Goulet Shoots Lowest Score in Program History, 77, to Lead Eagles on Day 2 of the Bowdoin Invitational

Goulet Shoots Lowest Score in Program History, 77, to Lead Eagles on Day 2 of the Bowdoin Invitational

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Kathryn Goulet had a historic round on day two of the Bowdoin Invitational, posting a 3-over par, 77 - the lowest one day score in program history - highlighted with three birdies to lead the Eagles to their best ever two-day tournament team score since the program became a varsity sport in 2015-16. She also tied the lowest two-day score of 168 to finish in second place overall, while the Eagles finished in third place overall with a 881 (463-418).

Tori Jordan shot a two-day total of 213 (113-100) earning a ninth place finish. Taylor Burbo finished 11th with a score of 245 (129-116), and Tia Welch posted a 255 (130-125) to round out the Eagles top four.

Bowdoin won the Bowdoin Invitational with a two-day total of 674, followed by Bates with a 784. Caroline Farber from Bowdoin took home the medalist honors after shooting a 160.

The Eagles return to the course next week, Saturday, September 16, for day one of the MEIGA Championship in Auburn, Maine, at the Martindale Country Club.