PRINCETON, N.J. - Ivy League men's golf squads are nearly in full swing for the fall portion of the 2014-15 season.
Brown, Cornell, Harvard and Princeton opened the fall campaign last weekend, while Columbia, Dartmouth and Yale begin play this weekend.
Brown and Cornell opened at the Navy Fall Classic in Annapolis, Md. Playing at the U.S. Naval Academy Golf Club's 6,500-yard course, Cornell placed seventh and Brown finished ninth in the 36-hole event. Mike Graboyes led Cornell with a 13th-place finish, carding rounds of 74 and 71. Brown's Justin Miller finished in a tie for 16th place at 146 with rounds of 74 and 72. Miller was tied with four other players, including the Big Red's Luke Grayboyes (69-77=146).
Harvard opened the season at the Wolverine Intercollegiate in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Crimson finished tied for eighth with a 54-hole score of 882. Harvard's top finisher was Rohan Ramnath, whose scores of 74, 71 and 74 gave him a tournament total of 219 and a 31st place finish.
Princeton played a dual match on Sunday with Texas A&M. The Aggies won the dual, 289-322. Princeton's Jason Chen carded a one-over par 73 to lead the Tigers at historic Baltusrol Golf Club.
This weekend, defending Ivy League champion Columbia, Harvard and Yale will play in the Doc Gimmler Invitational, hosted by St. John's at Bethpage's Red Course in Farmingdale, N.Y.
Dartmouth also opens this weekend, playing in the Bucknell Invitational at Bucknell Golf Club in Lewisburg, Pa.
Penn will open the season Sept. 20 at the Cornell Invitational.