Princeton head coach Sean Driscoll has named Kelly Boudreau assistant coach for the women’s soccer program for the 2016 campaign.

Boudreau comes with Driscoll to Princeton from Fairfield, where she was a standout player for the Stags before graduating with a B.S. in finance in 2012. While working on her MBA at Fairfield, Boudreau served for two seasons as a graduate assistant coach for the women’s soccer program before becoming an assistant coach in 2014. Boudreau helped the team achieve a record of 37-17-7 during her three years as a coach. Among her duties, she served as the team’s goalkeeping coach and oversaw the program’s strength and conditioning efforts.

As a player at Fairfield, Boudreau was a four-year starting goalkeeper, earning MAAC Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2011 and twice earning Academic All-MAAC honors. She ended her career as the program’s all-time leader in saves (396), shutouts (36), and goals-against average (0.89) while starting 80 games, the third-most in program history. She also finished her career with top-three single-season totals in shutouts, goals-against average and saves.