BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The University of Pennsylvania men's golf team continued its solid play and is second heading into Sunday's final round at the Ivy League Championships. The final round will take place Sunday on Saucon Valley's par-72 Grace Course.
Penn shot 291 on Saturday and is at 598 (22 over par) through two rounds. That has the Quakers behind only Princeton, which is at 594 through two rounds. Columbia is third, at 605.
Individually, senior Austin Powell is in second place after shooting a 74 on Saturday which had him at 146 through two rounds. He is three shots behind Princeton Quinn Prchal, who carded a 68 on Saturday. Three golfers are two shots behind Powell.
Senior Ben Cooley had Penn's low score on Saturday, carding a 70. He is at 150 through two rounds and is tied for seventh overall. Sophomore Dane Walton shot a 73 on Saturday and is tied for 11th overall at 152 heading into Sunday's final round. Penn's other scorer on Saturday was junior Patrick O'Leary, who shot a 74 and is tied for 25th overall at 156. Freshman Amay Poria had a 78 on Saturday and is 18th overall at 154 heading into Sunday.
Penn will play with Harvard, Columbia and Princeton in Sunday's final round. The men's players will tee off from the 10th tee, with O'Leary teeing off at 9:20 a.m.; Poria teeing off at 9:32 a.m.; Walton at 9:44 a.m.; Cooley at 9:56 a.m.; and Powell at 10:08 a.m.