Men's Golf Tied For Lead at GW Invite

BETHANY BEACH, Del. - The Penn men's golf team is tied for first place after the first day of the George Washington Invitational, which is being held atBear Trap Dunes Golf Course in Delaware.

The Quakers shot a first-round 303 (15 over par) and are tied with Skidmore College. Delaware is third with 304, and Longwood and Colgate are tied for fourth at 305. A total of 22 teams are competing in the event.

Individually, Penn senior Brett Rendina led the way for the Quakers; he carded 74 and is tied for seventh place with three other players. Delaware's Justin Martinson is the individual leader heading into Saturday's final round after shooting 71 on Friday.

Complete first-round results were not available as of Saturday morning.

The tournament has been shortened from 54 to 36 holes; the teams played 18 on Friday, and will conclude play with 18 more on Saturday.