PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – The Dartmouth men’s golf team had a team total of 306 for the second straight day on Sunday to finish in a tie with St. Joesph’s (Pa.) for 14th at the Temple Invitational. The Big Green finished 50 shots off the pace set by tournament champion Hartford.

The two-day, 36-hole event was contested at the 6,670-yard par 70 North Course at Philmont Country Club and featured a field of 17 teams.

The Hawks scored a 15-stroke victory over second-place St. John’s. Cincinnati ended the weekend in third while Harvard, Seton Hall and the host Owls tied for fourth.

For the second day in a row, Scott Jaster was the low scorer for the Big Green, carding a one-over-par 71 to end in a tie for 24th.

Jeffrey Lang shot a closing round 74 to earn a share of 50th. Sean Fahey fired a 79 in the second round to finish in a three-way for 62nd.

Charlie Edler and Charles Cai rounded out the field for the Green and White as each carded 82's on day two. Edler’s tournament total of 161 left him in 82nd while Cai finished one stroke back in a tie for 83rd.

Joey Maziar competed individually for Dartmouth, shooting a final-round 75 to enter the clubhouse in a tie for 55th.

The Big Green return to the links next weekend, Oct. 19-20, to compete in their final event of the fall, traveling to the Garden State to take part in Ivy League match play at Trump National.