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Men's Golf Remains Fifth at Ivy League Championship

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 04/28/2012
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Greg Jarmas leads the Princeton contingent at the Ivy League tournament.
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GALLOWAY, N.J. -- The Princeton men's golf team is in fifth place at the Ivy League Championship with one round to play Sunday.

Dartmouth leads the field at +36, four shots in front of Columbia, 15 in front of Harvard, 16 in front of Penn and 17 in front of Princeton. Individually, Peter Williamson of Dartmouth had the low round of the tournament with a 69 Saturday, moving him to even par and seven shots in front of three other players.

The top Tiger is Greg Jarmas, tied for fifth at +10, and Princeton will begin teeing off at 11:15 a.m. Sunday. Princeton's complete results are below, and results for all teams are available via Golfstat here.

5. Princeton 321-300--621 (+53)
T5. Greg Jarmas 77-75--152 (+10)
T11. Evan Harmeling 80-75--155 (+13)
16. Bernie D'Amato 78-78--156 (+14)
T18. Rob Owen 86-72--158 (+16)
T39. Patrick Wasserman 87-88--175 (+33)

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