hutyra

Benbrook, TX

High School:
Western Hills HS



North Texas
Inducted into the North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame in2013 ... Finished her career as a three-time first-team all-conference selection ... Was the 2004 Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year and helped lead North Texas to the NCAA Tournament and Sun Belt Conference Tournament title for the first time in school history, and set a single season freshman record with 83 shots, six goals and 17 points ... Stands second all-time at North Texas in career shots (380) ... Tied for second in career goals (51) ... Currently second in career assists (25) and points (127) ... Tied for second in career game-winning goals (16) ... Stands second in career games started (87) and played (89).

Selected to the Sun Belt all-Tournament team ... Led North Texas in shots (94) ... Tied for first with Janaye Woods in goals (12) ... Was second on team in points (32) and third in assists (8) ... Scored two goals including the game winners versus ULL and Western Kentucky in the Sun Belt Tournament ... Scored the game winner against Grambling during the regular season ... Started 22 games.

Selected first team all-Sun Belt ... Chosen for the all-Region third team by Soccer Buzz ... First on team and conference in shots (113) ... Tied for first on team in goals (13) ... Second on team in points (31) and game-winning-goals (4) ... Fourth on team in assists (5) ... Ranked seventh in conference in points per game (1.41) ... Tied for fifth in the conference in goals per game (.59) ... Tallied a season-high six points on two goals and two assists in 8-0 win versus Arkansas State ... Took a season-high 12 shots against Arkansas State ... Scored two goals each versus Florida International and Florida Atlantic ... Started all 22 games.

Selected Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year and first-team all-conference ... Made the All-Central Region Second Team ... Named Sun Belt Conference Tournament MVP ... Ranked seventh in the nation in goals and eigth in goals per game ... Was one of only eight players in the nation to score 20 or more goals in 2005 ... Led team in goals (20), points (47) and shots (90) this past season ... Led also in game-winning goals (6) and multi-goal games (5) ... Made three of the game-winners in each of the Sun Belt tournament games ... Scored hat tricks against SMU and Grambling St. ... Recorded a single-game high in points (7) versus Grambling St. ... Fired a season-high nine shots against Western Kentucky ... Started 20 games.

Made an impact immediately as a freshman ... Named Sun Belt Freshman of the Year ... Was second on the team with 17 points, scoring six goals and leading the team in assists with five ... Sits fourth at North Texas in single-season shots with 83 ... The 83 shots is a North Texas freshman record ...Tied for the team high in game-winners with three against Houston, Valparaiso and Western Kentucky ... Started off career with a goal against Houston ... Scored two goals against Drury ... Recorded a season-high five points against Valparaiso ... Posted an assist against Texas A&M ... Took a team-high seven shots against Arkansas-Little Rock ... Dished out a team-high three assists against Valparaiso ... Started 23 of 23 games.

High School/Personal
Was the 2002 and 2003 District 7-4A Offensive MVP ... Named to the first-team all-area squad in 2003 ... Was a three-time first-team all-district selection ... Named the 2001 7-4A Freshman of the Year ... Two-time team captain ... Played with the Solar Soccer Club for two years

North Texas Mean Green