Marketing/Camps Intern
Hometown: Woodinville, Wash.
High School: Woodinville
Experience: 1st Year


In 2014, Thomas joined the women's soccer staff as the marketing/camps intern after completing four years of eligibility with the Redhawk women's soccer team.

2013: 21 gp, 5 gs, 2 goal, 3 asst, 7 pt, 7 sh, .286 Sh%, 2 SOG, .286 SOG%, 1 GWG ... assisted Stephanie Verdoia in the final goal of the game in the 3-0 shutout over Idaho (11/1) ... scored the third goal for the Redhawks in the 3-0 shutout over Kansas City (10/27) ... scored one of two goals in the 2-1 victory over Bakersfield (10/20) ... earned one assist in the 3-0 shutout against Utah Valley (0/18) ... assisted Stephanie Verdoia's go-ahead goal in 2-2 draw at Purdue (9/8)

2012: Played in 19 matches, starting two ... scored three goals and provided one assist, totaling seven points ... took 17 shots, 6 on frame ... played as a sub off the bench during WAC Tournament match against Louisiana Tech (11/1) ... took one shot as a sub in final home collegiate match of career versus Denver (10/28) ... scored third goal of season on three shots, two on frame off the bench versus New Mexico State (10/26) ... saw action off the bench in shutout at Louisiana Tech (10/19) ... took one shot on goal in action as a sub at San Jose State (10/14) ... fired one shot in action off the bench versus Utah State (10/12) ... helped protect clean sheet in start,win at Texas State (9/30) ... earned first start of season at UTSA (9/28) ... scored second goal of season on three shots off the bench in win versus Utah Valley (9/23) ... came off the bench at Portland (9/21) ... saw action as a sub at #21 Oregon State (9/16) ... came in as a sub off the bench at Oregon (9/14) ... tallied one shot in action as a sub during overtime win at Gonzaga (9/9) ... came in off the bench versus Portland State (9/2) ... saw action as a sub, taking three shots versus Eastern Washington (8/26) ... saw action as a sub at San Diego State, tallying one shot (8/24) ... took three shots, scoring first goal of season just one minute and five seconds after entering the game, and tallying one assist on Taylor Ritzman's goal versus St. Mary's (8/19) ... saw action in home opener versus Washington (8/17)

2011: Appeared in 15 matches ... scored one goal and provided one assist ...  tallied 16 shots, one on target ... played reserve minutes in shutout at Loyola Marymount (11/5) ... saw action in 5-0 blowout victory at Eastern Washington (10/30) ... took two shots in reserve minutes at Texas (10/23) ... played as a sub off the bench in 3-1 win at CSU Bakersfield (10/14) ... assisted Ava Ames' goal in minutes as a sub versus Hawaii (10/9) ... tallied one shot in action off bench versus Boise State (10/2) ... fired four shots as a sub off the bench versus Gonzaga (9/30) ... took one attempt as a substitute versus San Francisco (9/23) ... tallied one shot in action off bench in 3-1 win against San Diego State (9/18) ... scored from distance and took two other shots in 2-1 win at UNLV (9/16) ... took three shots off bench in win at Portland State (9/11) ... tallied one shot as sub off bench against Cal Poly (9/4) ... saw time off bench at Washington (9/4) ... played midfield as sub in win over then-No. 8 Portland (9/2) ... made season debut by coming off the bench as midfield sub at Washington State (8/28).

2010: Attempted one shot on goal at starting midfielder (10/31) ... took four shots in start at midfielder (10/29) ... assisted Emma Levy's equalizing goal in the 19th minute at Colorado (10/23) ...

took one shot off the bench at UC Santa Barbara (10/21) ... came off the bench to play 98 minutes at Baylor (10/15) ... attempted two shots off the bench versus Portland State (10/3) ... took two shots in start in the midfield versus Utah Valley (9/29) ... assisted on Ava Ames game-winning goal in double-overtime versus Sacramento State (9/26) …  attempted one shot versus University of Idaho (9/24) … took four shots, including one on goal versus Cleveland State (9/19) … tallied four shots, including two on frame, in substitution appearance at Boise State (9/12) ... assisted on Jordan Salisbury’s goal and had a shot on goal at Idaho State (9/9) ... had a shot in off the bench minutes versus Gonzaga (9/5) ... tallied four shots, three on target, at Eastern Washington (9/3) ... scored equalizing and first career goal in off the bench performance at UC Irvine (8/29) ... subbed in and had a shot in 1-0 shutout at UC Riverside (8/27) ... came in off the bench and two shots versus Oregon State (8/22) ... had a shot in sub appearance in the midfield versus Washington (8/20).

2009: Redshirted true freshman season.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Woodinville High School ... was a two-time team MVP in 2007 and 2008 ... took team to the 4A state championship in 2007, a third-place finish in 2008 and second-place in 2009 ...  a three-year varsity starter, led team in both goals scored and assists in 2007 and 2008 ... tallied 27 goals and 26 assists in her three-year varsity career ... scored a goal or had an assist in every state playoff game in 2007, including a hat trick ... only 4A player to place in state every year in high school 2006, was named King County and All-Conference Honorable Mention ... in 2007, was an all-conference second team selection, one of the "5 to Watch" in the state tournament and team MVP ... was a Seattle Times "Star of the Week", a Seattle Post-Intelligencer All-State Athlete and named to the "Other Top Players" by RISE Magazine as a junior ... in 2008, earned King Country First Team and All-Conference Second Team accolades ... as a senior, was team MVP, captain, Coaches Award recipient, Woodinville's Female Athlete of the Year and WHS Hall of Fame candidate.

Club Experience: Played for Crossfire Premier 90 since 2001 ... team was Washington State Champions in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2009, and 2004 Girls Surf Cup Champions and 2005 Far West Regional Champions ... was team leading scorer in 2003, 2004 and 2005 ... team captain in 2004 ... a member of the Washington State ODP team from 2005 to 2008 ... ODP team earned a second-place finish at the Regional Championships in 2008 ... was a member of the Super Y ODP National Camp in 2005.

Personal: Full name is Heather Rose Thomas, goes by Chipper, born on July 12, 1991 in Kirkland, Wash. ... daughter of Kim and Jeff Thomas ... has two older brothers, Nicholas and Justin ... majoring in humanities for teaching with the hope of becoming a teacher ... enjoys outdoor activities ... was named to the Washington State DECA in 2007.

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