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Subject: Re: Evan Boudreau leaving Dartmouth


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Date Posted: 20:15:18 11/10/17 Fri
In reply to: YAGreen 's message, "Evan Boudreau leaving Dartmouth" on 15:49:28 11/10/17 Fri

And in looking at the teams web site, there is no information about their game tomorrow? The latest news on the site is related to the hiring of a new assistant coach who replaced a coach who apparently left the team just recently as well.....

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YAGreen
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Date Posted: 20:20:09 11/10/17 Fri

On the plus side, congrats to his mom, an Ivy hoops great, for being named CEO of Anthem.

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Greenhorn
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Date Posted: 22:55:15 11/10/17 Fri

A WEEK AGO he gave an interview to the school paper talking up the team's chances this year.

http://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2017/10/basketball-teams-set-their-sights-on-the-ivy-league-tournament

“First and foremost, we want to make the Ivy League Tournament,” forward Evan Boudreaux ’19 said. “There’s no reason we can’t do it. To be the first team in [Dartmouth men’s basketball] history to go to the [NCAA] tournament since 1959 is doable, especially with the new [Ivy League] tournament.”

Then he announces he's quitting the day before the season starts? Was the goal to inflict as much harm on the program as possible? What kind of "quality kid"/teammate does that?

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Date Posted: 13:10:45 11/11/17 Sat

Greenhorn, you obviously don't know Evan or what goes on behind the scenes. This kid works daily year round on his game, hours a day. Usually alone....He is driven to win and get to the tournament. I have never met a more quality kid in my life. I won't presume to speak for him. I will say that whatever school gets him will get a hardworking, selfless teammate whose only care is winning. Trust me, he will have his choice of top level schools to choose from. As far as Dartmouth Basketball goes? You reap what you sow...

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Greenhorn
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Date Posted: 14:28:23 11/11/17 Sat

If you know what goes on behind the scenes, explain why he made those comments to the paper, and why he announced he was leaving only the day before the season started.

If he doesn't want to be there, or his driven to get to the tournament, obviously he shouldn't stay. But there are other kids who chose Dartmouth in part because he did. Those kids, and the program will be lost without him.

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Date Posted: 16:52:47 11/11/17 Sat

Again, I can't speak for him but what is his choice when asked questions by a reporter? How should he have answered differently that would be taking the high road?

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