BILL HEITHOLT

HEITHOLT, ARTHUR WILLIAM 'BILL'

Hometown:  Quincy, IL

Bill Heitholt

CATEGORY   TOTAL   1952 1953 1954 1955
YEAR     Fr. So. Jr. Sr.
POSITION     F/G F/G F/G F/G
HEIGHT     6'3 6'3 6'3 6'3
WEIGHT       178 195 190
JERSEY            
Games Played/Started 64/   28/ 18/ 16/ 2/
Points 143   43 59 39 2
   Per Game 2.3   1.4 3.3 2.4 1.0
Rebounds            
   Per Game            
FG: Attempts            
       Made 41   14 16 11 0
       Percent            
FT: Attempts 103   33 40 27 3
       Made 59   15 27 15 2
       Percent 57.3   45.5 67.5 55.6 66.7
Production Points/Game            
Production Points/Minute            

1952:  Lettered.  Played 1 game on Olympic team (did not score).

1953:  Lettered.

1954:  Lettered.

Lettered in Baseball (outfielder)

2003 Media Guide shows him scoring only 37 points in '54.

Quincy Blue Devils Hall of Fame.

Heitholt was Maryvilleís athletic director from 1976-82, becoming the first person to officially have that title. As director, coach and recruiter, he truly laid the foundation for Maryvilleís program of today. Under his leadership, Maryville joined the NCAA III in 1978.  Maryville University, St. Louis

Former Rosedale coach honored, 9/28/2006

Kent William Heitholt was born on January 4th 1953 in Lawrence, Kansas while his father, Bill Heitholt was playing basketball for the University of Kansas Jayhawks. Later Kent, Bill, Do (Kentís mother), and Jim (Kentís brother) moved to St. Louis where Bill taught gym at John Burroughs private school, this gave the opportunity for the two Heitholt boys to receive better educations.  Kent was murdered November 1, 2001 

Bill and Do Heitholt live in Cuba, Missouri and Bill plays golf everyday, while Do works as an account executive.