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Michel Bourgeau, a former football player at Boise State University, has been named a development officer for the Bronco athletic department.
Bourgeau is the development officer in charge of the Varsity "B" Club. Bourgeau's primary responsibilities are to identify, cultivate and involve former student-athletes in the activities of the Bronco athletic programs.
A four-year letter winner on the Bronco football team from 1980-83, Bourgeau earned All-American honors and was twice selected first team All-Big Sky Conference during his collegiate career. As a freshman defensive lineman in 1980, he helped Boise State to the NCAA Division I-AA National Championship. Bourgeau went on to an outstanding professional football career in the Canadian Football League playing for the Ottawa Rough Riders from 1984-89 and the Edmonton Eskimo Eskimos from 1989-94. In 1990 he was inducted into the Boise State Athletic Hall of Fame.
Bourgeau returned to Boise following his professional football career working in sales and development at Extended Systems, Inc. and Hewlett-Packard. The past two years, along with being self employed in BMBS Inc., Bourgeau served as the Varsity "B" Coordinator in the Bronco athletic department doubling the membership to over 200. He is a 1985 graduate from Boise State with a bachelor's degree in business management.
Bourgeau's office is located at the BAA offices inside the Allen Noble Hall of Fame Gallery. Bourgeau's direct phone number is (208) 426-5440.