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Heather (Huffman) Speyer

2013 WSHF inductee



            Heather Speyer was an All-Ohio athlete in both basketball and volleyball at Riverdale who went on to play basketball at the University of Toledo and the University of Findlay and then continued in her athletic endeavors as a coach.

            A 1989 graduate, she earned first-team all-state honors as a senior in both sports. Speyer also holds the record for most points scored by either a male or female basketball player at the school with 1,615. The basketball Falcons won the North Central Conference title in 1989, while the volleyball Falcons won the championship in 1986. She earned four varsity letters in both sports.

            Speyer went on to play basketball at Toledo and was part of the Rockets’ 1990 National Invitational Tournament championship team. At Findlay, she was a three-year starter and letterwinner, competing in the NCAA Division II tournament in 1993 and 1994. Speyer was an NAIA scholar-athlete and All-Mid-Ohio Conference first-team selection in 1994 when she averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game while shooting 58 percent from the field.

            After her playing career, Speyer taught and coached at Bellefontaine and at Riverdale. She was an assistant girls basketball coach on Bellefontaine’s state final four team and has coached junior high volleyball and assisted with the varsity girls basketball team, including the NCC champion and regional runner-up team in 2010.

Speyer and her husband, Jim, have two children, Logan and Tyson.