Former Razorback Audrey Bordeleau returned to the Arkansas Razorbacks as an assistant coach on Sept. 22, 2010. Bordeleau, who is from Quebec City, Quebec, was a six time participant in the Canadian National Junior Championship, finishing ninth in 2003. She lettered at Arkansas from 2005-08.
Bordeleau was one of the first signees for head coach Michael Hegarty when he took over the program just prior to the 2004 season. She played in the middle of the lineup and helped Arkansas improve from 8-13 the year before she arrived to 11-11 in 2005, 10-11 in 2006, 11-11 in 2007 and 18-10 in 2008. The 2008 club won the Southeastern Conference's Western Division title and advanced to the round of eight in the NCAA Tournament, matching the best performance in school history.
As a senior, Bordeleau was 17-8 in singles and a team-leading 22-3 in doubles, helping Arkansas record wins over six teams ranked in the top 20. In the NCAA Tournament, the Razorbacks knocked off No. 46 Wake Forest, 4-0, No. 14 North Carolina in Chapel Hill, 4-3, and No. 2 Georgia, 4-2, before losing to No. 7 UCLA, 4-0.
Bordeleau was 15-14 as a freshman, 15-7 as a sophomore and 10-11 as a junior for a career record of 57-40. She also helped the 2006 team earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament, which was Arkansas' first appearance since 2001.
A team captain on the court, off the court, she was a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, was named to the 2008 SEC Community Service Team and participated in several community service projects, including the Sweat Hogs, Lift Up America and with Arkansas Athletes Outreach. She earned her bachelor's in business administration in 2008. Since graduating, she has worked with the Razorbacks as a volunteer assistant coach, as a student-athlete academic counselor and as a club pro at Fayetteville Athletic Club.