BEDMINSTER, N.J. – The Dartmouth men’s golf team capped a successful fall season with a fifth-place finish at the Ivy League match play over the weekend at the Trump National Golf Club. On Sunday, the Big Green scored a victory over Penn (4.5-2.5) after going 1-1 on day one.

Dartmouth began the event with a 4.5-2.5 loss to Columbia before topping Cornell, 4-3.

In the first round versus the Lions, Joey Maziar was the lone member of the team to win as Scott Jaster and Jeffrey Lang earned half a point apiece.

In the second round against the Big Red, Jaster, Sean Fahey, Harry Boling and Dylan Rusk won their matches against Cornell.

On Sunday versus the Quakers, Charles Cai won his match at No. 3. Fahey, Boling and Rusk were each victorious as well for the Big Green.

Yale was the team champion, followed by Harvard, Columbia, Princeton, Dartmouth, Penn, Brown and Cornell.

For the second straight year, the Green and White won a pair of matches in the final tournament of the fall, after finishing second last season.