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Crowded Leaderboard Greets @princetongolf Men After Day Two at Ivies

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 04/27/2013
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The Princeton men's golf is in fourth place heading into the final day of the Ivy League Championship at Caves Valley in Maryland, but the Tigers are one of five teams within four shots of the lead.

Yale leads Columbia and Penn by two shots, Princeton by three and Dartmouth by four. Harvard, Cornell and Brown complete the standings heading into the final 18 holes Sunday. Princeton's round will begin at 8 a.m.

The Tigers are also in the hunt for the individual title, with Greg Jarmas standing just one shot back of Penn's Max Marsico (+2), who held on to his lead after the first day. Jarmas and Yale's Sam Bernstein are both at +3, with Harvard's Un Cho in fourth at +5.

Princeton's results are below, and results from all teams are available via Golfstat here.

4. Princeton 298-297--595 (+35)
T2. Greg Jarmas 71-72--143 (+3)
T10. Bernie D'Amato 75-74--149 (+9)
T10. Quinn Prchal 78-71--149 (+9)
24. Nicholas Ricci 74-80--154 (+14)
39. Matthew Gerber 80-86--166 (+26)

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