PHILADELPHIA - The Penn men’s golf team, after two full weeks off, is in action Monday with the Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational. The one-day event will feature two rounds, one in the morning and another in the afternoon.
The Quakers were led in their first spring tournament by senior Brett Rendina, who filled the leadership role normally reserved for his injured classmate Mike Blodgett and led Penn with the low score at the George Washington Invitational two weekends ago.
What was more impressive, however, was that several players in Penn’s lineup were not far behind Rendina. Kevin Huntington was just one stroke off his teammate’s pace for the two rounds, and three other players -- Scotty Williams, Dillon Hakes and Bryant Williams -- were within five strokes of Rendina.
Following Monday’s tournament, the Quakers return to action again this weekend at the 54-hole Princeton Invitational which will take place Saturday and Sunday.