HAMBURG, N.J. -- The University of Delaware men’s golf team posted a 338 score on Monday to drop one spot and finish in 12th place at the Fairleigh Dickinson Invitational.

The Blue Hens, who carded a 332 score on Sunday, finished 12th out of 14 teams with a two-round total of 670. Binghamton captured the team title with a 612 score, while the host Knights placed second at 618 and Central Connecticut was third at 625.

Blue Hen sophomore Colin McKenna carded an 84 on Monday on the par 71, 6,734-yard course at Crystal Springs Golf Club, as he finished tied for 32nd in the individual standings with a 21 over par 79-84-163. UD freshman Joe Visalli had the best round of the day by a UD player, as he fired a 10 over par 81 to tie for 41st place at 84-81-165, 23 over par.

Sophomore Kyle Martin shot an 88 during his second round, tying for 54th place with a 28 over par score of 82-88-170. Junior Fraser Graham recorded an 86 on Monday, as he finished in 61st place at 87-86-173, 31 over par.

UD senior Dan Costenbader shot an 87 for the second consecutive day to finish in a tie for 62nd place with a 32 over par 87-87-174.

Matt DeJohn of Central Connecticut earned medalist honors by posting a four-shot victory with a four over par 75-71-146.

The Blue Hens are back in action this Friday and Saturday when they compete in the Navy Spring Invitational. The 36-hole event will begin at 8:30 a.m. on both days.