Green Wave wins the First NBC Cup in victory
Randy LeBlanc gets his second straight win on the mound, Bowen Woodson makes great plays at second base
Wind plays a factor after storms clear the area
Greenies win, 5-4, after playing their second straight extra-inning game
Longest game of the season for Green Wave ends in 3-2 defeat
The Green Wave dropped a 3-2 decision to Sam Houston State on the opening night of college baseball on Feb. 18.
The Green Wave dropped a 6-4 Decision versus #19 Ole Miss on Friday Evening at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium
Tulane suffered a 12-0 setback to Boston College on February 20 at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium.
The Green Wave dropped their season opener versus Boston College, 8-5, at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium
|Boudreaux's Career Honors|
|2013||Conference USA Preseason All-Conference|
|2013||College Sports Madness Preseason All C-USA First Team|
|2013||CLASS Award Finalist|
|2013||Conference USA All-Academic Team|
|2012||CoSIDA/Capital One Third Team Academic All-America|
|2012||CoSIDA Frist Team Academic All-District|
|2012||First Team All-Conference USA|
|2012||Second Team All-Louisiana|
|2012||Conference USA All-Academic Team|
|2012||Conference USA Hitter of the Week (3/19/2012)|
|2012||Conference USA Hitter of the Week (4/16/2012)|
|2012||Conference USA Hitter of the Week (5/7/2012)|
|2012||Louisiana Hitter of the Week (3/19/2012)|
|2012||Louisiana Hitter of the Week (4/16/2012)|
|2012||Louisiana Hitter of the Week (5/7/2012)|
|2010||Conference USA All-Freshman Team|
Career Notes: A first-class outfielder during his four years playing for the Green Wave...finished his career with a .286 batting average, 157 runs, 227 hits, 40 doubles, eight triples, 13 home runs, 104 RBI, 122 walks and 29 stolen bases...appeared in 213 games with 207 starts...tied for ninth in school history with eight triples...11th in school history in walks...794 at-bats rank 12th in school history...213 games played is good for 18th in Tulane history.
2013 (Senior): A Preseason All-Conference USA Team member and an All-Academic Conference USA Team member...a College Sports Madness Preseason All C-USA First Team member...appeared in 56 games, all starts (52 in center field and four in right field)...batted .244 with 51 hits, 37 runs, 10 doubles, three triples, 23 RBI, 33 walks and eight stolen bases on the season...committed just one error in 138 chances for a fielding percentage of .993, second on the team...33 walks and 37 runs lead the squad, and his three triples were second on the team...collected 13 multi-hit contests on the season as well as six multi-RBI games...notched an RBI triple and a stolen base in the opening game of the season versus Sam Houston State (2/15)...went 2-for-5 at Alabama (3/1)...went 3-for-4 with a run against Northwestern State (3/5)...had a three-RBI performance against Memphis (3/22), going 3-for-4 at the dish...went 2-for-4 against Memphis (3/24)...had a season-high six game hitting streak from 3/28 to 4/6, going 8-for-19 during the stretch...went 2-for-4 at the plate with two runs and two RBI at Rice (3/30)...followed that performance by collecting three RBI in a 2-for-5 day at the dish versus Nicholls (4/2)...collected his 200th career hit against ECU (4/14)......had a five game hitting streak in mid-May...went 2-for-5 with a run and an RBI in the opening game of the series at UCF (5/10)...recorded two doubles and a single in a 3-for-6 performance in which he collected three runs and two RBI the following day at UCF (5/11)...had back-to-back 2-for-4 days versus UAB (5/16 and 5/17), notching three RBI, three runs and two doubles on 5/16...collected hits in all three Conference USA Championship games, including a 2-for-3 performance against East Carolina (5/24) in which he scored two runs.
Earned Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll honors.
2012 (Junior): Named to the Third Team CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-America squad...earned First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District and Conference USA All-Academic Team...garnered First Team All-Conference USA...named to the All-Louisiana Second Team by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association...set the school record by winning three Conference USA Hitter of the Week awards; March 19, April 16 and May 7...started 53 games, missing five games due to injury...started 43 games in left field, seven games in center field and three games as designated hitter...drove in the game winning run twice during the season; versus Brown (3/18) and at Memphis (4/1)...boasted 20 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games from the leadoff spot...carried a nine-game hitting streak April 27 - May 25 and had an eight-game streak from March 9 - March 23...owned a 26-game reached base streak from April 1 - May 25...reached base in 48 of 53 games in 2012...ranked among the Conference USA leaders in runs scored (56, 3rd), slugging percentage (.541, 4th), doubles (14, 7th), triples (3, 7th), total bases (113, 8th), home runs (8, 8th) and on-base percentage (.426, 10th)...led the team in runs scored and slugging percentage...was second on the squad in sacrifice bunts (5), sacrifice flies (3), total bases, doubles, triples and home runs...was third in average (.330), stolen bases (10) and fourth in on-base percentage (.426), RBIs (36), hits (69) and walks (33)...had seven hits, scored four runs and drove in two RBIs in four games versus Siena (2/17-19)...tripled, homered and scored twice versus Siena (2/18)...closed the series versus the Saints (2/19-2) with a three-for-three effort at the plate with a walk, run scored and RBI...had one hit in each game versus Indiana (2/24-26) with four runs scored, three walks and two stolen bases...had two hits - including a triple - with three RBIs and two runs scored versus Southeastern Louisiana (2/28)...doubled, walked, drove in an RBI and scored twice in the series opener versus Alabama (3/2)...had one hits in each of the three games at Wichita State (3/9-11) with a run scored in each of the first two games...grabbed C-USA Hitter of the Week after posting two hits in each game versus Brown (3/6-18) with three doubles, four walks, three RBIs and eight runs scored...opened the UMBC (3/23) series with two hits, a walk and two runs scored...singled twice, scored a run and drove in an RBI at Southeastern Louisiana (3/27)...closed the series at Memphis (4/1) with two hits - including a grand slam - and a stolen base...had a hit and a run scored in each of the first two games against #9 Rice (4/5-6)...had a double and drove in two RBIs against Nicholls State (4/10) and Alcorn State (4/11)...earned C-USA Hitter of the Week after collecting eight hits - with three home runs - seven runs scored and three RBIs in three games at UAB (4/13-15)...scored twice and collected two RBIs versus Southeastern Louisiana (4/17)...had one hit in each game of a series at East Carolina (4/27-29)...singled, walked, scored a run and had an RBI at #4 LSU (5/1)...garnered C-USA Hitter of the Week after collecting eight hits - including two home runs - with five RBIs and three runs scored in a series versus Southern Miss (5/4-6)...had two hits in three straight games versus Louisiana-Lafayette (5/8), at Houston (5/11) and versus East Carolina (5/23) at the Conference USA Tournament...singled, scored a run and plated an RBI versus UAB (5/25) at the Conference USA Tournament.
2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 48 games with 42 starts......drove in the game winning run versus UAB (4/29)...ranked third on the team in stolen bases (7)...posted a season-long hitting streak of seven games from May 3-May 15...reached base in 15 straight games from April 19-May 15...collected seven multi-hit games and one multi-RBI game...was one-for-three with a walk and a run scored in the series finale versus Sam Houston State (2/20)...scored twice and stole a base in the series opener versus George Washington (2/25)...reached base three times - including a home run -scored three runs and stole a base in the second game of a three game series with George Washington (2/26)...singled, collected an RBI, walked and stole a base versus Northwestern State (3/2)...was two-for-four in the series finale versus Houston (4/3)...was two-for-four with an RBI and a run scored versus South Alabama (4/13)...singled, walked and drove in two RBI's in the middle game of a series at Rice (4/16)...doubled, walked and scored a run against Southeastern Louisiana (4/19)...singled, doubled and walked in the series opener versus Utah (4/21)...tripled and scored a run in the series finale with Utah (4/23)...reached base three times -including two singles - with a run scored and an RBI against Jackson State (4/27)...scored a run in each game of a three-game set versus UAB (4/29-5/1)...drove in an RBI at LSU (5/3)...posted one hit in each game of a three-game series versus Memphis (5/6-5/8) with two runs scored and an RBI in the series finale (5/8)...doubled, walked, scored a run and drove in an RBI in the second game at Marshall (5/13)...doubled, walked twice, stole a base and scored three runs in the series finale at Marshall (5/15)...doubled and scored a run versus East Carolina (5/26) at the Conference USA Tournament.
2010 (Freshman): Earned Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors...Started all 56 games in the outfield...tied for the team lead in game played (56) and games started (56)...tied for second on the team in hits (73) and stolen bases (4)...was third on the club in doubles (11), batting average (.323) and total bases (98)...collected 18 multi-hit and seven multi-RBI contests...posted a 15-game hitting streak from March 20 through April 14...also held streaks of eight games and seven games during the season...walked in his first collegiate at-bat versus Boston College (2/19) and drove in a run with a single in the sixth inning of that contest for his first career hit and RBI...posted a pair of hits and scored twice in the series finale versus Boston College (2/21)...went three-for-four with a double, a walk and an RBI in the series opener versus Lipscomb (2/26)...walked six times, posted five hits, scored three runs and drove in an RBI in the three game series versus Lipscomb (2/26-28)...singled and doubled in the series opener versus #19 Ole Miss (3/5)...went three-for-five with two runs scored and two RBI's in the series finale against #19 Ole Miss (3/7)...posted four hits and had two RBI's at New Orleans (3/9)...posted five hits, scored six runs and drove in four RBI's in a four-game set against Towson (3-12-14)...was two-for-three with an RBI and a run scored in the series finale with Kansas (3/17)...was two-for-three with a double, a walk and two runs scored in the middle game of a three-game set with St. Mary's (3/20)...hit his first career home run to highlight a three RBI day at the plate in the series finale against St. Mary's (3/21)...posted three hits - including a double - and plated three RBI's in the first game of a double-header at East Carolina (4/3)...homered and drove in two RBI's in a midweek tilt with Nicholls State (4/6)...singled and drove in a run in each of the first two games with Rice (5/9-10)...drove in three RBI's and stole a base in second game of the series versus UNLV (4/17)...posted a four-for-five day at the plate with a run scored and an RBI in the first game of a double-header at Memphis (4/25)...posted a walk in five straight games from April 27 to May 4...hit his third home run of the season versus Southern Miss (5/2) in the series finale...was three-for-six with a home run in the series opener at Houston (5/7)...posted a pair of hits and scored a run in each of the first two games versus UCF (5/20-21).
About Brandon Boudreaux
Prep: A 7-5A All-District and All-St. Tammany Parish selection from 2007 through 2009 for coach Mick Nunez at St. Paul's High School in Covington...earned All-State honors in 2009...finished the 2008 season with a .350 average that included six doubles, three triples and a homerun and 21 RBI...Boudreaux has also excelled in the classroom, where he is in the top ten percent of his class with a 3.9 GPA and was a member of the National Honors Society.
Personal:Born Brandon Michael Boudreaux on April 4, 1991...son of Brian and Leslie Boudreaux...intends to major in Business.