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.