GREENWICH, C.T. – After the second day of play for the Dartmouth men’s golf team, the Big Green currently sit fifth with a score of 605 (+29). The score came after a second round of golf on the par-72, 7,133-yard course at the Stanwich Golf Club, where they faced off against the seven other schools for the Ivy League crown.
Dartmouth is led by junior Ian Kelsey, who had the best round of the day after dripping four strokes from his first round to post a one-over 73. Kelsey had a solid day posting 15 pars which adds to Dartmouth’s total of 117, the most of any team in the field of eight schools. His overall score is matched with senior Sean Fahey as the duo are tied for 14th with a total of 150 (+6).
Among the other members of the Big Green is freshman Will Bednarz, who fell to 21st matching his second round score with sophomore John Lazor as both posted a six-over 78. Completing the five-man team was Jeff Lang, who also competed this weekend.
The team fell behind first place Harvard, who managed to keep its lead after two rounds of play turning in a scorecard of 293-292—584 (+9). Two strokes behind them is Cornell, while Columbia advanced to third place after receiving the low round of the day, two-under 286, to finish with 590 (+14).
Atop the individual leaderboard is Cornell’s Mike a Graboyes, who secured his first place hold for a second day in a row with an even finish. Sitting three strokes behind him in a two way tie for second at an even-144 is Columbia’s Jeremy Perna and Harvard’s Daniel de la Garza.
The final day of the three-day championship resumes tomorrow as the teams square off with a staggered start beginning at 10 a.m.