Men’s Golf Finishes Third at Ivy League Championships

Men’s Golf Finishes Third at Ivy League Championships

Day One Recap  |  Day Two Recap

After the final round of the Ivy League Tournament, the Harvard men's golf team finished third overall with a score of 903, plus-63 at Stonewall. The Crimson finished just one stroke off Dartmouth in second, one stroke ahead of Cornell in fourth and three strokes ahead of Penn in fifth. 

Yale took the team title with a score of 880 and also claimed the top two individual spots, with teammates Eoin Leonard and James Nicholas having to go to a playoff for the individual title. 

Grant Fairbairn was the top finisher for the Crimson, tying for eighth overall with a combined score of 224 on rounds of 77-71-76. Rij Patel posted consistent rounds of 75 for each of the three outings to finish tied for 10th while teammate Greg Royston carded a total score one stroke behind on rounds of 77-73-76. 

Round Three Highlights

  • Harvard had the third most pars in the tournament with 141.
  • Greg Royston and Rij Patel averaged 4.78 strokes on par five holes, good for fourth in the tournament.