Heather Lee Lillie Stoltz received a bachelor of science degree from Lake Erie College in 1994, with a major in business administration.
As a student, she competed on the softball team three years, while also competing with the volleyball team for two years. During her softball career, Stoltz helped lead Lake Erie to its first-ever National Small College Athletic Association national championship in 1991. She was named a NSCAA All-American for the season. During her freshman year, she posted a 13-2 pitching record.
In addition to her athletic involvement, Stoltz also worked at both men's and women's basketball games, keeping the scorebook as well as statistics. She also assisted with the work-study program in the athletic department for four years and was a pitching coach at both Ledgemont and Perry high schools during her time at Lake Erie College.
Since graduating, Stoltz is now an inside sales rep at Heilind Electronics in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Athletic Hall of Fame Committee recognized all these accomplishments by Heather Lee (Lillie) Stoltz with induction into the Lake Erie College Athletic Hall of Fame on April 25, 2003.