PURCHASE, N.Y. — The Dartmouth men's golf team, led by senior Peter Williamson, is in second place and five shots off the lead after the first round of the Century Intercollegiate on Saturday. Rhode Island leads the event with a 296, while the Big Green finished round one with a 301.
Williamson leads the individual portion of the event by four strokes after a three-under 68 in round one. The senior carded a 33 on the front and a 35 on the back of the 6,925-yard par-71 course. Branden Chicorka of Rhode Island and Tony Grillo of Harvard are tied for second at one-over (72).
The Big Green's James Pleat (Nashua, N.H.) is in a three-way tie for eighth at four-over with a 75. Pleat fired a 37 on the front and a 38 on the back. Sophomore Joey Maziar (Atlanta, Ga.) is tied for 11th with three other players at five-over after a 76.
Dartmouth's fourth scorer is freshman Daniel Knight (Montreal, Quebec) who finished round one with an 11-over 82. He is tied for 41st with four other players. Freshman Charlie Edler (Fair Haven, N.J.) is tied for 50th with a 13-over 84.
Junior Andrew Jankowski (Elkins, N.H.), who is competing at the event as an individual, shot an 81 in the opening round and is tied for 32nd.
Yale sits in third at the event after a 303, Harvard is in fourth with a 305 and Princeton is in fifth at 307.
The tournament concludes on Sunday.