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Username Post: Boudreaux Co-Player of the Week        (Topic#19887)
hoops123 
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02-06-17 02:19 PM - Post#220685    

Boudreaux Co-Player of the Week:

http://www.ivyleaguesports.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17...

http://www.dartmouthsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?AT...

Go Evan! Go Big Green!

 
GoBigGreenBasketball 
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Re: Boudreaux Co-Player of the Week
02-06-17 05:31 PM - Post#220709    
    In response to hoops123

He is an excellent player. Very deserving of the award.
"...no excuses - only results!”


 
hoopla 
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02-07-17 07:48 PM - Post#220853    
    In response to GoBigGreenBasketball

POY candidate this year?

 
hoops123 
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02-07-17 09:46 PM - Post#220911    
    In response to hoopla

Hard to beat his effort, consistency, and results in scoring and rebounding. His impact on every game is very high. One of the most versatile players if not the most versatile in the league. And he gets his numbers double and triple teamed every game. He'd get my POY vote!

 
Go Green 
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02-07-17 10:14 PM - Post#220922    
    In response to hoopla

  • hoopla Said:
POY candidate this year?



Probably not with Dartmouth's record.

Hopefully first-team All Ivy, and then perhaps POY later when the team has more wins.

 
Old Bear 
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02-08-17 02:39 PM - Post#221002    
    In response to Go Green

Has there ever been a POY from a team in the lower have of league standings?

 
Go Green 
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02-08-17 03:17 PM - Post#221010    
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  • Old Bear Said:
Has there ever been a POY from a team in the lower have of league standings?



Barnett got POY when Dartmouth finished tied for fourth in 2008-09. Ditto for Austin for Columbia in 2000-01. Those are the only two coming to mind, but I really didn't start paying attention to these things until the 1990s.

Happened a few times in football. Including Dartmouth's Orimolade this past season.

 
hoops123 
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02-08-17 03:43 PM - Post#221014    
    In response to Old Bear

For Dartmouth, they have had two Players of The Year. Haven't researched other schools.

80-81 season Larry Lawrence was POY. Team was 10-16 overall, 3-11 in the Ivy League.

08-09 season Alex Barnett was POY. Team was 9-19 overall, 7-7 in the Ivy League (4th place)

I am sure its happened many other times across the league. If they are voting based on overall league impact (not many teams have/can shut him down) and 10 double/doubles already and his compelling stats (#2 in scoring and #1 in rebounding), Evan has a very good chance at POY. If the voters(coaches) take into account the team performance (I believe its an individual "best player" award and not a team award, so I don't know why they would) then his chances are diminished.

 
Old Bear 
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02-08-17 09:02 PM - Post#221056    
    In response to hoops123

Well, it's way too early for a POY discussion, but I think Spieth's stats compare favorably, over all.

 
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