Bulldogs in Second at Princeton Invitational
McCarthy Alone in First
PRINCETON, N.J. – The Bulldogs are in striking distance of rival Harvard as they head into the final round at the Princeton Invitational. Yale (583) is just one shot behind Harvard (584) after 36 holes. Junior Thomas McCarthy leads all individuals with rounds of 67 (-4) and 70 (-1). His first round score of 67 is the lowest of the tournament.
The second lowest score of the tournament came from another Bulldog, freshman Brad Kushner. He accompanied it with a 79 (+8) for a total of 147, putting him in a tie for 16th. Senior captain Ben Wescoe finished in a tie for 35th with scores of 72 (+1) and 79 (+8). Rounding out Yale’s team was junior Brandon Marick and freshman Carson Weinand. Marick finished in a tie for 42nd, while Weinand, who led the Bulldogs last week, is currently in a tie for 51st. Marick shot two rounds of 76 (+5) and Weinand went 79 (+8), 73 (+2).
The Bulldogs will have one more round on Sunday to try and overtake Harvard.
Report filed by Charles Moore ’10, Yale Sports Publicity