Teddi Botteron (Wright)
Thunder Bay Alumni
Teddi has been playing volleyball since she was 8 years old and has played competitively since she was 12. Teddi played all 4 years on her high school varsity volleyball team where she was a 4 year varsity letter recipient. She finished her 2 years of college competition as the starting setter at Pasco-Hernando State College. Here freshman season in college, Pasco-Hernando had one of the best seasons in school history. First, they won their regional tournament, and as a freshman setter, Teddi was honored with being selected to the District P All-Tournament Team. Also, they qualified to attend the NJCAA DII National Tournament where they finished 8th in the Nation. Teddi finished her freshman year ranked 1st in the nation in total assists. During her sophomore season, PHSC once again won the regional championship going undefeated. Teddi was honored to be named to the region All-Tournament Team as well as being named the tournament MVP. Again, they qualified for the NJCAA DII National Tournament where they finished 11th and Teddi was honored to be selected as NJCAA DII All American second team. Teddi ended her sophomore season first in the nation in with assists per set with 11.30 assist. High school accomplishments: 4 year varsity player, team captain 2012, 2013 and 2014, led high school to first regional tournament play, 2012 and 2014 volleyball Most Valuable Player, 2013 Volleyball Coaches award, 2014 ASICS Sound Mind and Body scholarship recipient.