Men's Golf 10th After First Round of Towson Invite

GRASONVILLE, Md. - The University of Pennsylvania men's golf team is in 10th place out of 23 teams after one day at the Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational. The Quakers shot 323 as a team.

William & Mary is in first place heading into Sunday's final round; the Tribe shot exactly 300 as a team to finish two shots ahead of second-place Arkansas. Host Towson is a distant third, at 312.

Seniors Austin Powell and Ben Cooley both shot 79 on Saturday and were the Quakers' low scorers; they are among a group of golfers tied for 26th in the field of 118 golfers.

Freshman Amay Poria was a shot behind his teammates and is tied for 38th overall, while Tomas Agrest shot an 85 and is tied for 85th. Sophomore Dane Walton, playing his first tournament this spring, shot a 90 on Saturday and is tied for 109th.

The tournament will conclude with a final 18 holes on Sunday morning, starting at 9 a.m.

Download: Whiting-Turner_Towson_Invitational_Rnd_1_Team_Standings.pdf