GREENVILLE, S.C. — The Dartmouth men’s golf team wrapped up their final day of play at the Furman Intercollegiate in 13th among the 21 teams, ending the tournament with an 876 (+12) on the par-72, 7,004-yard Furman University Golf Course.

Senior Jeff Lang continued his consistent play, matching his second round by making par once again. Starting on the sixth hole in the shotgun start format, recorded birdies on the 13th and fourth holes, completing the three rounds in a tie for 34th with a one-over 217. His classmate Sean Fahey made par on 14 holes, like Lang, and birdied the par-5 second to shoot one-over on the day and three-over (219) over the three rounds to tie for 48th.

The duo completed their tournament with 35 pars each, adding to Dartmouth’s overall tally of 160, the most of any team in the 21-team tournament.

Junior Ian Kelsey finished his day with a 225 (+9) while senior John Lazor and freshman Will Bednarz each posted a seven-over 79. Bednarz, who started on the fifth hole, picked up his play over his second nine with birdies on 15, two and three to register 10 in all in the tournament, the most of any Big Green golfer.

Freshman Riley Griffin also competed for Dartmouth this weekend as an individual, carded a 77 (+5) on the day after bouncing back from three over after his first three holes with three birdies to his credit.

Clemson, the 17th-ranked team in Division I, claimed the team title by completing the three-day tournament with a 29-under 835. Their nearest competitor was South Carolina-Aiken (ranked 18th in Division II) 14 strokes behind them, while third place was split between Chattanooga and Georgia Southern, both of whom finished with an 855 (-9).

Carson Young led the Tigers to victory as he received medalist honors when he posted five-under 67 with an eagle and six birdies, edging out Chattanooga’s Wes Gosselin and Wofford’s Andrew Novak who were one stroke back.

The Big Green will be back in action next weekend in Farmville, Virginia, for the Manor Intercollegiate starting on Saturday, April 1.