Inducted in 2004
Heather Ernest
Born on November 9, 1981 in Farmington, Maine
Education:
Mt. Blue High School

2004 American East Player of the Year - the first two-time winner since Black Bear Cindy Blodgett (1996-97). A four time All America East (AE) First Team selection - only the 6th player in AE to earn the honors all 4 seasons of her collegiate career, also named the 2004 AE Championship Most Outstanding Player after averaging 13.3 points and 9.0 rebounds during the 3 games. Her career highs include: 34 pts vs. Hanford (3/1/03); 21 rebounds vs. UNH (1/4/01); 7 assists vs. Rider (12/21/ 03); and 4 steals at Stony Brook (3/3/04). She was only the 3rd player in UMaine history to finish her career with over 1,000 points & 1,000 rebounds. She finished 5th on the career scoring list, and 3rd on the career rebounding list at UMaine. Heather holds the 8th and 9th best single season rebounding marks in UMaine history. She finished with 49 Double-Doubles in her 115 career games. She was 10-time Player of the Week award winner, ranking her 5th and only the 5th player to be so honored 10 or more times. Her 1,804 career points rank as the 11th best in conference history. Her 1,040 career rebounds rank as the 4th best in conference history.

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