|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
|High School:||Leigh HS|
Trudeau appeared in nine of the Tigers 17 games. She took two shots and scored her first career goal against Appalachian State (Nov. 6) in Pacific's 7-2 win at the NorPac Conference Tournament.
Trudeau graduated from Leigh High School in San Jose, Calif. A four-year letterwinner in both field hockey and soccer, Trudeau also earned a letter in track and field for the Longhorns. She was named team and league most valuable player and earned First Team All-CCS in her junior year. Repeating her performance the following year, she swept the honors again and added a First Team All-League in soccer to her resume. Trudeau earned LHS All-Around Female Athlete of the Year award as well as being named a National Merit Scholar and a US Army National Scholar-Athlete.
Emily Trudeau was born in San Jose, Calif. Daughter of Stephen and Michelle Trudeau, she has two siblings: Kiel (23) and Savannah (16). Future plans include earning a Masters degree in speech language pathology en route to working with children as a speech language pathologist. Her hobbies include sports and coaching.
"Emily is a confident goal scorer who is aggressive and quick to the ball. I believe Emily will be a threat inside the offensive 25. She wants the ball and has a nose for the goal."