Jodi Boudreaux

Number: 20
Position: Opposite Hitter
Class: Sophomore
Height: 5’11”
Major: Liberal Studies
Hometown: Alturas, CA
Previous School: Modoc High School

High School: Boudreaux played four years of volleyball, basketball, and softball at Modoc High School. She earned all-league, MVP, and team captain volleyball honors. She also received the Competitive Greatness volleyball award, and her team was Shasta-Cascade co-league champions in 2013. She received all-tournament, tournament MVP, defensive MVP, all-league, team captain, and MVP basketball honors. Her softball honors include receiving the Coaches’ Award and being named to the all-league team. She is a California Scholastic Federation lifetime member and was on the honor roll for four years. She received scholar-athlete and academic all-league honors.

Personal: Jodi is the daughter of Bruce and Kerrey Boudreaux. Her hobbies include being outdoors and being active (horseback riding, quad riding, camping, etc.), being with her family and friends, painting, reading, watching movies, and listening/singing to country music. Her career goal is to become a teacher.

Reason for coming to Simpson: "I first heard of Simpson when my cousin attended a few years back and she loved it. Then the Simpson softball team came and put on a clinic in town and I loved the kind of people they were and the small Christian community Simpson offers. Everything fell into place when it came time to select a college and I feel like Simpson is where I'm meant to be."