Oxylent Athlete – Heather Evan
AVP Professional Beach Volleyball
Lives in: Saint Paul, MN
“ Oxylent is an outstanding product, period. It has literally saved me on countless occasions. In our pro beach events, we could easily play upwards of 8 matches in ONE DAY! ”
Oxylent keeps me in the game and allows me to focus on winning
The fluids and nutrients lost out there in the sun and sand is absolutely draining. Oxylent keeps me in the game and allows me to focus on winning as opposed to worrying about my body. In addition to competition, Oxylent fuels me at work. Yes, even pro athletes have other jobs! I cannot afford a sick day and with Oxylent, I am able to maintain my health and be a better employee off the court. It’s been wonderful to finally have a multivitamin I look forward to using. I never did like pills.” ~ Heather Evans
In high school Heather was a three-sport athlete, competing in volleyball, basketball and softball. She was inducted into her high school’s Hall of Fame in 2007. Her college career was spent in Fargo, ND where she played all front row positions and was a primary passer for NDSU. Her teams where three-time conference champions as well as two-time regional champions. NDSU was the 1998 NCAA Division II runner up and quarterfinalists in 1999. She was selected first-team All-Conference and MVP plus All-Tournament Team in various events throughout her career.
“Oxylent fuels me at work. Yes, even pro athletes have other jobs! I cannot afford a sick day and with Oxylent, I am able to maintain my health and be a better employee off the court. It’s been wonderful to finally have a multivitamin I look forward to using.”
Following graduation with a degree in Human Performance and Fitness, she played indoor professionally in Evreux, France for the 2004-05 season. Upon her return to the US in 2005, she knew her professional playing career was not complete. After a short collegiate coaching career and pursuing her master’s degree in Sport and Recreational Studies, she decided to give the pro beach circuit a try and moved to San Diego, CA from the Midwest. It was culture shock to say the least but after just 2 short years of hard work and dedication, she is proudly an American Pro Beach Volleyball player working her way through the rankings with the 2016 Olympic Games in her sights.