At the end of Saturday's play, the Princeton men's golf team leads the Princeton Invitational by three shots over three-time defending champion Yale.
If the Tigers can hold off the Bulldogs and the rest of the field, it would give Princeton its first championship at its home invitational since 2004. All eight Ivy programs are in the tournament field, as well as Temple, Navy, Saint Joseph's, Georgetown, Seton Hall and Rider.
Princeton carded a +2 as a team through two rounds, going 3-under through Saturday's first round and then 5-over during round two. Yale stands at +5, with Penn and Temple tied for third at +9 and Columbia rounding out the top five at +21.
Individually, Yale's Brad Kushner leads by one shot over a pair of Temple Owls, Brandon Matthews and Matthew Teesdale. For the Tigers, Greg Jarmas and Quinn Prchal are three shots off the pace at even par. Prchal and Kushner share the tournament's low round, each shooting a 4-under 67.
Princeton's scores are below, and complete results and Sunday's tee times can be found on the tournament's page at Golfstat.com.
1. Princeton 281-289--570 (+2)
T4. Greg Jarmas 72-70--142 (E)
T4. Quinn Prchal 67-75--142 (E)
T12. Bernie D'Amato 72-72--144 (+2)
T12. Nicholas Ricci 70-74-144 (+2)
T34. Matt Gerber 78-73--151 (+7)
T37. Joseph D'Amato 76-76--152 (+8)
64. Jason Zhou 81-77-158 (+14)