PRINCETON, N.J. – The Dartmouth men’s golf team wrapped up the Princeton Invitational with a final round aggregate score of 294 to end the 54-hole event in eighth place.

The Princeton Invitational was contested at the par-71 Springdale Golf Club.

Yale won the event for the fourth consecutive season, firing a team total of 868 for the two-day event to score a two-stroke victory over Temple. The host Tigers finished in third with 871, while Columbia and Penn rounded out the top five.

Temple teammates Brandon Matthews and Matthew Teesdale shared low individual medalist honors carding four-under-par 209’s for the tournament.

The Big Green opened the tournament with team score of 296 and followed that with 305 and 294 to come in 895, just one shot behind seventh place Brown.

The low scorer for Dartmouth in the event was junior Joey Maziar. Maziar carded a tournament total of 220 (72-75-73) to earn a share of 17th place.

Coming in behind Maziar, were Charlie Edler and Charles Cai. Edler fired a 224 (73-79-72) and Cai entered with clubhouse one shot off Edler’s pace with 225 (75-76-74).

Harry Boling and James Pleat rounded out the field for the Big Green. Bolin came in tied for 43rd and Pleat ended the tournament in a four-way tie for 48th.

Dartmouth returns to the links next weekend, April 20-21, traveling to Purchase, N.Y. to compete in the Century Intercollegiate.