Dartmouth men's golf senior Sean Fahey capped off his final tournament with a career-high finish, a tie for eighth, earning him an All-Ivy Second Team Selection.
The Dartmouth men's golf team traveled to Greenwich, Connecticut this weekend to compete against the seven other Ivy League schools for the conference crown. After three days of competition at the Stanwich Club, the Big Green wrapped up their season in sixth place, playing their lowest round of the tournament, 10-over 298, to score an overall 903 (+39).
After the second day of play for the Dartmouth men's golf team, the Big Green currently sit fifth with a score of 605 (+29). The score came after a second round of golf on the par-72, 7,133-yard course at the Stanwich Golf Club, where they faced off against the seven other schools for the Ivy League crown.
The Dartmouth men's golf team concluded their Spring slate this weekend at the Ivy League Championship at the Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Connecticut. The Big Green are currently ranked sixth in the conference and are tied for fourth (302 (+14) after Day 1 at the the 7,133-yard course.
In a field filled with six top-50 teams, Dartmouth finished the three-round tournament in 14th place, led by John Lazor's two-over 73 on Sunday.
Six teams ranked among the top 50 in the nation are among the 16 competing at Irish Creek, and Dartmouth finished the first two rounds in 13th place.
The Dartmouth men's golf team put together a solid final round on Sunday at the Manor Invitational to finish second in the 16-team field.
Sean Fahey led the Big Green charge at the Manor Invitational in Farmville, Virginia, carding a one-over 143 over the first two rounds on Saturday.
Senior Jeff Lang posted the Big Green's best round of the final day at the Furman Intercollegiate, shooting even par as Dartmouth finished up in 13th place in the strong 21-team field.
Freshman Will Bednarz shot a one-under 71 to lead Dartmouth in the second round as the Big Green sit in a tie for seventh in the 21-team field.
John Lazor shot a three-under 69 in the opening round of the Furman Invitational and three teammates shot even par to put Dartmouth in the thick of things against a strong field.
Sean Fahey put together a solid round at even par on the final day of the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate, finishing in a tie for 54th place for the Big Green.