JONESBORO, ARK. (11/20/19) – Arkansas State head women’s bowling coach Justin Kostick has announced the signing of Brooklyn Boudreau of Snohomish Washington., to a National Letter of Intent to continue her bowling career with the Red Wolves.

The Snohomish, Wash., native, earned a third-place finish in the 2019 Seattle Queens tournament as she also registered a fifth-place finish at the 2019 National Teen Masters Championships. 

“We’re really excited that Brooklyn is joining our team,” said A-State head bowling coach Kostick. “It will be awesome to have the opportunity to coach someone from my home state. I feel confident that Brooklyn can step right in and compete and help us win some tournaments.”

Boudreau has numerous accomplishments throughout her high school career, including five Junior Bowlers Tour Girls Scratch titles, three Junior Gold appearances in U15 and U17 as she earned a 28th place finish in 2018. She is also a two-time Western Washington Pepsi Section U15G champion. She claimed the National DV8 Shootout U15G title in 2018 as she also took first-place in in the 2018 Cowlitz USBC youth Masters Championships.

Boudreau was named the Washington State 1a/2a Interscholastic Athletics Association Athlete of the Week in 2017 and 2018. She was also a three-time Glacier Peak High School individual district campion as she also earned Bowler of the Year twice. 

Boudreau is a three-time USBA Gift for Life Scholarship Recipient and she was also BOWL4Life Johnny Petreglia Scholarship Recipient in 2018.

She is being raised by Shelia and Dean Buchanan.

Fans can keep up with the Arkansas State women’s bowling team by following the squad on Twitter (@AStateBowling) and by liking the Arkansas State Women’s Bowling page on Facebook.