Second Team ESPN Academic All-District ... NSCAA Scholar All-America ... Starting defender in 20 matches as an outside back ... Finished the year with seven shots and two assists ... Took the majority of Auburn's right-footed corners ... Played 1865 out of 1974 possible minutes, second-most on the team ... Assisted on Ashley Kotero's goal in the 44th minute of the 3-0 win over Western Carolina, sending in a free kick from 35 yards out ... Helped hold No. 6 Florida to just 10 shots, only three of which came in the second half, in a 1-0 Auburn win ... Helped hold Alabama to just five shots, only one of which went on frame and only two of which came after halftime, in the 2-1, SEC West-clinching overtime win ... Had the first assist on Katy Frierson's first-half goal in the 2-1, double-overtime loss to Georgia in the SEC Tournament ... Ranked No. 83 on the initial TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 and No. 4 in the Conference Top 20 for the SEC West (9/1) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Led the team in minutes played with 2051 (out of a possible 2087) and played the entire match in all but two matches ... Six assists tied for 10th in the SEC ... Auburn went 5-1-0 in games in which she has an assist ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 4 Third Team ... Team's Most Improved Player and Coaches' Award winner ... Scored off a corner in Auburn's NCAA First Round match against California ... Had an assist in back-to-back games (vs. South Alabama and vs. Kennesaw State) ... Assist against South Alabama came on Lizzie Hamersly's goal after Havron served in a corner kick ... Had the second assist on Rebecca Howell's goal at Duke ... Served in a corner that Julie King finished off for a goal at Mississippi State ... Also served in a corner for a game-tying goal in a 2-1, come-from-behind win over Arkansas ... Corner kick in the 62nd minute at Tennessee resulted in a Julie King goal ... Auburn Top Tiger ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2008: Played in 19 games, starting eight ... Was moved from the front line to the back line during the preseason and became an effective outside back ... Had one assist on the year, it coming on Katy Frierson's game-winner in the 83rd minute of a 2-1 win at Arkansas ... Took one shot on the year ... Played 780 minutes, including all 110 in a 0-0 tie at Kentucky ... Started both NCAA Tournament matches and played a combined 166 minutes, including all 90 of the 2-0 win over Belmont in the First round ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Graduated from Winter Park High School where she played for Orlando De La Toree and Graham Naylor ... Also played for Jim Powell at IUS Hayasa ... Winter Park's top scorer as both a sophomore and junior ... Varsity Rookie of the Year honors 2005 and 2006 All-Metro First Team ... Michelle Akers All-Tournament Team selection in 2005 ... Winter Park team MVP in 2006 ... Member of Florida State '89 ODP from 2004-06 ... Presidential Academic Award ... National Junior Honor Society ... SGA Senior Class Secretary and SGA Junior Class Vice President ... Also a star middle distance runner for Winter Park.
Personal: Heather Lynn Bork Havron ... Daughter of Sandy and Rick Havron, both Auburn graduates ... Has a brother, Drew (23), and a sister, Hayley (16) ... Is the niece of former Auburn basketball great John Mengelt.
|OFFENSE||GP ||GS ||G ||A ||Pts ||Shots ||Shot% ||SOG ||SOG% ||GW ||PK-Att|
|2008 ||19 ||8 ||0 ||1 ||1 ||1 ||.000 ||1 ||1.000 ||0 ||0-0|
|2009 ||22 ||22 ||1 ||6 ||8 ||4 ||.250 ||2 ||.500 ||0 ||0-0|
|2010 ||21 ||20 ||0 ||2 ||2 ||7 ||.000 ||5 ||.714 ||0 ||0-0|
|TOTAL ||62 ||50 ||1 ||9 ||11 ||12 ||.083 ||8||.667 ||0 ||0-0|