The Polar Bears took a fourth-place finish in the NESCAC Golf Tournament on September 30. The team finished with a score of 799, putting them behind Williams, Middlebury, and Amherst. 
Ursula Munger ’15 took first place among the Bowdoin competitors, closing out with an impressive score of 192 over the two-day tournament. 
The women’s golf team competed in its last tournament of the season  last week at the Williams Fall Classic, coming in 12th place out of 14 teams. 
“I was very satisfied with the performance of the team this year,” said Head Coach Marissa O’Neil.
 She also projected confidence for her team next year. 
“We’re not graduating any players, which is really nice, and hopefully we’ll be able to pick up some more members next year,” O’Neil said. 
This year marks O’Neil’s first season as the head coach of the women’s golf program. O’Neil, who also coaches women’s ice hockey in the winter season, said her commitment to the team was an overall positive experience. 
“It was a completely different experience, one that I really enjoyed,” she said. “I’m used to coaching groups of 20 to 30, and the golf team is much smaller. And, even though the season is much shorter, you get to know the players really well.”