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Boudreau commits to BC

October 28th, 2010

No.1 Player for Class of 2012 Commits



Andover's  5'10" junior guard Nicole Boudreau recently verbally committed to play basketball at Boston College.

Reportedly also receiving interest from Stanford and North Carolina, she received offers from six Division 1 school including Southern Florida, Villanova, Quinnipiac, Delaware, Marist and Boston College. Boudreau fell in love with Boston College during an unofficial visit on Oct. 13 commiting on car ride home the school.

Boudreau is coming off a tremendous sophomore season, in which she averaged 19.8 points per game and 6.5 rebounds per game while helping lead Andover to a 25-3 record and the Division 1 state title.

She was named All-Merrimack Valley Conference, losing out on MVC Player of the Year honors to Central Catholic's Katie Zevenitch, who is about to start her freshman season with Boston College.

Boudreau is deadly 3-point shooter, knocking down 88 3-pointers a season ago in just 26 games. That after a freshman season in which she averaged 18.3 points a game, also knocking down 88 3's and earning All-MVC honors.  She is also tremendous passer and has shown outstanding ability to get to the rim and finish in traffic. 

Nicole’s Shooting Stars AAU club coached by Dennis Reed won the Division II National Championship in July.  A team which includes Jane WhiteAshley Clough, Danielle Davis, Katie Protho, Lia Nawn, Colleen Taylor, Rebecca Arnone. Shayla Hubbard, Ceara McNamara and Briana Stoyle.

Andover's backcourt now consists of two Division 1 college players. Boudreau is joined by senior point guard Natalie Gomez-Martinez, who verbally committed to play college basketball at Division 1 Marist College over the summer.


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