In Crowded Field, One Round is Complete for Men's Golf at Ivy Championship
The Princeton men's golf team is in seventh place after 18 holes at the Ivy League Championship, but the Tigers are just nine shots back in a crowded field at Baltusrol Golf Club's Lower Course.
Harvard and Dartmouth co-lead the field at 19-over, just one shot in front of Yale, three shots in front of both Columbia and Penn, seven in front of Cornell, nine better than Princeton and 12 in front of Brown.
On the individual leaderboard, Brown's Nelson Hargrove and Dartmouth's Scott Jaster co-lead at even par, with Harvard's Theodore Lederhausen and Cornell's Carl Schimenti two shots back. Jason Chen and defending Ivy champion Greg Jarmas are the top Tigers, each tied for 14th at +6.
Princeton's results are below, and results for all teams, including tee times for round two, are available via Golfstat here.