Final Results (PDF)
REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. - The Penn men's golf team hosted the Rehoboth Beach Invitational Monday at Kings Creek Country Club, and the Quakers finished second out of 11 teams at the 36-hole event.
Maryland took team honors with rounds of 289 and 290 for a two-round 579. Penn was second (293-288--581), while Delaware was third (291-293--584). The only other team to break 600 on the day was fourth-place Rutgers (297-299--596).
Senior Chance Pipitone and freshman Colin St. Maxens were Penn's low scorers Monday. Pipitone shot 73 and followed that up with his low round for the year, a 69, to finish at 142. St. Maxens went 72-70 to match him at 142. That allowed the two of them to tie for fourth place, along with Maryland's Donnie Shin.
Sophomore Scotty Williams (72-78--150) and junior Ross Merrill (76-74--150) -- who was one of three Quakers players on the course playing as an individual -- were two of three players who tied for 12th overall, while junior Kevin Huntington (76-75--151) tied for 15th. From Penn's lineup, senior Bryant Williams (84-74--158) tied for 33rd.
Freshman P.J. Fielding (80-76--156/t-27) -- who was playing his first event for Penn -- and sophomore Dillon Hakes (82-76--158/t-33) joined Merrill in playing as individuals.
Delaware's Justin Martinson easily won medalist honors; he shot 67-66--133 to finish at 9-under par and eight strokes ahead of teammate Greg Matthias and Maryland's John Popeck. In all, 69 players made up Monday's field.
Penn is back in action this Saturday and Sunday, participating in the 54-hole Princeton Invitational.
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