Men's golf claims third-straight Bowdoin Invitational title

Men's golf claims third-straight Bowdoin Invitational title

BRUNSWICK, Maine – For the third-straight season, the Saint Anselm College men's golf team has won the Bowdoin College Invitational, a two-day tournament held at the Brunswick Golf Club.


The Hawks posted a first round combined score of 303 on Saturday and finished strong on Sunday, shooting 300 during the second round to finish 27-over par to lead the field of 12 teams.

Senior Stephen Hunt (Wilbraham, Mass.) tied for second overall as an individual, shooting a five-over par and helped his own cause with a second-round score of 72 to finish at 149. Senior Billy Argus (Canton, Mass.) finished plus-six, capturing a sixth-place finish against the field.

Sophomore Alec Brunelle (Salem, N.H.) was nine-over, shooting a 75 on Sunday, while freshman Peter Hudner (Canton, Mass.) began his college career with an opening round score of 73 on Saturday, finishing nine-over alongside Brunelle.

Senior Jack Dowding (Wilbraham, Mass.) rounded out the entrants from the Hilltop, producing a two-round score of 12-over par (156).

Providence finished second, shooting 30-over par with Endicott and Nichols tying for third place with two-day scores of 610 (+34). Tristan Dundas of Southern Maine posted a two-round score of even par (144), leading the field of 63 individual golfers.