Stacy Boudreau enters her 16th season as head volleyball coach at UW-Whitewater in 2020.

Boudreau led the Warhawks to the 2005 NCAA Division III championship and two other top-three national finishes, and ranks 10th among active NCAA Division III coaches in career winning percentage and 15th among Division III coaches all time through the 2018 season.

Since Boudreau joined the program in 2005, UW-Whitewater has claimed six Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles and six conference tournament championships while making 14 NCAA Tournament appearances in 15 years. In 2015, Boudreau earned her 400th career win and the team hosted an eight-team NCAA Regional for the first time since 2002. In 2016, the team swept the WIAC regular season and tournament championships and hosted an eight-team NCAA Regional for the second straight season. In 2018, Boudreau earned her 400th career victory at the helm of the Warhawk volleyball program, and in 2019, she achieved her 500th career win as a head coach on her way to leading the Warhawks to the outright WIAC regular season title.

The Warhawks have earned 70 All-WIAC merits, 38 all-region accolades and 30 All-America honors under Boudreau’s leadership. Four different student-athletes have been named WIAC Volleyball Judy Kruckman Scholar-Athlete.

In her first season (2005), Boudreau led the Warhawks to a 40-4 record, a share of the the WIAC regular season title and the program’s second-ever national championship. She was selected as the 2005 Tachikara/AVCA Division III National Coach of the Year. One year later, she led the Warhawks to a 35-7 record and a third-place finish in the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championship.

In 2007, Boudreau’s squad finished 36-5 and finished as national runner-up at the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championships.

Boudreau came to UW-Whitewater in July 2005 from Iowa Wesleyan College, where she had been the head volleyball coach for three seasons.

In addition to her coaching duties at UW-Whitewater, Boudreau also serves as a health, exercise science and physical education instructor. Boudreau and her husband, Chad, have four children.