CRANSTON, R.I.—The Babson College men's golf posted its lowest four-ball total of the spring on Sunday with a final round score of 315 to finish in 11th place at the Johnson & Wales Invitational at Cranston Country Club.
The Beavers, who recorded a two-day total of 651, tied for the fifth lowest team score in Sunday's final round. Williams, which trailed by five shots entering the day, finished with a 36-hole total of 630 to win by six strokes over Endicott and and day-one leader Rhode Island College. Manhattanville (637) and Middlebury (638) came in fourth and fifth, respectively.
First-year Grant Taleck (Naples, Fla.) carded a 5-over par round of 77 on Sunday and tied for 15th place overall with a 36-hole total of 159. Classmate Riley Whitham (Harvard, Mass.) shot a final-round 78 and finished tied for 24th at 161, just two shots behind Taleck.
Sophomore Andrew Neal (Chevy Chase, Md.) fired an 81 on Sunday and tied for 40th position at 165, while classmate Pranav Mohan (Fremont, Calif.) bounced back from a tough round on Saturday with a 7-over par 79 on Sunday to tie for 43rd place at 166. Fellow Sophomore Kyle Alexander (Brewer, Maine) signed for an 83 on day two and tied for 64th with a two-round total of 170.
Babson will conclude its regular-season slate with a pair of one day events this week, starting with the Elms Invitational on Tuesday at Westover Golf Club in Granby, Mass.