2016-17: All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention
2016-17: Collected 12 points and four steals in match against Saint Francis (11/15)...Tallied 23 points against Arizona State (11/19)...Scored 24 points and collected six assists and five rebounds on Nov. 22 against Oregon State...Achieved a double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds against Pacific on Nov. 26...Achieved a triple-double of 18 rebounds, 10 assists and 12 points on Dec. 2 against Western Illinois...Scored 17 points against Green Bay on Dec. 6 as well as against Wisconsin on Dec. 11...Tallied 18 points and 5 rebounds against Milwaukee (12/18)...Scored 13 points, 6 assists, and grabbed 7 rebounds against New Mexico (12/21)...Dropped 20 points at Georgetown (12/30)...Added 14 points in a win vs. Providence (1/4)...Swiped four steals, grabbed six rebounds and scored 17 points at St. John's (1/8)...Matched a season-high with 24 points and added five rebounds at Seton Hall (1/10)...Notched 15 points, seven assists and five rebounds in a win vs. Xavier (1/13)...Added ten points and dished seven assists vs. Butler (1/15)...Put up ten points, seven rebounds, six assists and got a season-high five steals vs. Seton Hall (2/3)...Poured in 19 points vs. St. John's (2/5)...Neared a double-double with 14 points and nine rebounds at Butler (2/10)...Scored 19 points in a win over then No. 17/15 DePaul (2/19)...Notched 18 points, nine rebounds and six assists vs. Georgetown (2/24)...Put 16 points in BIG EAST Quarterfinal win over Georgetown (3/5)...Dropped 28 points and set Marquette record for most threes in a sophomore season in final win over DePaul (3/7)...Dropped 13 points and six rebounds against Quinnipiac in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/18).
2015-16: Made collegiate debut against Green Bay where she also scored her first career points (11/13) ... Scored career-high and team-high of 21 points twice against IUPUI (11/16) and Richmond (11/29) ...Stole a career-high of five basketballs at Northern Kentucky (11/21)...Had a career-high of five assists vs. Richmond (11/29)...Collected a career-high of six rebounds against Oregon State (12/3)...Dropped a career-high 30 points at Milwaukee (12/22)...Tallied 16 points, four assists and seven rebounds in 36 minutes vs. Villanova (1/8)...Stuffed the stat sheet with 17 points, six assists, five rebounds and five steals in 32 minutes of action at Butler (1/17)...Dropped 18 points and a career-high seven assists vs. Providence (1/22)...Recorded 17 points and seven rebounds in 33 minutes vs. Creighton (1/24)...Came close to a double-double with 14 points and nine rebounds vs. St. John's (1/29)...Totaled 18 points and pilfered a career-high six steals at Georgetown (2/5)...Tallied 15 points, five assists and nine rebounds in 35 minutes of action at Villanova (2/7)...Scored 14 points and broke the freshmen made three-point record after hitting her 56th three-pointer vs. Butler (2/12)...Totaled 18 points vs. Xavier (2/14)...Scored 17 points against Seton Hall in the BIG EAST Tournament (3/6)...Named to BIG EAST All-Freshmen Team
Prior to Marquette: Heideman ranks No. 74 overall by the All Star Girls Basketball Report and No. 144 overall according to Prospects Nation ... Was the Green Bay metro area's leading scorer with 1,773 points, and averaged 25.6 points per game as a senior ... Collected a slew of accolades following her standout senior season including: AP 1st Team All-State honors, FRCC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors, WBCA Division 2 All-State First Team honors and earned the WSN Top Senior Shooter award ... Averaged 17.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.6 steals as a junior to earn First Team All-Fox River Classic honors for the second consecutive season ... Surpassed 1,000 career points and ranks second on Green Bay Southwest's all-time scoring list ... Multi-sport athlete who is a nine-time WIAA state qualifier in track field, won the state triple jump title in June 2014, and qualified for the state tournament in tennis during her senior season ... Hiedeman is the sister of MU men's basketball player Sandy Cohen.