Men's Golf Takes Fifth Place at Season-Opening Bowdoin Invitational

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BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College men's golf team took fifth place at this weekend's season-opening Bowdoin Invitational at Brunswick Golf Club. 

The Polar Bears, who were under the direction of new head coach Jay Durfee, finished with a team total of 638 over the two days, just 15 strokes off the winning score of 623 by Nichols College. Husson (631), Southern Maine (632) and Providence (635) rounded out the top five teams along with the Polar Bears in the 15-team field. 

Tournament Highlights

  • Tom Dunleavy was Bowdoin's top performer of the weekend, finishing in fifth place with a two-day score of 155 (+11). Dunleavy had five birdies in his round on Saturday. 
  • First-year Favian Buswani shot a 76 on day two to vault into a tie for 15th place with a 158 (+14), including a 34 on the back-nine on Sunday. 
  • Reed Foehl (163) finished 31st while Jackson Harrower (165) took 40th. 
  • Rylan McGinn also finished in the top-50 with a two-day score of 168 in his first collegiate tournament. 

Up Next

  • Bowdoin will head to Cumberland next weekend to compete in the Maine State Tournament hosted at Val Halla Golf Club.