Men's Golf Still in First After Day 2

Ivy League Championships results

NORTHFIELD, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team remains in first place at the Ivy League Championships after the second day. The Quakers were 6-over par on today's par-70 course with a team 286, but they remain two shots ahead of Dartmouth and three shots ahead of Columbia. The Big Green shot the day's lowest team round (even-par 280), while the Lions were second (283).

Princeton is in fourth, six shots back of Columbia, with Yale three behind the Tigers and Harvard five shots behind the Bulldogs.

Individually, Scotty Williams had another strong round for Penn, shooting a 1-under par 69; as a result, he is alone in third place, one shot behind the leaders (Pete Williamson of Dartmouth, Eric Salazar of Princeton). His older brother, Bryant Williams, went 1-over par for the day, and after two rounds he is at 143 which puts him in a tie for seventh.

Dillon Hakes went 5-over for the day, but his 145 has him tied for 13th. Also tied for 13th is senior Brett Rendina, who carded a 73 Saturday. Kevin Huntington (73 on Saturday) is tied for 19th with a two-round score of 147.

Final-round action will be played Sunday.