BRUNSWICK, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy golf finished 11th out of 12 teams, with a score of 699, at the two-day Bowdoin Invitational, hosted by Bowdoin College at the Brunswick Golf Club.
Sophomore Connor Mersch (Holderness, N.H.) led the way for the Mariners, carding a 79 on day one and an 83 on day two to finish tied for 36th place overall, among the 61 golfers, teammate Chance Whittemore (Skowhegan, Maine) tied for 47th place overall with a 170 (+26) after shaving four strokes off his day one total. Zachary Foss (Saco, Maine) tied for 52nd place with a two-day score of 182, Elliott Sibley (Lincoln, Maine) tied for 56th overall, carding a 93 on the first day and 94 on Sunday and Logan Peacock (West Gardiner, Maine) rounded out the Mariner-five, tied for 58th place with a two-day total of 188.
Saint Anselm College claimed the top spot with a score of 603, while Providence College finished just behind in second with a 606. Southern Maine's Tristan Dundas claimed individual medalist honors, carding a 70 on day one and a 74 on day two to finish with a two-day score of 144, five strokes ahead of Providence's Matt Carlson.
The Mariners return to action on Tuesday, September 11 at the Thomas Invitational at Waterville Country Club.