Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
High School
McNally Composite HS

2011 First-Team All-SEC
2011 SEC Player of the Week (Sept. 26, Oct. 3)
2011 Soccer America Women’s National Team of the Week (Sept. 28, Oct. 5)
2011 LSWA Louisiana Player of the Year
2011 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2008 U-20 Women’s World Cup Participant
2007 Soccer Buzz Third-Team Freshman All-American
2007 Soccer Buzz Central Region All-Freshman Team
2007 SEC All-Freshman Team
2007 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2006 U-20 Women’s World Cup Participant

One of the leading scorers in the history of the LSU Soccer program during her five-year career from 2007-11 … Received a redshirt during her true sophomore season in 2008 while representing Canada at the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup in Chile … Started 87 of 90 games in her four seasons with the Tigers … Ranked No. 2 in program history in career starts and appearances … Scored a total of 21 goals, 19 assists and 61 points during her collegiate career … Finished her career in a tie for No. 4 in career assists, No. 8 in career points and No. 9 in career goals on LSU’s all-time scoring list … Set career single-season highs with 12 goals and 30 points during her senior season in 2011 … Ranked No. 8 in both scoring categories on LSU’s all-time single-season ranking … Helped build the foundation of a program that won four SEC Western Division championships and made four NCAA Tournament appearances during her career in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011 … Also helped guide the Tigers to three second-place finishes in the SEC season standings in 2008, 2009 and 2011 … Helped lead the Tigers to a 62-29-20 overall record with a 36-16-13 mark against SEC opponents during her five-year career in Baton Rouge … Became the sixth LSU Tiger to earn First-Team All-SEC honors with her performance during a senior season in 2011.

Wrapped up her collegiate career as one of the most prolific scorers in all of college soccer during her senior season in 2011 … Helped the Tigers claim their fourth SEC Western Division championship and at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament in five seasons … Was also the catalyst in the Tigers earning a runner-up finish in the final SEC standings for the third time in four seasons with a 13-8-1 overall record and 8-3 mark for 24 points in league play … Started 21 of 22 games on the season while playing as both a forward and midfielder … Scored a career-high 12 goals and 30 points as one of the leading scorers in the SEC for the 2011 season … Tied for No. 3 in goals scored and No. 6 in points scored among offensive stars in the SEC in 2011 … Added six assists on the campaign … Was the SEC’s leading scorer in conference play with nine goals and 22 points in 11 league matches during the regular season … Scored a team-leading six game-winning goals on the year to tie for the No. 3 spot on LSU’s all-time list for game-winning goals in a single-season … Scored perhaps the most historic goal in program history with the game-winner in a 1-0 shutout of 13th-ranked Florida in a match played in Gainesville on Oct. 23 … Gave the Tigers their first victory over the Gators in team history … Netted the game-winning goal in a historic 1-0 shutout of the Oregon Ducks on Sept. 9 before a record crowd of 2,542 fans on opening night of the new LSU Soccer Stadium … Added four other game-winning goals in SEC play in wins over Mississippi State (5-1), Ole Miss (3-2), Georgia (2-1) and Arkansas (3-0) … Was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week and a member of the Soccer America Women’s National Team of the Week for the first time on Sept. 26 after scoring four goals and one assist in a weekend sweep of Mississippi State and Ole Miss … Scored a season-high two goals in each match against the Bulldogs and Rebels … Followed with a second selection as the SEC Offensive Player of the Week and member of the Soccer America Women’s National Team of the Week on Oct. 3 after scoring the game-winning goal and adding an assist in LSU’s 2-1 win over Georgia … Also scored goals in matches against Houston, Oklahoma, Alabama and South Carolina … Assisted Kellie Murphy’s game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Houston … Added assists in matches against Kentucky and Arkansas during the SEC season … Honored for her performance with a First-Team All-SEC selection for the first time in her collegiate career … Also honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as the Louisiana Player of the Year and a First-Team All-Louisiana selection following the regular season … Attempted 84 shots with 36 shots on goal on the campaign … Earned her fourth varsity letter with the Tigers.

A leader of one of the SEC’s premier defensive units in 2010 … Started all 21 matches at center back during her junior campaign … Helped lead an LSU back line that posted an impressive 0.72 goals against average to rank No. 3 in the SEC for 2010 … Also helped lead a defensive unit that surrendered jus 16 goals in 21 matches on the year to tie a program single-season record for goals allowed … Showed her prowess on corner kicks and free kicks throughout the 2010 campaign … Scored one goal and recorded four assists on the year for six points … Netted the game-winning goal on a 20-yard free kick from the top of the box in a dominating 6-2 win over Mississippi State on Oct. 17 … Assisted on a pair of corner kick goals by Kellie Murphy during the season, including the first goal of the match in a 2-1 win over Auburn on Oct. 3 and the game-winning goal in a 1-0 shutout of Arkansas in the team’s regular-season finale on Oct. 29 … Recorded an assist on Kaley Blades’ game-tying goal against Wake Forest on Sept. 3 following a 40-yard free kick … Also credited with an assist on Addie Eggleston’s game-winning goal in a 1-0 overtime win over Tennessee in the first round of the SEC Tournament, sending the Tigers to the SEC semifinal for the third year in a row … Earned her third varsity letter.

Saw action in 23 of 24 matches during the 2009 campaign … Cracked the starting lineup in 21 matches on the year … Played mostly as a center midfielder for the Tigers, while also dropping back into the defensive back line late in the season … Scored five goals and two assists for 12 points during her junior season … Was LSU’s third-leading scorer in conference play with four goals and one assist for nine points in 11 SEC matches … Scored her first goal of the season in LSU’s 4-0 shutout of UL-Lafayette on Sept. 13 … Also scored goals against Georgia on Sept. 25, Alabama on Oct. 2, Mississippi State on Oct. 18 and Arkansas on Oct. 30 … LSU posted a perfect 5-0 mark in games in which Boudreau scored a goal … Converted her only penalty kick attempt of the season in the Tigers’ 3-0 win over Alabama … Attempted 48 total shots with 22 shots on goal on the year … Recorded a season-high five shots against Ole Miss on Oct. 16 and a season-high three shots on goal against South Florida on Sept. 6 … Did not play against Southern Miss early in the season due to injury … Earned her second varsity letter.

Received a redshirt during the 2008 season while preparing for the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Chile … Cracked the starting lineup in Canada’s opening match of group play against Japan on Nov. 20 … Team was eliminated from the competition after finishing third in Group C with a 1-2 record and three points.

One of the SEC’s bright young stars in 2007 … Cracked the starting lineup in all 24 matches during her rookie season … Was one of seven Tigers to start all 24 matches in 2007 … Played primarily as a center midfielder … Was named a Freshman All-American by Soccer Buzz Magazine … One of the top freshmen in the Central Region as she was named to the Soccer Buzz Central Region All-Freshman Team … Was also named to the SEC All-Freshman Team for her outstanding performance … Was also a first-team selection on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-Louisiana Soccer Team … Finished the season with three goals, seven assists and 13 points … Scored her first career goal in LSU’s 4-1 win over Miami on Sept. 8 … Also helped the Tigers defeat sixth-ranked Tennessee by a 3-0 margin on Oct. 5 after scoring the second goal of the match … Scored the team’s only goal in a 1-1 draw with Kentucky on Oct. 21 … Recorded a pair of assists against both Miami and McNeese State … Assisted on Rachel Yepez’s overtime goal in a 1-0 win over Arkansas on Nov. 2 to clinch LSU’s first ever SEC Western Division championship … Attempted 58 total shots with 27 shots on goal on the year … Followed an outstanding freshman season by joining the full Canadian National Team for a training camp in Oxnard, Calif., in December 2007 … Qualified for the U-20 Women’s World Cup as Canada won the team title at the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championships in Puebla, Mexico … Earned her first varsity letter.

One of the more accomplished young talents in Canada … Earned extensive international experience while competing with various Canadian national teams in her young career … A highly-touted and versatile midfielder who impressed the coaching staff of the Under-20 Canadian National Team with her technical prowess … Competed as a member of the U-20 Canadian National Team for more than a year … Represented her country in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Moscow, Russia, in the summer of 2006 … Earned a start in two of Canada’s three matches in the World Cup against Finland and Nigeria … Saw action in seven friendly matches in preparation for the World Cup against such nation’s as Australia, China, Finland and Mexico … Involved with Canada’s national developmental program while competing for the U-18, U-16 and U-15 national teams … Guided her Alberta Provincial All-Star Team to a silver medal at the U-18 level at the 2006 Canada Summer Games … Has also enjoyed great success at the club level as a member of such club teams as Edmonton Angels Soccer Club, Edmonton Strikers Soccer Club and Sherwood Park Rangers Soccer Club … Most recently competed for the Edmonton Angels under the direction of head coach John Pino … Led the Sherwood Park Rangers to the gold medal at the U-16 Canadian Club National Championships in 2003 … Has been a three-time participant at the Canada All-Star National Championships while guiding her club team to a pair of bronze medals … Coached at the high school level by Shannon Maloney-Savage at McNally Composite High School … Named Rookie of the Year for her high school team in 2005.

Full name is Taryne Jeannie Boudreau … Born on Sept. 21, 1989 … Daughter of Rick and Audra Boudreau … Has an older sister, Deidra, and a younger sister, Chelsey … A product of McNally Composite High School in her hometown of Sherwood Park, Alberta … Majoring in sports administration.


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