OWINGS MILLS, MD. – The Dartmouth men’s golf team carded a team total of 293 on Saturday in the second round of the Ivy League Championship to remain in fifth place heading into the final day of action.

The 2013 Ivy League Championship is a three-day, 54-hole event contested at the 6,908 yard, par-70 Caves Valley Golf Club.

Yale shaved ten strokes off their opening round 301 on the second day to jump into first place. Columbia and Penn are tied for second with Princeton and the Big Green rounding out the top five.

Penn’s Max Marsico is the individual leader after 36 holes.

Dartmouth senior James Pleat carded another three-over-par 73. Pleat entered the clubhouse in three-way tie for fifth place and four shots off the lead.

The low scorer for the Big Green was Charlie Edler who fired a one-over par 71. After the first two rounds of the tournament, Edler is one shot behind Pleat’s pace in a tie for seventh.

Joey Maziar, Chales Cai and Harry Boling rounded out the field for the Big Green.

Dartmouth caps the Ivy League Championship Sunday, April 28.