Heather Roberts
Heather Roberts
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 540-261-8517
Phone: 503-704-1330 (m)
Email: heather.roberts@svu.edu

Heather Roberts enters her fourth season as Southern Virginia head women's basketball coach after being hired in April of 2014.

Roberts comes to Southern Virginia following a tremendous coaching career at the high school level in the state of Oregon. A four-time Coach of the Year award winner, Roberts tallied 264 wins, 14 playoff appearances, and six state tournament appearances during her 17 seasons as a head women's basketball coach.

Most recently, Roberts coached at Sprague High School in Salem, Ore. Prior to Sprague, she enjoyed a successful six-year campaign at Canby High School (2006-13), leading her teams to six consecutive postseason appearances. Before Canby, Roberts enjoyed a five-year tenure at Lakeridge High School (2001-06), highlighted by three separate top-five finishes in the state tournament (4th Place in 2005; 2nd Place in 2004; 3rd Place in 2003).

She also coached five seasons at Ashland High School from 1996-2001, recording 78 wins. Her coaching career began at David Douglas High School in 1995.

In addition to coaching, Roberts has taught family and consumer studies at the high school level, with her courses of instruction including career education, children's art and literature, foods and nutrition, child development, interior design and human relations. She has also taught physical education courses ranging from kickboxing and weightlifting to Pilates and aerobics.

Roberts received her bachelor's degree in human development from Oregon State University in 1994. She went on to achieve a master of arts in teaching with an emphasis in home economics from Oregon State in 1995.

Roberts served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Houston, Texas, from 1990-92.

Heather and her husband, Jason, are the parents of Manti (28), Micah (24), Mosiah (24) and twins Moroni and Malachi (14).

Southern Virginia University Coaching History

2014-Present—14-36 career record (.280)