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Harmeling Paces Men's Golf to Stand Second at Yale

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 10/02/2011
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Evan Harmeling led Princeton at Yale Saturday.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

With one round to play Sunday, the Princeton men's golf team stands in second place at Yale's McDonald Cup, six shots behind the host Bulldogs.

The original schedule was to play two rounds Saturday, but rain cut play short to 18 holes.

Senior Evan Harmeling shot a 68 to lead the team and tie him at third overall at -2. Dartmouth's Peter Williamson leads the field at -5, with Columbia's Brendan Doyle next at -3.

While Yale's scoring four totaled an even-par finish for the first round, Princeton, at +6, stands two shots clear of third-place Dartmouth at +8. None of the 13 schools in the field is more than 22 shots off the pace.

Princeton's results are below, and complete results can be found via Golfstat here.

2. Princeton 286 (+6)
T3. Evan Harmeling 68 (-2)
T8. Bernie D'Amato 70 (E)
T13. Chase Woodsum (+2)
T45. Greg Jarmas 76 (+6)
T70. Rob Owen 80 (+10)

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