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Ivies Conclude Seasons at NCAA Regionals

Ivies Conclude Seasons at NCAA Regionals

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Ivy League champion Harvard concluded its season with a 13th-place finish at the NCAA Men's Golf Regional at The Grove in College Grove, Tenn. The League's individual medalist, junior Mike Graboyes of Cornell also bowed out in his NCAA Men's Golf Regional at the Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, Calif.

In College Grove, the Crimson shot +45 (299-302-308—909) over the 54-hole event at the 7,383-yard, par-72 course, finishing eight teams back of the cut line for the NCAA Men's Golf Championship. Senior Kendrick Vinar paced the Harvard contingent, carding a +2 (76-68-74—218) to tie for 13th individually—the highest finish recorded by a Crimson student-athlete since 1982.

Junior Greg Royston shot +14 (76-78-76—230) across three rounds to rank second on the team and 62nd overall. Royston was two strokes ahead of senior Robert Deng (+16, 74-81-77—232) and three ahead of senior Daniel de la Garza (+17, 73-79-81—233). Sophomore Aurian Capart (+30, 82-77-87—246) rounded out the Harvard participants.

In Stanford, Graboyes finished tied for 48th at +8 (72-72-74—218) at the 6,727-yard, par-70 course. The Big Red junior was 10 strokes back of the lone individual NCAA qualifying spot, which went to North Florida's Travis Trace (-2, 70-68-70—208).