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Men's Golf Stands Third at Princeton Invitational

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 04/09/2011
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Taylor Peck (pictured) and Evan Harmeling are two Tigers in the top 10 at the Princeton Invitational.
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PRINCETON -- Yale turned in three of the top four scores through two rounds at the Princeton Invitational men's golf tournament Saturday to lead the 12-team field by 13 strokes with one round to play Sunday.

Princeton stands tied for third in its 25th annual home tournament after a collective 19-over score through the first two rounds, 22 shots behind Yale. Dartmouth also carded a +19, while Penn is the runner-up at +10.

Dartmouth's Peter Williamson, defending event champion Tom McCarthy of Yale, and his Bulldog teammate Sam Bernstein are tied for medalist honors at 2-under, one shot ahead of Yale's Brad Kushner. Princeton has two competitors in the top 10, with rookie Taylor Peck and junior Evan Harmeling each tied for fifth overall at even par.

Sophomore Bernie D'Amato and freshman Greg Jarmas are each tied for 15th at +4, while senior Eric Salazar and junior Chase Lovett-Woodsum are tied for 30th at +9 and junior Patrick Wasserman is tied for 54th at +14. Peck, D'Amato, Salazar, Lovett-Woodsum and Wasserman are Princeton's scoring five for the event, while Harmeling and Jarmas are playing as individuals.

For complete results via Golfstat, click here. For PDF results and Sunday's tee times, see the PDF links above.

Princeton's results through round two:
T3. Princeton 295-292--587 (+19)
T5. Taylor Peck 72-70--142 (E)
T15. Bernie D'Amato 72-74--146 (+4)
T30. Eric Salazar 78-73--151 (+9)
T30. Chase Lovett-Woodsum 76-75--151 (+9)
T54. Patrick Wasserman 75-81--156 (+14)
Individuals
T5. Evan Harmeling 71-71--142 (E)
T15. Greg Jarmas 73-73--146 (+4)

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