JACKSON, N.J. – The University of Pennsylvania men’s golf team held its place for another day and finished seventh at the Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship, which concluded Sunday at the par-72 Metedeconk National Golf Club.
The Quakers shot 316 as a team on Sunday and finished the weekend at 83-over-par 947. Harvard took the team title, shooting a 309 on Sunday and finishing at 907. Dartmouth tied for Sunday’s low team score (with Columbia), and moved up to finish second at 911.
Junior Matt Kern, seeing his first tournament action of the spring, ended up as Penn’s low scorer at the Championship. He carded a 75 on Sunday and ended the weekend at 233, which tied him for 18th in the field of 40 golfers.
Freshman Josh Goldenberg shot a 78 on Sunday and ended up tied for 22nd at 235, while Carter Thompson shot an 83 and finished 28th at 239. KJ Smith (Sunday 86) placed 33rd overall with a 247, while senior Patrick O'Leary scored for the Quakers in his final collegiate round with an 80 and finished t-34th at 248.
Cornell’s Luke Graboyes took medalist honors at the Championship; despite a final-round 76, he finished at 221 which was one shot ahead of Dartmouth’s Ian Kelsey (Sunday 73) and two ahead of Yale’s Will Bernstein (Sunday 70, the day’s low round).
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