Men’s Golf Stays Atop the Field After Day Two of Ivy League Championships

Men’s Golf Stays Atop the Field After Day Two of Ivy League Championships

GREENWICH, Conn. – After shooting four-over par 292 in the second round, reigning Ivy League champion Harvard men's golf (+9) holds a two-stroke lead over Cornell (+11) at the 2017 Ivy League Men's Golf Championship. 

The Crimson dropped a stroke on day two at The Stanwich Club's 7,133-yard, par-72 course while playing with the Big Red in the day's final pairing. Senior Daniel de la Garza again carded an even-par 72 to lead the Crimson as one of 10 golfers on the day to shoot even-par or better during the second round.  Senior Robert Deng joined de la Garza at even-par, while senior Kendrick Vinar (+1, 73) and junior Greg Royston (+3, 75) rounded out the Harvard scoring five.