Men's Golf Finishes Eighth at Ivy Championships

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – The University of Pennsylvania men’s golf team shot 305 on Sunday and remained in eighth place to complete the Ivy League Championships. The 54-hole event, Penn’s last of the season, was played on the lower course at Baltusrol, which played at par-70.

Penn finished the three-day tournament at 917. Columbia easily won the team title, carding 881 over the three rounds to finish a good 12 strokes ahead of second-place Yale (893).

Ben Cooley had Penn’s low round on Sunday, a 74, that left him at 221 for the tournament. That was good for seventh place, which earned the junior second-team All-Ivy honors. It is Cooley’s first All-Ivy recognition.

Freshman Dane Walton carded 78 on Sunday and ended the tournament at 228, which tied him for 18th, while sophomore Patrick O'Leary shot a 76 and tied for 21st overall at 230. Junior Austin Powell also scored for the Quakers on Sunday, carding a 77, and tied for 35th in the field at 238. Tomas Agrest shot an 83 on Sunday and ended the tournament in 39th place at 248.

Harvard's Theodore Lederhausen won the individual title; after tying Brown's Nelson Hargrove at 215 over 54 holes, he defeated Hargrove in a playoff. Carl Schimentis of Cornell was third, at 216.

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