During his four years on Mount St.
James, Gould was a member of the indoor mile relay team and a
multiple point winner in many duel meets, competing in dash, shot
put, and discus events.
As a sophomore, he won the 100- and
200-yard dashes versus Boston College, and ran a 9.8 in the
100-yard dash at Dartmouth. He came in third in the 100-yard
dash and first in the 220-yard dash that season at the New England
Championships, and placed fifth in the National Junior AAA
Meet. The next season, he again won the 100- and 200-yard
events versus Boston College and Providence, and set track records
in a dual meet against Harvard. That year he placed second in
the 100-yard dash and again won the 220-yard event at New
A co-captain of the track team his senior year, Gould finished his Crusader career by once again winning the New England Intercollegiate 100- and 220-yard dashes. He also finished second to eventual Olympic gold medalist Andy Stanfield at the IC4A Championships.