SUFFERN, N.Y. – The Dartmouth women’s golf team shot an aggregate score of 345 in the rain-shortened Roar-EE Invitational on Friday to finish seventh in the 10-team field. The 36-hole event was cut to 18 with heavy rain moving through the Empire State.

The 2013 Roar-EE Invitational was hosted by Columbia and contested at the par-72, 6,008 yard Spook Rock Golf Course.

Boston University carded a team score of 338 to score a two-shot victory over Siena. Central Connecticut State and the host Lions tied for third, while LIU-Brooklyn rounded out the top five.

Due to the inclement weather, there was no tiebreaker as Dartmouth’s Jane Lee shared individual medalist honors with three other golfers. Lee along with BU’s Kristyna Pavlickova, Columbia’s Spenser Krut and Monique Ishikawa all fired seven-over par 79’s to claim the low honors. Isabel Han of Penn rounded out the top five with an eight-over 80.

Lee was the top finisher for the Big Green for the second consecutive tournament and following her on the card for Dartmouth was Emily Hyman, who earned a share of 27th place. Hyman shot an 88 to finish in a six-player logjam at 16-over par.

Junior Sarah Knapp and freshman Lily Morrison entered the clubhouse one shot back of Hyman. Knapp and Morrison fired 89’s to share 33rd place.

Rounding out the field for Dartmouth was sophomore Savannah Grice. The Atlanta, Ga., native shot a 98 to end the one-day event in sole possession of 53rd.

It’s a short turnaround for the Big Green as they return to the links on Sunday, April 14 competing in the two-day Brown Invitational.