Max Heppell is a third-year outside hitter for the Heat men's volleyball team, and for all three seasons of Heppell's career he has been a focal point of the team's offense. The third-year management student is nearing the 500 career kill mark, he is currently sitting at 477 while averaging 2.7 points per set over the course of his 197 total sets played.
He tallied 21 kills in his sophomore campaign for his career-high and the Langley product was outstanding in the Heat's final match of the 2019-20 season when he posted a line of 16 kills, three aces, eight digs, and a block as the Heat took down the Dinos in four sets in a road win.
Heppell is a leader and is keen on helping head coach Brad Hudson build a Heat culture.
“I chose UBCO because of the opportunity to not only grow myself and my volleyball skills but to hopefully make a difference within the volleyball and sports programs at the school.”
UBC Okanagan or UBCO?
Coffee or Tea?
The Song that has to be played on your warmup playlist?
Monster by skillet
Blue or white? What is your preferred uniform colour to wear?
White because it looks clean
Favourite place to study?
Favourite Heat sport to watch?
Would you rather write a final exam or a 10-page paper?
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