Boudreaux, a 6-8 forward from Lake Forest, Illinois, finished the season leading the league in rebounding (9.5 rpg) and ranking second in scoring (17.5 ppg), just as he did a year ago. He also recorded 15 double-doubles, the most by a Big Green player in at least 50 years, three times more than any other Ivy Leaguer this season and tied for the 25th-most among Division I players. Nine times Boudreaux topped 20 points with a season high of 27 twice, and led the Big Green in scoring in 21 of their 27 games. On the glass, he was even more dominant, leading the league by 2.6 rebounds as he topped the team (or shared the lead) in all but two contests.
Within the Ivy League, he averaged a double-double for the season for the second straight year, registering 18.8 points and exactly 10.0 rebounds per game to rank second and first in the two categories, respectively. Twice he was selected Ivy League Player of the Week in the month of February, and he played a key role in both Dartmouth victories over Penn, just the Big Green’s second season sweep of the Quakers since last playing in the NCAA Tournament in 1959.
In two years in Hanover, Boudreaux has scored 950 points in 54 games (the fourth-fastest to 900 ever at Dartmouth) and hauled in 511 rebounds while shooting 44.6 percent from the floor, 37.4 percent from behind the arc and 76.7 percent at the foul line.
The lone Ivy Leaguer on the first team was Princeton’s Steven Cook, while the second team was comprised exclusively of players from the Ancient Eight.
Dartmouth finished the season 7-20 overall and 4-10 in the Ivy League, but was not eliminated from the race for a spot in the inaugural four-team Ivy League Tournament until the final day of the season.
NABC All-District 13
Steven Cook, Princeton
Eric Fanning, Boston University
Nana Foulland, Bucknell
Tim Kempton, Lehigh
Zach Thomas, Bucknell
Bryce Aiken, Harvard
Evan Boudreaux, Dartmouth
Devin Cannady, Princeton
Steven Spieth, Brown
Spencer Weisz, Princeton