CRANSTON, R.I.—First-year Kyle Alexander (Brewer, Maine) shot a final round 78, and the Babson College men's golf team posted a team score of 324 to finish 13th at the Johnson & Wales University Wildcat Invitational at Cranston Country Club on Sunday afternoon.
Tufts University, which held the first-round lead with a team score of 300 on Saturday, finished with a 36-hole total of 610 to claim a four-shot victory over second-place Williams College. Manhattanville College, which posted the low score of the day at 306, came in third with a two-round total of 621, while Salem State University and Middlebury College tied for fourth at 622. The Beavers wrapped up the tournament with a two-day total of 645.
Alexander, who carded a 9-over par 80 on Saturday, tied for 29th place with a 36-hole total of 158. First-year Pranav Mohan (Fremont, Calif.) finished with an 80 for the second consecutive day and tied for 36th at 160, while junior Chris Maguire (Waltham, Mass.) fired and 83 on Sunday and tied for 46th position at 162. First-year Andrew Neal (Chevy Chase, Md.) shot an 81 on Sunday, cutting one shot off Saturday's total, and tied for 50th place with a two-round score of 163.
Babson will conclude its regular season on Wednesday when it travels to the Westover Golf Club in Granby, Mass., for the Elms College Spring Invitational at 10 a.m.