Meet Heather Boehm - Middlebury Women's Tennis
Courtesy of Middlebury Athletics
Heather Boehm is a 2020 graduate of Middlebury College and a former member of the Panther women’s tennis team. She earned her degree in political science and boasted a 3.80 GPA. She was part of a senior class that guided Middlebury to the most successful four-year stretch in school history. The Panthers earned a mark of 53-12 during her time, advancing to the NESCAC Finals during all three opportunities, while also moving into the semifinal round of the NCAA Championship in each of those seasons. The group was ranked fourth in the nation heading into the spring, before the Coronavirus Pandemic cut the season short.
Boehm earned All-American honors twice at Middlebury in both singles and doubles. She was named the NESCAC Player of the Year in 2019 and is a three-time all-conference choice in singles. Boehm was ranked second in the region and second in the nation that year, advancing to the NCAA semifinals in doubles. In 2018, she advanced to the NCAA singles quarterfinals, boasting a 26-match winning streak. She finished her career with a 71-12 singles record, while going 55-12 in doubles play.
Boehm was a three-time member of the All-NESCAC Academic team and was a member of SAAC while at Middlebury.
She will be working as a management consultant delivery analyst in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 2020.