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One Round Remains for Men's Golf at NCAA Regional

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/17/2013
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Greg Jarmas is the top Tiger after two rounds at Washington State.
Courtesy: Rod Commons

The Princeton men's golf team remained in 13th place at the NCAA Regional in Pullman, Wash., after Friday's second round.

No. 1 California still leads the field, standing at 35-under through 36 holes, 11 shots better than USC. The top five teams will advance to the NCAA Championship at Georgia Tech in two weeks, and the two Pac-12 schools along with Saint Mary's and TCU are in the top four with San Diego State and Pacific tied for fifth. Ball State and Virginia Tech are just two shots back of that group at -11, with BYU next at -3.

Princeton stands at 13-over through two rounds. Greg Jarmas, tied for 34th at 1-under, leads the Princeton contingent, three shots in front of the Tigers' 18-hole leader, Bernie D'Amato, at +2.

Individually, USC's Sam Smith, who has had the two lowest rounds of the tournament, leads the field at -18, six shots better than Cal's Michael Weaver. The top player not advancing with one of the five teams will also go to the NCAA finals, and depending on the fifth-place team tie, that standard is either with Pacific's Eric Sugimoto at -9 or San Diego State's Riccardo Michelini at -7.

Princeton's results are below, and results for all teams can be found here via Golfstat. Princeton's final round Saturday will start at 12:20 p.m. ET.

13. Princeton 292-297--589 (+13)
T34. Greg Jarmas 73-68--143 (-1)
T49. Bernie D'Amato 70-76--146 (+2)
T61. Quinn Prchal 75-75--150 (+6)
T61. Nicholas Ricci 72-78--150 (+6)
72. Matthew Gerber 78-79--157 (+13)







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