Men's Golf Tied For Sixth at Princeton

Day 1 Results (PDF)

PRINCETON, N.J. - The Penn men's golf team is tied for sixth place out of 14 teams after the first day of the Princeton Invitational. The Quakers shot 305 and are tied with Yale heading into Sunday's final round.

The teams played 18 holes Saturday instead of the scheduled 36, due to inclement weather. They will conclude the tournament with 18 more holes Sunday.

Rutgers leads the team charge after shooting 294 Saturday, while Columbia is second at 298 and Princeton is third with 301. Among the other Ivy League teams, Harvard is tied for fourth (304) and Cornell is 10th (310).

Senior Brett Rendina shot 74 and was Penn's low scorer Saturday; he is tied for 11th overall. Scotty Williams shot 76 and is tied for 22nd, while Kevin Huntington shot 77 and is tied for 29th. Freshman Dillon Hakes was right behind those two, shooting 78 to tie for 35th. Bryant Williams (t-69th/84) rounded out Penn's contingent.

Harvard's Greg Shuman is the individual leader heading into Sunday's final round; he shot 70 and holds a one-shot lead over Rider's Eric Lefante and Princeton Eric Salazar.

Download: Princeton Round 1.PDF