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Courtesy: Hunter Martin
Men's Golf in Second After First Day at Princeton
Courtesy: Mike Mahoney, director of athletic communications  
Release:  04/09/2011

Princeton Invitational Results (PDF)

PRINCETON, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team is in second place out of 12 teams after two rounds at the Princeton Invitational, being held this weekend at the par-71, 6,390-yard Springdale Golf Club just off Princeton's campus. The Quakers shot 292-286--578 and enter Sunday's final round behind only Yale (279-286--565).

Dartmouth and host Princeton are tied for third, nine shots behind Penn, while Cornell is fifth (595). Harvard (599) and Columbia (601) are the other Ivy League teams in the field.

Individually, P.J. Fielding and Colin St. Maxens are tied for fifth in the field of 68 golfers. Fielding shot a 72 and a 70 and is at even-par 142, while St. Maxens reversed him with a first-round 70 and a second-round 72. Dillon Hakes is tied for 19th after shooting 75-73--148, and Max Marsico is fourth among Penn players and tied for 22nd overall (78-71--149). Scotty Williams scored for Penn in Saturday's first round; he is tied for 26th overall after carding 75-75--150. Philip Winter is playing the tournament as an individual, and is tied for 48th overall after shooting 77-78--155.

Three players are tied for the individual lead at 140: Tom McCarthy and Sam Bernstein of Yale, and Peter Williamson of Dartmouth.

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