PRINCETON, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team tied for sixth place out of 13 teams at the 54-hole Princeton Invitational, which concluded play Sunday on the par-71 Springdale Golf Club.
The Quakers shot 292 as a team on Sunday and finished the tournament at 874, tying with Dartmouth. Yale was the team champion, shooting 283 on Sunday and 858 for the tournament which was one stroke ahead of Georgetown.
Among the other Ivy teams in the field, Columbia was third (284 on Sunday, 860 for the tournament), host Princeton was fourth (289, 867), Harvard was fifth (293, 870), Cornell was eighth (294, 896) and Brown was 11th (301, 905).
Junior P.J. Fielding remained Penn's low scorer for the tournament, he shot a 72 on Sunday and ended the tournament at even-par 213 which tied him for sixth in the 73-player field. Senior Scotty Williams had the Quakers' low round on Sunday, a 70, and ended the tournament tied for 14th at 218.
Sophomore Max Marsico shot a 75 on Sunday and tied for 30th at 222, while Colin St. Maxens also shot a 75 on Sunday and ended up tied for 34th at 224. Freshman Austin Powell shot a 77 on Sunday and carded 228 for the tournament, tying for 44th place. Marco Fortades was in the field as an individual and shot a 79 on Sunday to finish tied for 47th at 230.
Dartmouth's Peter Williamson was the individual medalist, he shot a 67 on Sunday and finished the tournament at 5-under-par 208.
Penn will play one final tournament before the Ivy League Championships from April 27-29, competing in next weekend's Navy Spring Classic in Annapolis, Md.