A striker, Heinemann was signed by Whitecaps FC on January 23 2013. Over two MLS seasons with the Columbus Crew, he appeared in 29 matches and registered three goals and one assist.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
2012: Heinemann played his second season in MLS. He sat out the regular season due to injury, but returned to play one MLS Cup playoff match. 2011: Heinemann played in his debut MLS season with the Columbus Crew in 2011, when he appeared in 28 matches and registered three goals and one assist.
UNITED STATES SOCCER FEDERATION DIVISION 2 PRO LEAGUE
2010: Following the conclusion of the 2010 USL-2 regular season, Heinemann was loaned to the Carolina RailHawks of the USSF Division 2 Pro League. During the 2010 USSF Division 2 season, he appeared in 12 matches and registered six goals, helping the RailHawks become 2010 NASL Conference Champions.
UNITED SOCCER LEAGUES SECOND DIVISION
2010: Heinemann played in his second season for the Battery. In 20 matches, he registered seven goals and five assists, while helping the Battery capture the 2010 USL-2 League championship. 2009: Heinemann played his first season with Charleston Battery of the USL-2. In 19 matches played, Heinemann netted two goals.
UNITED SOCCER LEAGUES PREMIER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
2008: In his third season with the St. Louis Lions, Heinemann registered 13 goals in 15 matches. 2007: In his second season with the Lions, Heinemann registered 14 goals and one assist in 14 matches. 2006: In his debut season with the Lions, he registered eight goals in seven matches.
2008: In 2008, Heinemann played in his second season with Rockhurst University. He registered 10 goals and five assists in 19 matches. As a result of his efforts, he was again named to the NSCAA NCAA Division II Men’s All-America team. 2007: In his sophomore year, Heinemann appeared in 20 matches, registering 15 goals and six assists. As a result of his efforts, he was named to the NSCAA NCAA Division II Men’s All-America team.
Married to wife Katrina. The son of Janet and Tom Heinemann and has as two sisters, Maggie and Karliee. Always looking to give back, Heinemann has been running a summer soccer camp in his native St. Louis since he was 11 years old.