Embry-Riddle, Heil haven’t allowed a goal in last 12 games
The team didn’t just win all 10 games – eight during the regular season and two more in the postseason tournament.
The Eagles didn’t surrender a goal.
Heil, of Dimond High fame, is a pivotal piece to Embry-Riddle’s remarkable scoreless streak that actually predates conference play, going back to Sept. 12.
In all, the team is riding a 12-game shutout streak – a stretch of 1,092 minutes – and has held opponents scoreless in 16 of 19 games this season.
Heil is a sophomore starter as a midfielder/defender and plays an average of 60 minutes per game.
She played 82 minutes in the Cal Pac Conference championship game.
Embry-Riddle [17-3] will next play Saturday against Oklahoma’s University of Science and Arts in the first round of the NAIA national tournament in Prescott, Arizona.