Men's Golf in First After One Day of GW Invitational

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. - The Penn men's golf team is in first place after Saturday's first-round action at the George Washington Invitational. The Quakers shot a team score of 286 and lead by four shots over Seton Hall heading into Sunday's final round.

The Pirates shot 290; Longwood is third at 291. Among other Ivy League teams in the tournament, Yale is fourth overall (294) and Cornell is tied for 19th with 309.

Individually, Penn is being led by freshman Chance Pipitone. In fact, Pipitone is tied for first overall with Monmouth's Anthony Campanile. Both players shot six-under par 66 and hold a two-stroke lead over third-place Kyle Morris from Seton Hall.

Michael Blodgett is tied for fifth place after firing a first-round 71, while Dean Merrill is tied for 17th overall with a 1-over par 73.

Sean Barrett (76/t-44) and Nick Ryder (77/t-58th) rounded out Penn's contingent.