Heidi Burge Horton
Former Collegiate, USA Basketball Team Player, WNBA Player for the LA Sparks and Washington D.C. Mystics 1989-2000 and Coach.
Currently President and Head Coach of Hoops-School, a premier Youth Basketball Training organization in West Houston (2000 to present).
Until 2008, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records with twin sister Heather, as tallest female identical twins in the world.
Currently resides in Houston where she is an Orthopedic Massage and Physio-Therapist.
Directs and Coaches Basketball clinics for boys and girls through http://www.hoops-school.com
Until 2009, operated her own Non-Profit Organization, Heidi’s Hoops for Hope, to benefit inner city and less fortunate schools with free basketball camps (’99-’09).
Is the subject of the Disney cable movie Double Teamed, based on her and her twin’s life story (2002).
Speaks 6 languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Greek and Hungarian.
Played Professional Basketball for the LA Sparks and Washington Mystics WNBA teams (1997-’99).
Played Professional Basketball overseas for 7 seasons
Graduated from the University of Virginia in 1993 with Bachelors degrees in Spanish and Rhetoric and Communication Studies (Liberal Arts).
Appeared in 3 NCAA Division I Final Four Championships (1990, 1991, 1992).
Led the Virginia Cavaliers to 3 ACC Championship Titles (1990, 1991, 1993).
Was an GTE Academic All-American in college.
Was a National Honor Society (NHS) and California Scholarship Federation (CSF) member in High School.
Builds strong basketball skills and good character in kids.
Is a powerful motivational and educational speaker.