Green was joined by Tim Jackson and Brandt Snedeker on the team from the Volunteer state. Jackson shot an even-par 70 on Thursday and it was his score along with Green's that counted for the team. The lowest two scores count for the team.
Georgia took fourth place at plus-1, followed by Massachusetts, who established a new 36-hole record on Wednesday. Frank Vana, Jr. and Kevin Quinn could only manage a 73 and 76 on Thursday and the team finished at 2-over-par 422.
Connecticut finished sixth at plus-4, while Ohio, Virginia and Missouri shared seventh place at 5-over-par 425. Maryland came in 10th at 6-over par.