Jordan Nash-Boulden is about to complete her final semester of her career at ASU. Here's a few questions about her time so far at ASU and her future plans.
Jordan is from Cave Creek, Arizona and will graduate in May with a Bachelor's in Exercise & Wellness.
What is your plan after graduation?
J: Attend graduate school to obtain a Master’s degree in Athletic Training.
What is your favorite thing about playing hockey at ASU?
J: My favorite thing about playing hockey at ASU, hands down, has to be my teammates. They’ve become a real family to me, and more than anything I think I’ll miss the road trips and time spent with them when my four years are over. Being able to wear this jersey alongside them, and to represent such a great university both on and off the ice is really something special.
What is your favorite hockey memory from ASU?
J: My favorite so far is probably last year’s 1-0 overtime win over GCU at home, or maybe starting off 6-0 this season. Hopefully there are a few more memorable moments yet to come.
What legacy do you hope to leave behind for ASU Women's Hockey?
J: It’s been special to be here for the first four years, and I hope we've set a solid foundation for the future of the program. If nothing else though, I hope that I’ve made the journey easier for someone else – whether that’s one of my teammates, an incoming player, or one of the younger girls we coach that now sees herself playing college hockey in Arizona, then it's been worth it.
Any advice for younger players or players looking to play at ASU?
J: Always work hard, give back more than you get, and don’t take anything for granted – four years goes by way faster than you’d think.
Thank you to my family, friends, coaches, teammates, and everyone else that has been a part of my journey here at ASU. I've been so lucky to wear the #31 in maroon and gold and to play in front of you all over the last four years. Your support means the world, and I wouldn't be where I am today without you!