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Men's Golf Finishes 13th at NCAA Regional

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/18/2013
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Greg Jarmas led Princeton at the NCAA Regional in Pullman, Wash.
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The Princeton men's golf team completed play at the NCAA Regional in Pullman, Wash., Saturday, finishing in 13th place in the 14-team field to close the team's first postseason appearance since 2006.

California, TCU, Saint Mary's, USC and Ball State took the five team berths to the NCAA finals in two weeks in Atlanta, with Ball State edging out San Diego State by one shot on the first playoff hole. Eight-under turned out to be the team cut line for advancing to the finals, with Princeton finishing up at +15.

Individually, Rodolfo Cazaubon earned the individual bid to the NCAA finals at 7-under, tying for sixth place. Greg Jarmas led Princeton at 1-under, tying for 30th overall.

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

13. Princeton 292-297-290--879 (+15)
T30. Greg Jarmas 75-68-72--215 (-1)
T41. Bernie D'Amato 70-76-71--217 (+1)
T57. Quinn Prchal 75-75-72--222 (+6)
67. Nicholas Ricci 72-78-77--227 (+11)
72. Matthew Gerber 78-79-75--232 (+16)

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