Heether excelled in three sports: lacrosse, swimming, and field hockey. She was a first-team All-American goalkeeper for the lacrosse team in her senior season of 1990, when she guided the Greyhounds to their first appearance in the NCAA Final Four. Heether earned two major honors to cap off her career: She received the Kelly Award as the nation's most valuable goalkeeper and was chosen to the South squad for the North-South All-Star Game. At the time of her graduation Heether held the school's career record for saves with 837. Also a two-year member of the Greyhounds' swimming program, Reedier specialized in the breaststroke. She ranked among the school's top five in the 100 and 200 yard and the 100 and 200 meter breaststroke events. Heether also earned All-South Atlantic Conference honors twice as a goalkeeper for the Greyhound field hockey team.