The first Heather Mitts appearance on the collegiate soccer scene was as a defender for the University of Florida. She led the team to its first and only NCAA title in women’s soccer in 1999. She was named Most Inspirational Player as a freshman and was team MVP as a senior.
After college, she joined the Philadelphia Charge in the WUSA. She helped the team to the WUSA playoffs in the first two years and was a WUSA All-Star in 2003. She was also a member of the Cardinal Premier team that won a national championship in 1997. Mitts also won two Ohio state titles with Club Cincinnati and was also part of the US Olympic soccer team that won the gold medal in 2004 as well as the US team that finished second in the 2006 Algarve Cup.
**Heather Mitts Speaker**
When not on the field, Heather Mitts devotes her time writing for her column in ESPN Soccernet. She also maintains her own website and blog. Some of Heather Mitts’ speaker experiences are as a studio analyst for ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC’s coverage of the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup and as a sideline reporter for Major League Soccer. She has also done color commentary for Sunshine Network and for Fox Sports South on women’s college soccer games. Mitts also co-hosted the “Tailgate Show” on Comcast SportsNet, the pre-game for the Philadelphia Eagles home games in 2004. A very charismatic and sociable individual, Heather Mitts knows how to mingle with other people, as well as address her audience.
**Heather Mitts Appearance**
The soccer superstar is one of the most famous personalities in women’s soccer as well as fashion. You will likely see a Heather Mitts appearance in the pages of Maxim, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, FHM, Daily News, Experience Life, and Philadelphia Magazine. In 2004, Mitts was voted as Hottest Female Athlete by the users of ESPN.com and Sexiest Player in the WUSA on Playboy.com. Philadelphia Magazine also named her as one of the city’s Sexiest Singles in 2002.
**Heather Mitts Endorsement**
Heather Mitts is as prominent in commercials as she is on soccer field. The list of Heather Mitts endorsement appearances includes Dick’s Sporting Goods, Under Armour Performance Apparel, and Budweiser. She’s also appeared in ESPN Sports Center commercials. With her recognizable face, a Heather Mitts endorsement will be a valuable tool to help you promote your product or service.
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