Men's Golf Tied For Second After Day 2 at Ivies

Results After Day 2 (PDF)

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - The University of Pennsylvania men's golf team had a rough go of it on Saturday, failing to hold its first-round lead at the Ivy League Championships. After a second-round 302, the Quakers are tied for secondin the eight-team field at Caves Valley GC.

Four teams broke 300 on Saturday, led by Yale's 291 which put the Bulldogs atop the leaderboard at 592 overall. Columbia (293 on Saturday) joins Penn at 594, while Princeton (297) is fourth at 595 and Dartmouth (293) is fifth at 596. In other words, it is pretty wide open heading into Sunday morning's final round.

Individually, Max Marsico was able to hold on to his lead in the 40-player field; he shot 74 on Saturday and is at 142 through two rounds which is one shot ahead of Yale's Sam Bernstein and Princeton Greg Jarmas.

Senior P.J. Fielding is next on the leaderboard for Penn; he shot 76 on Saturday and is tied for seventh overall at 147. Sophomore Austin Powell had the Quakers' best round on Saturday, a 73, and moved up to t-19th in the field. Ben Cooley and Colin St. Maxens both carded 79 on Saturday; they are tied for 25th and 28th, respectively, at 155 and 156.

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