Men's Golf Fourth After Day 1 in Princeton

Saturday Results (PDF)

PRINCETON, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team is fourth out of 15 teams after one day at the Princeton Invitational.

The Quakers were consistent, carding 294 in Saturday's first round and 295 in the second round for a two-round 589 that has them behind Harvard (288-294--582), Yale (294-289--583) and Towson (296-291--587). Cornell is fifth (305-286--591).

Individually, senior Chance Pipitone was Penn's low scorer on Saturday; he carded 72-70--142 on the par-71 course to finish the day at an even-par 142. That puts him in a tie with Villanova's Brendan Kelly for second place overall, behind only Yale's Tom McCarthy (67-70--137). Freshman Colin St. Maxens is among a group of four players who are tied for fourth at 145; St. Maxens went 72 in the first round and 73 in the second.

Sophomore Scotty Williams went 74-75--149 on Saturday and is tied for 23rd overall. Junior Ross Merrill scored for Penn in Saturday's first round and finished at 76-78--154, while sophomore Dillon Hakes scored in the second round and shot 79-77--156 on the day. Merrill is tied for 51st overall, while Hakes is tied for 59th. In all, 78 golfers completed Saturday's first two rounds.

The tournament concludes Sunday with one final round.

Download: RD2MEDIA.PDF