Coach Dudley is a 1999 graduate of Woodbridge High School (Woodbridge, VA) where she was a four-year starter and departed as the all-time leading scorer. In 2011, she was named to the Woodbridge High School Athletics Hall of Fame. Coach Dudley received a Division I scholarship to Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. While at LIU, she helped propel her team to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history and faced NCAA powerhouse the University of Connecticut. Coach Dudley left LIU as the all-time leader in six different categories and in 2011 was named to the LIU Athletics Hall of Fame. After college, she went on to coach at the University of Wilmington in North Carolina as an assistant before accepting a teaching and assistant coaching position at her high school alma mater alongside her former head coach, George Washington. In 2011, Coach Dudley became the head girls’ basketball coach at Woodbridge High School. At Woodbridge, she accumulated over 155 wins and appeared in the Virginia 6A State tournament in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. In 2019, the Lady Vikings were District, Regional, and State champions, winning the first girls basketball state championship in school history. Coach Dudley was also named the 2019 Cardinal District Coach of the Year, Regional Coach of the Year, Virginia class 6 Coach of the Year, USA Today Virginia Coach of the Year, and Washington Post All-Met Coach of the Year.