2012: Played in 10 matches ... provided one assist ... saw action off the bench during final collegiate home match versus Denver (10/28) ... came in as sub off the bench during win versus New Mexico State (10/26) ... saw time as a sub in win versus Utah Valley (9/23) ... earned time off the bench at #21 Oregon State (9/16) ... came in as sub at Oregon (9/14) ... saw time as a sub in overtime win at Gonzaga (9/9) ... saw action off the bench versus Eastern Washington (8/26) ... saw time off the bench at San Diego State (8/24) ... saw time off the bench and assisted on Melissa Busque's second goal versus St. Mary's (8/19) ... saw time off the bench versus Washington (8/17)
2011: Played in 18 matches ... scored one goal ... attempted two shots, one on target ... contributed to all seven shutouts ... contributed to shutout in final match of the year at Loyola Marymount (11/5) ... saw action off the bench in 5-0 victory at Eastern Washington (10/30) ... played reserve minutes in 2-1 overtime win versus Montana (10/28) ... played minutes off the bench at Texas (10/23) ... saw action off the bench in 3-1 win at CSU Bakersfield (10/14) ... scored first goal of collegiate career and tallied one other shot and helped preserve shutout as a sub versus Hawaii (10/9) ... earned sub minutes in match versus Boise State (10/2) ... played off the bench versus Gonzaga (9/30) ... helped preserve shutout by coming in at defender off the bench versus San Francisco (9/23) ... came in off bench in 3-1 win against San Diego State (9/18) ... played as a reserve in win at UNLV (9/16) ... saw time as a sub in win at Portland State (9/11) ... played defense after being subbed in against Cal Poly (9/9) ... saw playing time in defense as sub at Washington (9/4) ... contributed to shutout in win over then-No. 8 Portland (9/2) ... made third appearance of the season as a sub at Washington State (8/28) ... saw time off the bench during 1-0 win at Idaho (8/26) ... saw time as a sub in midfield at UC Davis and helped contribute to SU's first shutout of the year (8/21).
2009: Subbed in the midfield versus Washington State (Oct. 11) ... saw time off the bench at SDSU in the midfield (Oct. 4) ... started in the midfield versus UNLV at Aztec Classic (Oct. 2) ... started and had a shot on goal versus USF (Sept. 27) ... started in the midfield at PSU (Sept. 22) ... started in the midfield and had two shots versus Utah State (Sept. 20) ... had one shot against Gonzaga (Sept. 17) ... came off the bench and had a shot at Oregon (Sept. 13) ... started in the midfield versus Oregon State (Sept. 11) ... started at Cal Poly at midfield (Sept. 4) ... subbed in the midfield and had two shots, one on goal versus Eastern Washington (Aug. 31) ... tarted at central midfield in 2-0 shutout versus Utah Valley (Aug. 28) ... made first career start at Washington in the midfield (Aug. 26) ... came off the bench in the midfield versus Idaho (Aug. 23) ... made collegiate debut in season opener versus Boise State ... had one shot on goal (Aug. 21)
High School: A 2009 graduate of Carlsbad High School ... was three-year varsity starter and led the Lancers to the CIF playoffs three consecutive seasons (2007, 2008 and 2009) ... in 2008, was named to the All-Avocado League Second Team and earned the Midfielder of the Year award in 2006.
Club Experience: Played club soccer for the SoCal Blues and was the team's Region IV representative for National League in 2007-08 ... led SoCal to the 2007 Coast League Premier Division and SurfCup Gold Division Championship ... team was finalists at the Far West Regionals and Slammers Tournament, and semifinalists at the Las Vegas College Showcase in 2007 ... in 2006, they were the Pleasanton Rage Tournament Super Bracket Champions, semifinalists at the Coast League Cup and SoCal Blues Cup, and quarterfinalists at the Nation State Cup ... previously played with DMCV Sharks ... was a guest player on the team that were finalists at the Las Vegas Shootout ... also spent time with the Carlsbad Wave, Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks and Laguna Hills Eclipse.
Personal: Full name is Liana Heberer, born on January 14, 1992 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico ... the daughter of Teresa Heberer ... has an older sister named Marina ... is a biology major and is minoring in French ... hopes to pursue a career in biology or marine biology ... earned the school's Scholar-Athlete Award four consecutive years and was named to the San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Team three times ... was a CHS Environmental Club founding member and officer, and a part of the CHS Salsa Club and California Scholarship Federation ... enjoys surfing, going to the beach, scuba diving, traveling, art and listening to music.