Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2016-17 winter season, the league office announced Thursday.
The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced its all-district teams for the 2016-17 season, and Dartmouth sophomore Evan Boudreaux was among the players selected for District 13.
Dartmouth sophomore Evan Boudreaux was listed on the All-Ivy League Second Team for the second time in his two seasons with the Big Green.
Sophomore Evan Boudreaux proved his freshman season was no fluke as he was included on the USBWA All-District I Team for the second straight year.
Gail Koziara Boudreaux '82 and Ed Leede '49
Princeton had everything working at Jadwin Gym on Saturday, and Dartmouth had no answers as the Big Green suffered an 85-48 defeat.
Guilien Smith drove for the tie-breaking layup with 52 seconds left, then hit two free throws before the defense fought off a possible game-tying shot, beating Penn at the Palestra.
Dartmouth will attempt to do what it has done just once before — sweep Penn and Princeton on the road — in order to keep its slim hopes of qualifying for the inaugural Ivy League Tournament alive.
The Bulldogs spoiled Senior Night at Leede Arena, surviving 27 points by Evan Boudreaux as the Big Green scored a season-high 86 points.
Brown jumped out to a 20-point lead in the first half then held off the Big Green, which got as close as three points late in the game before succumbing, 80-75.
Dartmouth is just one game out of fourth place but needs two wins this weekend to give itself a solid chance at qualifying for the inaugural Ivy League Tournament.
Evan Boudreaux notched his 12th double-double of the season — the most by a Big Green player in at least 50 years — to help keep Dartmouth in the race for a spot in the Ivy League Tournament.