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Daniel Lauletta, Coordinator of Sports Info
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Wilmington Golf Finishes First Round at Guy Harvey Invitational Before Weather Cuts the Day Short

Monday, October 7, 2013 - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

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Senior Jerry Temple shot an even par 72 in the opening round at the Guy Harvey Invitational on Monday to lead the Wildcats. Copyright 2013; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.

Before the rain came and washed away the rest of the second round on Monday, the Wilmington University golf team finished the first round in 13th place at the Guy Harvey Invitational hosted by Nova Southeastern at the PGA National Fazio Course.

The team shot a 301 to sit in 13th out of 16 teams after the first round of place, with the second round cut short due to weather. The golfers will finish their second round starting Tuesday morning at 8:15 a.m., followed by the third round of play.

Senior Jerry Temple led the Wildcats in the first round, shooting a 72 even par score in his first 18 holes, sitting him in a tie for 10th place overall.

Senior Andrew Baldo finished with a two over par 74 for his first round and is in a tie for 31st overall on the leaderboard. Freshman Freddy Braun was the third best Wildcat on Monday afternoon, finishing with a 77, five over par to sit in a tie for 59th overall.

Rounding out the Wildcat scoring was sophomore Andreas Lunding who is currently in a tie for 67th overall after shooting a six over, 78, in the first round.

Senior Tomasz Pulsakowski was the final competitor on the course for the Wildcats on Monday and he shot an 81, nine over par in the first round, placing him in a tie for 79th overall.

Rollins College sits atop the leaderboard after the first round, as it shot a 286 as a team, coming in at two under par. Barry is second after the first round with a 290, plus two for the day. Host Nova Southeastern rounds out the top three teams of the tournament, finishing with a 291, three over par in the first round.

Four players are tied atop the standings after the opening 18 holes, as all four shot a two under 70 for the day. Armstrong Atlantic’s Shad Tuten, Barry’s Mario Beltran and Eirik Grouenhaug, and Lynn’s Martin Cancino are all tied for first.