GALLOWAY, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team struggled in Sunday's final round at the Ivy League Championships, and as a result the Quakers finished third behind Yale and Columbia.
Penn's 312 team score was fifth among the eight teams on Sunday, and that put them at 931 for the event. Yale carded a 4-over-par 288 and won the team championship going away -- the Bulldogs' 908 for the weekend was 20 strokes ahead of second-place Columbia. The Lions shot 302 on Sunday and ended up at 928. Dartmouth was fourth, shooting 311 on Sunday to finish at 940 overall.
Individually, junior Scotty Williams was unable to defend his crown, but earned first-team All-Ivy with a top-five finish. He shot a 79 on Sunday and that put him at 227 for the tournament which was tied for fourth. Dartmouth's Pete Williamson won medalist honors for the second time in three years, carding a 76 on Sunday to finish at 223 overall. That was one stroke ahead of Yale's Tom McCarthy, who blistered the course with a 1-under-par 70 and ended up at 224 for the weekend.
Sophomore Colin St. Maxens shot a 74 on Sunday, Penn's low score, and ended the tournament 10th overall at 231. That earned his second-team All-Ivy honors. Freshman Max Marsico was second among Penn players on Sunday with a 78, and he finished t-18th overall at 237.