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CAMDEN, S.C. — The Dartmouth men’s golf team started their final tournament of their fall slate in 11th after they completed the first two rounds of the Camden Collegiate Invitational at 602 (+42). The 14-team tournament is currently being led by the host school, the University of South Carolina, which holds a four-stroke lead at 566 (+6) over James Madison, while Wofford is in third with a 21-over 581.

Gamecock Keenan Huskey dominated the par-70 course on Saturday, shooting 69 in the first round before improving by five strokes thanks to an eagle and three birdies in his final nine to finish at seven-under par (133). His closest competitor is Alex Henderson from James Madison who carded a 136 (-4). August Lindfall from USC Aiken is two strokes behind him posting consecutive 69s to finish at 138 (-2).

Freshman Will Bednarz is leading the Big Green in a tie for 21st as he secured two birdies in his first nine holes to have his lowest career round at one-over 71 in his first tour. Tied for 30th is junior Ian Kelsey who posted a 10-over 150. Senior Sean Fahey bounced back from his first round, sinking an eagle while carding 74 (+4) over the second 18 to finish the day at 153 (+13) tied for 46th.

Fahey’s classmate Jeff Lang also picked up his play in his second tour improving five strokes to end up with a 15-over 155, tied in 53rd with sophomore Reed Russ who completed his day with a 77-78.

The final round of the tournament begins tomorrow morning.