April 21, 2007
Galloway, NJ - After the first day of competition at the Ivy League men's golf championship at the par 71 Galloway National Golf Club, the Brown men's golf team stands in third place with a two-round 609 (306, 303), just 11 shots out of first place. Columbia leads the tournament at 598, followed by Penn (603), Brown (609), Dartmouth (612), Harvard (614), Cornell (617), Princeton (619) and Yale (619).
Junior Larry Haertel, the defending Ivy League individual champion, shot a two-round 148 (72,76), and stands in a fifth place tie with teammate Conor Malloy (77, 71), four shots out of the individual lead at plus-six.
Bears' freshman John Giannuzzi shot a two-round 153 (75, 78), and stands in 14th place. Sophomore Chris Hoffman shot 160 for the Bears on scores of 82 and 78, while senior Aaron Telch came in at 164 (83, 81).
Play will conclude on Sunday with 18 holes, starting at 7:30 a.m..