The Southeastern Conference 2019 Class of Women's Legends showcases former student-athletes and coaches from all 14 SEC member institutions.
One of four four-time All-SEC competitors in South Carolina volleyball history, Heather Larkin earned first-team honors in 1995, 1996 and 1997. She led the team in kills and hitting percentage in final two seasons while also leading in blocks in 1995 and aces in 1996. She's fifth in school history with 1,293 kills, and stands in top 10 in kills per set, attacks, hitting percentage, solo blocks, block assists, total blocks, blocks per set, points and points per set. Larkin posted 12 block assists during her freshman year in a match against Kentucky, the most ever in a five-set match in program history. She was inducted into the South Carolina Association of Lettermen Hall of Fame in 2012.