After day one at the NCAA Regional in Pullman, Wash., the Princeton men's golf team stands in 13th place.
The Tigers were 4-over for the first round with a score of 292 in a very challenging field. California, the No. 1 team in the nation, leads the field at 23-under, just two shots in front of Bay Area rival Saint Mary's.
On the individual leaderboard, California's Sam Smith is on top at 10-under, one shot ahead of Mac McClung of Saint Mary's.
Among Tigers, Bernie D'Amato leads the contingent at 2-under, tied for 30th place. Princeton will begin teeing off for Friday's second round at 12:50 p.m. ET.
Princeton's complete results are below, and results for all teams are available via Golfstat here.
13. Princeton 292 (+4)
T30. Bernie D'Amato 70 (-2)
T49. Nicholas Ricci 72 (E)
T66. Greg Jarmas 75 (+3)
T66. Quinn Prchal 75 (+3)
72. Matthew Gerber 78 (+6)