Completed Blue Hens career 11th in school history with 61 singles victories • third all-time with 107 career singles matches played • tied for 24th in the record books with a career doubles mark of 39-30 • tied for third in program history with 22 freshman singles wins.
Compiled a winning mark of 14-12 in singles play, including a record of 5-2 in the No. 4 flight • went 11-15 in doubles action • paired with sophomore Nataliya Naumova for a 4-4 mark in No. 2 doubles • two-time CAA Doubles Team of the Week honoree (Feb. 12; March 12) • UD Alumni Association Team MVP.
Collected a mark of 15-10 in singles action • played majority of season at the No. 5 spot, going 7-5 • also registered winning records in No. 3 singles (3-2) and No. 4 singles (4-2) • posted a season-high four-game winning streak • teamed up with Amanda Halstrom to go 2-0 in No. 2 doubles • finished year with a 5-7 record overall in doubles action.
Finished her sophomore campaign by helping the Blue Hens to quarterfinal finish in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament that led to a 11-6 team record, 4-2 in the CAA • finished her second season with a 10-13 singles record, now owns a 32-24 career singles record • posted a 15-5 doubles record with a 6-4 record with Kimberly Milla, 8-1 record with Halstrom and 1-0 record with Sophie Sjober-Sundstrom • was Top Finisher at the St. Joseph’s Invitational (#3 Singles Runner-Up).
Posted a 22-12 singles record in her first year with Delaware, tying for third all-time as a rookie with teammate Dorothy Safron for most wins in a freshman season • tallied an impressive 7-1 record in No. 3 singles • went 8-3 in doubles action, including a 4-1 mark with current teammate Amanda Halstrom • Won the Swarthmore Invitational Flight C title and was the Saint Joseph's Invitational Flight 3 Singles Champion • Paired with Halstrom to win the Old Dominion Tournament D1 Doubles title.
Four-year letterwinner at No. 1 singles at Pine-Richland High School • named MVP each season from 2006-10 • state runner up in doubles • holds school record for wins in a career • ranked as high as No. 137 by The Tennis Recruiting Network as a junior • played for national Zonal team for Middle States for six years • played No. 2 singles for Middle States National Intersectional team • ranked in the Top 10 of Middle States for seven straight years, reaching as high as No. 3 • participated twice at the Easter Bowl in California and also at the National Hard Court Championships in San Diego, Calif. • honor roll student.
Olivia C. Heim • daughter of Timothy and Lisa Heim • aunt played tennis at Indiana (Pa.) University and father ran track at Slippery Rock (Pa.) • has one younger brother • honor student as an business major • teaches tennis at Treesdale Country Club • spent summer as an intern at HHM Insurors.