|Year of Graduation:||2003|
Poulin's impressive scores on the links lifted the Braves to two consecutive New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Division III and Maine Intercollegiate Golf Association (MEIGA) titles in 2002 and 2003, a Sunrise Athletic Conference Championship, a NAIA Region X Championship and a berth into the NAIA National Championship in 2003 in his two years as a member of the Husson men's golf team from 2003-04.
As one of Husson's top golfers, he averaged 75.58 and 71.79 - the top rank scoring average in the Northeast region and the second highest in the country - in his junior and senior years, respectively to finish with a career average of 73.94. He shot in the 60s three times, once in 2002 at the MEIGA Championship with a 69 and twice in 2003 at the Husson Invitational (69) and at the University of Southern Maine's Fall Classic with a career-low 67.
The 2002 Sunrise All-Conference selection won ten events and finished in the top ten in 21 of his 23 career events he played in and 18 of those 21 events in the top five with a career win-loss record of 982-139 (.876).
As a senior captain, Poulin helped guide the Braves to a record of 103-1 - the best overall season mark in program history - losing only to the University of Southern Maine in a rain-shorten John Queenan Memorial Tournament on September 23, 2003, which included a program record 11 tournament victories and one tournament scoring record of 297 at the Western New England College Invitational.
Poulin set the program record for most medalist honors in a single-season with six surpassing the previous mark of five held jointly by Husson Sports Hall of Famers Corey Pion and Joe Alvarez, while complying an impressive overall win-loss record of 524-8 (.985) in his final collegiate season. He earned the program's sixth All-New England honor after finishing third overall and second among DIII competitors with a six-over par, 150 (75-75) at 69th Annual NEIGA Championship, which saw Husson finished in sixth overall among all teams, regardless of their NCAA division.
In his junior season, Poulin was one of the main contributors who help the 2002-03 men's golf squad receive a program high 18th ranking by the NAIA which was the highest ranking ever for any team from the Northeast Region. That team went on to win the program's eighth MEIGA Championship with a tourney record score of 287, the 23rd conference title in program history and the school's second straight NEIGA Championship since joining the association in the fall of 2001.
Off the course, Poulin was named a Sunrise Scholar Athlete in 2002.
Poulin earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Husson in 2003.
A native of Jackman, Maine, Poulin attended Forest Hills High School.