Erica Heisser is in her fourth season on the Marquette volleyball staff and is responsible for recruiting efforts of the Golden Eagles. Heisser, a three-year letterwinner for the Golden Eagles, helped lead the team to 22-7 record, the best Division I record in school history, and an appearance in the Conference USA championship game in 2004. She led the team in blocks with 2.61 per game and was second on the team in attack percentage, hitting 28.3 percent. Heisser also finished second on the team in kills with 339, while being one of the most accurate on the team, hitting over 30.0 percent seven times.
"We are thrilled to have Erica on our staff," said head coach Pati Rolf. " We are fortunate to have a woman who is so caring of others continue in our program. Not only is she a tremendous mentor to our younger players, but also has the ability to train the middle blocker position, which will help us a great deal. I think most importantly she understands the new generation of athletes and Marquette as a whole."
Outside of volleyball, Heisser was the president of the Student Athlete Advisory Council in 2004 and a four-time member of the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll. She was presented with the Cura Personalis award at the end of the 2004-05 school year by Marquette University. She graduated from Marquette in May 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Spanish.
A native of Greenville, Mich., Heisser resides in Milwaukee.