Century Country Club, where Princeton played in the Century Intercollegiate, another Yale-hosted event, the last few years, co-hosted the event with Old Oaks Country Club. Century hosted the first round with the field heading to Old Oaks for the final 18 holes.
Georgia, which was ranked No. 5 in the nation on the latest Golfweek list, won the tournament by 33 shots over runner-up Yale, with Harvard five shots back of Yale and Princeton 15 shots behind Harvard.
Georgia had five of the top six individual finishers, with Lee McCoy carding a first-round 64 and following it with a 71 to finish 11 shots in front of teammate Nicholas Reach and Yale's Sam Bernstein. No other player broke 70 in a round.
Greg Jarmas and Alex Dombrowski turned in top-10 finishes as each tied for seventh at +11, 18 shots back of McCoy.
The Tigers will host the Princeton Invitational next Saturday and Sunday in the next-to-last event before the Ivy League Championship at month's end.
Princeton's results are below and results for all teams can be found via Golfstat here.