men’s basketball, men’s track & field
Active from 1960-1964 • Inducted in 1978
Boutin was a three-time All-American basketball player who averaged 20.1 points and 13.1 rebounds over 107 career games, setting the all-time Pioneer scoring record. He was Third-Team as a sophomore, and First-Team as a junior and senior, named First-Team AP Little All-American in 1964, and was a three-time First-Team All-NWC. He also set a NWC record in the javelin in 1964 at 219 feet and was a member of three conference championship basketball and track and field teams. (Charter member of Hall of Fame)
Boutin and his wife Jan live in Salem, Ore. They have two children and three grandchildren. Boutin is a retired college basketball coach after a 40-year career, accumulating a 637-356 overall record, placing him third all-time in the state of Oregon. He was selected to the State of Oregon Hall of Fame. Boutin and his wife have traveled overseas doing basketball clinics in Croatia, Australia, China and France. Boutin enjoys family, traveling, golf and fishing.
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