REHOBETH BEACH, Del. – Playing in a field consisting primarily of Division I golfers, Franklin & Marshall's Cameron Warner shot a 73 for a tenth place finish at Monday's Rehobeth Beach Fall Invitational, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania. The event was scheduled for 36 holes on the course at King's Creek Country Club, however, heavy rain on Monday limited play to 18 holes.
Warner's 73 left the junior in a three-way tie for tenth place and four strokes off of the medalist pace set by the University of Maryland's Jon Popeck. For Warner, the 10th place finish marks the 10th top-ten finish in his career. Popeck shot 69 to edge his teammate, Tom Hanna. The Terps walked away with the team title owning a 14 stroke advantage over Penn. The Diplomats finished in 12th place in the field of 13 teams.
Warner was the only F&M golfer to finish in the top 50. Danny Liebowitz shot 82 to tie for 56th place. Brendan Mohler carded an 84 to tie for 60th. Jeremy Rubin rounded out F&M's scoring four with an 85 for 63rd place, while Jin Hwang posted an 87 for 68th in the field of 72.
The Diplomats return to action on Thursday at Messiah's Fall Invitational.