QUECHEE, Vt. – 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. Sophomore John Lazor finished on top for the Big Green at 13th with a combined total of 146 (+2).

Rhode Island won the tournament after maintaining its first place seat over both rounds shooting a combined 578 (+2) at the par-72 course. Its top two finishers, Chris Houston and Billy Walthouse, also held first and second place for the competition, respectively, carding a 140 (-4) and 141 (-3). Harvard’s Robert Deng and Greg Royston, both tied for third at 143 (-1) moving the Crimson into second, two strokes behind the Rams.

Junior Ian Kelsey was one stroke behind Lazor, tying for 14th place with two other players. The third lowest finisher for the Big Green was freshman Will Bednarz, who carded a three-over 75 each round to finish with a 150 (+6) in a tie for 24th. Senior Sean Fahey rallied on the second day to improve by 11 strokes to shoot 85-74—159 (+13), tying for 61st overall, while senior Scott Jaster also competed for the Big Green.

The “B” team was led by Riley Griffin who carded an 80-74—154 (+8) to end the tournament in a tie for 44th.

Dartmouth is back in action next weekend in New Haven, Connecticut, at the Yale Invitational.