To say Saturday was a great day for the Columbia men's golf team at the Ivy League Championship is an extreme understatement. First-year Jeremy Perna (second place) and senior Mert Selamet (eighth place) came out on fire as the duo carded low round two-under-par 70s and senior Arjuna Anday added a 71 (-1) to spark the Lions to a championship team-best two-under-par 286 score Saturday at the Stanwich Club.
Columbia first-year Jeremy Perna concluded day one at the Ivy League Men's Golf Championship in seventh place after shooting a two-over-par 74 Friday at the Stanwich Club. Columbia will tee off for round two at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Columbia men's golf team will travel to Greenwich, Conn. to compete in this weekend's Ivy League Men's Golf Championship Friday through Sunday, April 21-23 at The Stanwich Club. This is the first time the three-day, 54-hole championship event will be contested at the 7,133-yard, par-72 course. The teams will play 18 holes on each day.
Three Columbia men's golfers—first-year Jeremy Perna (13th), senior Arjuna Anday (17th) and senior Mert Selamet (22nd)—all placed among the field's top-25 golfers at this weekend's Rutherford Invitational held Saturday and Sunday at the Penn State Golf Course. Behind the play of all three, Columbia finished the 54 holes in seventh place at 36 holes at plus-32 (294, 293, 297-884).
Senior Arjuna Anday placed 13th with a three-over par to lead the Columbia Men's Golf team to a sixth place finish in day one of the 41st annual Rutherford Invitational Saturday at Penn State Golf Course. The Lions tee off the final round at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning along with Rutgers and Binghamton.
The Columbia men's golf team is one 13 teams who will compete in the Penn State Rutherford Invitational this weekend at the Penn State Golf Course.
Junior Joshua Suh finished in 16th place and senior Mert Selamet and first-year Cullen Chung both shot 71s to lead the Columbia men's golf team to a ninth place team finish at the 31st annual Princeton Invitational Sunday at Springdale Golf Course.
Junior Joshua Suh paced the Columbia men's golf team as he fired a two-under-par 140 to finish the first 36 holes at the 31st annual Princeton Invitational in fourth place out of 75 golfers Saturday at Springdale Golf Course. Suh led Columbia, which enters Sunday's final 18 holes tied for seventh place in the 14-team invitational at +24 after carding a 306-286-592 on Saturday. The Lions roared back in the second round, totaling a 286, which ranked as the round's fourth lowest team score.
The Columbia men's golf team is one of seven Ivy League programs who will compete in the two-day, 54-hole Princeton Invitational on Saturday and Sunday at the Springdale Golf Club.
First-year Cullen Chung led 10 Columbia men's golfers by finishing in eighth place in the individual competition with a two-day 146 at the 36-hole Towson Invitational Sunday.
Senior Arjuna Anday and first-year Cullen Chung led 10 Columbia men's golfers by carding a 72 and currently both stand in 10th place after day one at the Towson Invitational. Columbia's B team is currently in sixth place in the team competition after shooting a 300 (+12), while Columbia's A team is tied for seventh at 301 (+13).
The Columbia men's golf team travels to Maryland to compete in the two-day 36-hole Towson Invitational held at the Prospect Bay Country Club this weekend. Once again, the Lions have entered two teams and 10 golfers in the field.