Mark Boudreau
Class of: 1975
Induction Class of: 1987
Sports: Hockey Soccer

Boudreau was an outstanding player in hockey and soccer during his four years at the College, serving as captain in both sports in his senior year. He was the leading scorer on the hockey team coached by Barry Urbanski for three years and won MVP honors for the 1972-73 season. In soccer, he was both high scorer and MVP during his senior year. Boudreau was named Salem State College’s Student Athlete of the year for 1975.


After receiving his degree, Boudreau remained active in both sports. In addition to coaching at the high school level, he has competed for more than ten years in both soccer and hockey leagues in Maine. Active in his community, he was elected a Kennebec County Commissioner in 1981 and served as chairperson of that board in 1983. He and his wife, Patricia (Michaud) live in Waterville, Maine. He is employed by the S.D. Warren Company, a subsidiary of the Scott Paper Company.