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Evan

Boudreaux

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#12

Forward
Height: 6'8"
Weight: 220
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Lake Forest, Ill.
High School: Lake Forest

Bio

Career Highs
through the 2016-17 season
  Points 27 three times, last vs. Yale, 2/25/17
  Field Goals 11 vs. Pine Manor, 1/16/16
  FG Attempts 21 at Penn, 2/5/16
  Three-Pointers 4 twice, last vs. Marist, 11/26/16
  3FG Attempts 7 four times, last vs. Cornell, 2/17/17
  Free Throws 10 three times, last vs. Brown, 2/24/17
  FT Attempts 15 vs. Brown, 2/24/17
  Off. Rebounds 6 at Cornell, 2/19/16
  Def. Rebounds 12 three times, last at Brown, 2/24/17
  Rebounds 18 at Cornell, 2/19/16
  Assists 4 at LIU Brooklyn, 12/18/16
  Turnovers 7 at Penn, 2/5/16
  Blocks 2 six times, last at Penn, 3/3/17
  Steals 4 vs. Canisius, 1/12/16
  Minutes 40 at Brown, 2/26/16

SOPHOMORE (2016-17)
USBWA All-District I Team for the second straight year ... also named to the NABC All-District 13 Second Team ... All-Ivy League Second Team for the second straight year ... Dartmouth’s A.D. “Dolly” Stark Award winner as the team MVP ...  led the Ivy League in rebounding (9.5 rpg) and was second in scoring (17.5 ppg) ... averaged a double-double in conference play (18.8 ppg, 10.0 rpg) ... ranked as the 13th-most complete player in college basketball for 2016-17 by Bleacher Report ... Academic All-Ivy ... reached 900 career points in 52 games, the fourth-fastest in Dartmouth history ... registered 15 double-doubles, second only to Rudy LaRusso’s 22 in 1959 for a single season ... led the Big Green in scoring in 21 of the 27 games and on the glass in 25 contests ... scored in double figures in all but one game ... also led the team in blocked shots and tied for the lead in steals ... played at least 28 minutes in every game, and 30 or more in 24 contests ... opened the season with 14 points and 11 boards at eventual Atlantic-10 champion Rhode Island ... matched a career high with four 3-pointers while posting a double-double (17, 10) against Marist ... topped 20 points for the first of nine times with 21 on 7-of-13 shooting at Longwood ... put up 23 points at Boston College with a trio of triples ... added 23 more two games later at Hartford ... dished out a career-best four assists in the first Dartmouth win of the year, 82-68 at LIU Brooklyn ... gave the Green the lead for good with a 3-point play with 6:01 to play in the 75-69 victory at Bryant ... fifth double-double of the year (15, 10) helped Dartmouth nip New Hampshire on New Year’s Eve, 63-62 ... snared a season-high 14 rebounds three times in a five-game stretch to start the new year ... accuracy from the floor improved greatly in conference play, knocking down 50.3 percent of his shots ... continued to enjoy playing Cornell, producing 23 points and 14 rebounds in Ithaca, then matched a personal best with 27 points in the return game in Hanover ... received Ivy League Player of the Week and DartmouthSports.com Male Athlete of the Week with two double-doubles during the Princeton-Penn weekend, first scoring 21 points on 8-of-14 shooting with three trifectas and grabbing 12 rebounds in a five-point loss to the eventual league champion Tigers, then dropping 18 points with 11 boards in a 74-71 win over Penn ... drilled 9-of-14 from the floor with three 3-pointers, plus brought down 13 rebounds in a 77-74 win at Brown ... after his 27-point outburst versus Cornell, enjoyed his 12th double-double (12, 11) in the 80-79 overtime triumph over Columbia while hitting a key trey with 13 seconds left in the extra period, garnering Ivy League Player of the Week honors a second time ... dropped 25 points with 10 caroms in second meeting with Brown, then matched career high with 27 points on 10-of-18 shooting with 12 rebounds on Senior Day versus Yale ... to complete the season sweep of Penn, chipped in 16 points and 12 boards in the 76-74 victory ... hit 24 of his last 41 field goals (.585) over the final three contests.

FRESHMAN (2015-16)
Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... All-Ivy League Second Team ... USBWA All-District I Team ... A.D. “Dolly” Stark Award winner as team MVP ...  tied a league record by earning Rookie of the Week honors eight times ... started first 27 games before missing the season finale with an injury ... finished second in the league in scoring average (17.7 ppg), making him one of two to break the Ivy freshman record ... ninth nationally in scoring among freshmen ... third in the conference in rebounds (9.4 rpg) and fourth among freshman at the Division I level ... only other freshman to match those two averages was the first pick in the NBA draft, Ben Simmons ... set eight Dartmouth single-season freshman records ... also was fourth in free throw percentage (.828) and minutes played (32.1) ... averaged a double-double in Ivy play at 20.2 points and a league-high 10.8 rebounds ... first Big Green player in seven years to average over 20 points a game in conference play ... also shot 87.8 percent at the foul line in Ancient Eight games, second to only teammate Taylor Johnson ... his 140 free throws are the eighth-most in program history ... led Dartmouth in scoring 19 times and rebounding on 21 occasions, including his last 12 games in a row ... scored in double figures 24 times, and his last 18 games consecutively ... topped 20 points 10 times ... his 10 double-doubles were the most by any Big Green player in 23 years ... 22 of his 28 three-pointers came against Ivy League competition ... immediately made his presence known on the court by putting up 25 points at Seton Hall in the season opener ... registered his first double-double the next time on the court at Marist with 16 points and 12 boards ... put up 18 points and 13 rebounds in a 10-point win at Maine, going 8-for-8 at the free throw line, his most makes without a miss during the season ... began his 18-game streak in double figures with 17 points to help thump Longwood, 78-54 ... on New Year’s Eve, tallied 16 points and 13 rebounds while blocking two shots for a third time in a two-point loss at Bryant ... second 20-point effort came at Harvard in the Ivy opener with 21 to go with 10 boards ... hit two triples in a game for the first time as well ... had 19 points while chipping in season highs of four steals and three assists in an 80-69 triumph over Canisius to avenge the 2015 Dartmouth CIT loss ... needed just 14 minutes to score 25 points in a mid-season tune-up against Pine Manor, hitting 11-of-14 field goals ... contributed 18 points and 13 caroms to the 63-50 home win over Harvard ... boasted 24 points and 16 rebounds against Cornell at Leede Arena ... amassed a season-high 27 points in the next outing at Penn ... had three straight games of at least 20 points and 10 boards with the Big Green winning two of those games ... the last one featured 22 points and 18 rebounds — a Dartmouth freshman record and the most by a Big Green player in 17 years — in the 78-66 win at Cornell ... hit 10 three-pointers in his final four games ... was a perfect 3-for-3 from distance while scoring 20 in a one-point overtime defeat at Brown ... drilled a season-high four treys to help beat Penn, 72-64 ... had 26 points and 13 rebounds in the game as well.

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year starter and two-time captain for Lake Forest ... graduated among the all-time statistical leaders for the state of Illinois in career field goals (703, ninth), free throws (496, ninth) and rebounds (1,296, seventh) ... Lake Forest’s all-time leading scorer with 2,076 points and led the Scouts to a regional championship as a senior with a 28-3 record while ranking second in the state with a 24.8-point scoring average and first with a 13.6-rebound average ... consensus all-state first-teamer who finished third in the State of Illinois voting for Player of the Year ... invited to the Nike Elite Camp, the Reebok Top 100 camp and the NBA Players Association Top 100 camp ... twice started for Team NLP in the 17U AAU National Division I Tournament, leading the team to the championship as a 16-year old ... Illinois State Scholar.

PERSONAL
Born on Jan. 23, 1997 in Bellevue, Washington ... son of Terry and Gail has an older brother, Chris, who was a member of the Class of 2015 ... mother was in the Dartmouth Class of 1982, earning the Ivy League Player of the Year award three times and All-America honors, plus was four-time shot put Ivy champion ... father played lacrosse at the University of Georgia ... has thoughts of majoring in history ... enjoys fishing, golfing and video games.

Boudreaux’s Career Statistics
Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct. 3G-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg
2015-16 27-27 867-32.1 155-341 .455 28-69 .406 140-169 .828 64-190 254-9.4 72-3 31 70 7 22 478-17.7
2016-17 27-27 903-33.4 166-378 .439 37-105 .352 103-148 .696 56-201 257-9.5 59-1 26 81 14 21 472-17.5
Totals 54-54 1770-32.8 321-719 .446 65-174 .374 243-317 .767 120-391 511-9.5 131-4 57 151 21 43 950-17.6
 
Ivy League Statistics Only
Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct. 3G-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg
2015-16 13-13 464-35.7 84-190 .442 22-46 .478 72-82 .878 33-107 140-10.8 34-2 17 39 1 9 262-20.2
2016-17 14-14 478-34.1 97-193 .503 20-51 .392 49-73 .671 31-109 140-10.0 28-0 14 45 9 8 263-18.8
Totals 27-27 942-34.9 181-383 .473 42-97 .433 121-155 .781 64-116 280-10.4 62-2 31 84 10 17 525-19.4
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Brick & Brew Athletes of the Week - 02-08-17
ATOTW 2-17-16
Highlights: Evan Boudreaux, Ivy League Rookie of the Week, Feb. 15, 2016