2009 AP Honorable Mention All-American
2009 USBWA Honorable Mention All-American
2009 All-SEC First Team (AP and Coaches)
2009 SEC All-Tournament Team
As a Professional:
Was drafted with the No. 20 overall pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft to the Sacramento Monarchs... Played four career games with the Monarchs, also participated in training camp with the New York Liberty... Played overseas with Utex Row Rybnik (Poland), Botasspor Adana (Turkey) and Helios (Switzerland).
As a Senior (2008-09):
Named Associated Press and USBWA Honorable Mention All-American ... Selected for All-SEC First Team by the AP and the coaches... Named to SEC All-Tournament Team... Named SEC Player of the Week on Dec. 08, 2008... Member of the 2008 Miami Holiday Tournament Team... Named MVP for the 2008 Miami Holiday Tourney... Finished her career as Auburn's all-time assists leader with 603... Ranked second all-time in assist average with 5.9 per game, is also fifth all-time in free throw percentage (.777) ... Started in 29 of 32 games... Played a total of 1,102 minutes, averaging 33.4 minutes per game... Led Auburn with 262 assists, ranking second all-time at Auburn in single-season assists... Led the nation in assists per game (7.9) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.65)... Notched 11 10-assists games, dishing out a career-high 13 against Duquesne on Dec. 29, 2008... Scored 369 points, averaging 11.2 points per game... Scored 20 points against Kentucky on Feb. 12, 2009... Led Auburn in steals with 63... Notched eight double-doubles, giving her 11 on her career ... Totaled 153 rebound, with a 4.6 rebounding average... On Dec. 5, 2013 she tallied 10 rebounds against Sam Houston State... Is one of just two AU players ever to tally a triple-double, doing so with 13 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds against Sam Houston State... Was a Nancy Lieberman Award Finalist.
As a Junior (2007-08):
Scored in 67 of 70 career games ... Assisted on at least one play in 69 of 70 games on career (assisted on five or more plays in 35 career games); led Auburn in assists in 45 career games ... Voted SEC Player of the Week after Buckeye Classic (Nov. 26) ... Named MVP of Buckeye Classic after averaging 16.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists ... Grabbed a career-best six steals vs. Detroit ... Turned in sixth straight double-digit scoring effort vs. Ohio State with a season high 20 points; led team with season best 10 rebounds ... Earned second double-double of the season, third of career, vs. Ohio State with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
As a Sophomore (2006-07):
Led Auburn in assists with a 4.8 average...Second on the sophomore record books with 158 assists and fourth on the career record books for assist average - 4.7...Averaged 10.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.5 assists in post-season play...Scored in 57 of 59 career games...Assisted on at least one play in all 59 games in her career...Dished out a career best 12 assists versus Alabama marking the first time since Jan. 2, 1991, that an Auburn player had 12 assists (Chantel Tremitiere vs. New Hampshire)...Led Auburn for the second time this year at #8 LSU with 14 points, six rebounds and five assists; the only player to score in double figures...Returned to the starting lineup at Florida and netted a career-high 21 points; 11 from the free-throw line...Turned in a then-career best 11 assists at Miami; Earned spot on Miami Holiday All-Tournament team after averaging 8.0 assists, 5.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game...Grabbed a career best 11 rebounds against Jacksonville State.
As a Freshman (2005-06):
Scored 10 points in win over South Carolina in SEC Tournament...Had six assists and five rebounds in loss at Georgia...Returned to the team to contribute 10 points, six assists and no turnovers in win over Florida...Had seven rebounds and four assists in loss to Vanderbilt...Grabbed seven rebounds in loss at Florida...Had five points and seven assists in win over Alabama...Scored 14 points and added five rebounds and five assists in win at Kentucky...Dished out eight assists in loss at Arkansas...Had eight points and six assists in loss to LSU...Scored 13 points and added eight assists in win over Loyola...Contributed a career-high 18 points, eight rebounds and five steals in win over Louisiana-Lafayette...Scored 16 points in win over Western Carolina...Scored 15 points in loss at Chattanooga...Grabbed six rebounds and had four assists in first four minutes vs. Xavier...Scored 10 first-half points and dished out a career-best seven assists in win over Jacksonville State...Named to the Duke Classic All-Tournament Team...Earned first career start and scored 10 points in loss at Duke...Scored 11 points and added five rebounds in win over George Mason...Scored six points and added three assists in win at Buffalo...Played 25 minutes in collegiate debut scoring two points and two assists in loss at Kent State.
Boddie was named the 2005 Miss Alabama while playing for Florence High School...Was honored as the Alabama Sports Writers Association 6A Player of the Year in 2004...Also honored by the ASWA as a member of the Super Five and was a member of the 5A All-State First Team...In 2004, she was also named to the All-South Honorable Mention team by the Orlando Sentinel...Averaged 20.2 points, 11.0 rebounds and 10.0 assists per game playing for Norman Lemaster at Florence...Also played tennis soccer and softball.
Full name is Whitney Erinn Boddie ... Birthday is Jan. 23 ... Parents are Otis and the late Daphne Boddie ... Siblings are Aftan, Stedman and Chynna ... Father played basketball at North Alabama ... Earned her degree in psychology.