2021 MLS Regular Season
2021 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary
<strong>PROFILE</strong><br>


A physical striker striker, Heinemann joined Whitecaps FC on January 23, 2013 after previously playing with MLS Eastern Conference side Columbus Crew.<br>


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<strong>MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER</strong><br>


<strong>2013:</strong>&nbsp;The St. Louis, Missouri native started three of his 14 MLS appearances, registering one goal and one assist in 286 minutes of play. The striker&#39;s lone MLS goal came in a 2-2 draw against Chivas USA on September 1, 2013, scoring the equalizer in stoppage time. Heinemann also scored one goal in the Amway Canadian Championship, netting the game-winning goal in the first leg of the semifinals against FC Edmonton as the &#39;Caps went on to take the match with a 3-2 result.&nbsp;<strong>2012:</strong> Heinemann played his second season in MLS. He sat out the regular season due to injury, but returned to play one MLS Cup playoff match. <strong>2011: </strong>Heinemann played in his debut MLS season with the Columbus Crew in 2011, when he appeared in 28 matches and registered three goals and one assist.<br>


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<strong>MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER RESERVES LEAGUE</strong><br>


<strong>2013: </strong>Heinemann scored his 10th goal of the season versus Seattle Sounders FC reserves on July 7; he leads the Reserves in goals scored.&nbsp;<br>


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<strong>UNITED STATES SOCCER FEDERATION DIVISION 2 PRO LEAGUE</strong><br>


<strong>2010:</strong> Following the conclusion of the 2010 USL-2 regular season, Heinemann was loaned to the Carolina RailHawks of the USSF Division 2 Pro League. During the 2010 USSF Division 2 season, he appeared in 12 matches and registered six goals, helping the RailHawks become 2010 NASL Conference Champions.<br>


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<strong>UNITED SOCCER LEAGUES SECOND DIVISION</strong><br>


<strong>2010: </strong>Heinemann played in his second season for the Battery. In 20 matches, he registered seven goals and five assists, while helping the Battery capture the 2010 USL-2 League championship. 2009: Heinemann played his first season with Charleston Battery of the USL-2. In 19 matches played, Heinemann netted two goals.<br>


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<strong>UNITED SOCCER LEAGUES PREMIER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE</strong><br>


<strong>2008: </strong>In his third season with the St. Louis Lions, Heinemann registered 13 goals in 15 matches. <strong>2007:</strong> In his second season with the Lions, Heinemann registered 14 goals and one assist in 14 matches. 2006: In his debut season with the Lions, he registered eight goals in seven matches.<br>


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<strong>COLLEGE</strong><br>


<strong>2008:</strong> In 2008, Heinemann played in his second season with Rockhurst University. He registered 10 goals and five assists in 19 matches. As a result of his efforts, he was again named to the NSCAA NCAA Division II Men&rsquo;s All-America team. <strong>2007: </strong>In his sophomore year, Heinemann appeared in 20 matches, registering 15 goals and six assists. As a result of his efforts, he was named to the NSCAA NCAA Division II Men&rsquo;s All-America team.&nbsp;<br>


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<strong>PERSONAL</strong><br>


Married to wife Katrina. The son of Janet and Tom Heinemann and has as two sisters, Maggie and Karliee. Always looking to give back, Heinemann has been running a summer soccer camp in his native St. Louis since he was 11 years old.<br>