Men's Golf Tied for Third at Ivies

Day 1 Results (golfstat.com)

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team is tied for third place after the first day of the Ivy League Championships, being held this weekend at the famed Baltusrol, a par-70 course.

Penn shot 305 as a team Friday, and is tied with Dartmouth for third. Harvard is first with a team 297, followed by Yale (302). Cornell is fifth (308), while Columbia is sixth (309).

Sophomore Scotty Williams was the Quakers' low scorer Friday; in fact, he tied for low scorer among all golfers at 2-over-par 72. That ties him atop the leaderboard with Harvard's Tony Grillo. (Coincidentally, both players are in the No. 3 spot on their teams' lineup)

Senior Chance Pipitone shot a 76 on Friday and is tied for 11th overall, while junior Kevin Huntington carded a 78 and is tied for 21st. Freshman Colin St. Maxens shot 79 in his first Ivy League Championship round and is tied for 25th, while junior Ross Merrill is 36th after a first-round 84.

Play continues with another round Saturday and a final round on Sunday.