M Golf - Archives 2016-17
Dartmouth College and the Department of Athletics and Recreation inducted 17 new members into the Wearers of the Green in a ceremony after the homecoming football game on Saturday evening.
The Dartmouth men's golf team concluded the Camden Collegiate Invitational with its lowest round of the weekend with a 17-over 297, to place 10th in their final tournament of the season.
The Dartmouth men's golf team started their final tournament of their fall slate in 11th after they completed the first two rounds of the Camden Collegiate Invitational at 602 (+42).
The Dartmouth men's golf completed their final day at the Macdonald Cup, where the Big Green shot a 292 (+12) for an overall 40-over 880.
Play was stopped on Saturday in the middle of the second round during the Macdonald Cup hosted by Yale with only eight of the 17 teams, including Dartmouth, completing 36 holes.
The two men's golf teams representing Dartmouth finished at seventh and 14th scoring a combined 599 (+23) and 635 (+59) in the second round of the Quechee Club Collegiate Challenge.
Junior Ian Kelsey was the top performer for the Big Green, tying for fifth with a two-under 70, as Dartmouth finished the first round with an even 300 (+12).
After a rainy start to the second day of play at the Cornell Invitational, Dartmouth men's golf tied for eighth place finishing with a combined score of 295 in the final round.
The Dartmouth's men's golf began its season Saturday against 12 other schools at the Cornell Invitational played at the beautiful Robert Trent Jones Golf Course.
Ian Kelsey wrapped up a solid sophomore year, finishing second at the Ivy League Championship, one stroke behind the tournaments first place finisher. The Deerfield, Illinois native was one of the top performers for the Big Green this season, averaging a 73 with a low round of 67 at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic, which earned him a tie for second in the tournament.
A total of 26 veterans from the VA Hospital in White River Junction, Vermont, have signed up for the golf clinic at Hanover Country Club on August 18.
Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2016 spring season, the league office announced Wednesday afternoon.