Senior Nancy Xu and junior captain Amy Ding finished in 22nd and 36th place respectively to lead the Columbia women's golf team at this weekend's 3M Augusta Invitational at Forest Hills Golf Course.
The Columbia women's golf team gets back into action this weekend when it travels to Augusta, Ga. for the three-day 3M Augusta Invitational March 16-18 at Forest Hills Golf Club. It marks the second consecutive year that the Lions will compete at the 3M Augusta Invite.
The Columbia men's and women's golf programs held their fifth annual Senior Awards Dinner Thursday evening at the New York Athletic Club. Columbia Director of Golf Rich Mueller and Head Women's Coach Amy Weeks each presented awards to their three senior class members: Curtis Chan, Joshua Suh and Nancy Xu. The threesome will play its final three collegiate months and graduate in May 2018.
The Columbia women's golf team played the final 18 holes at the highly-competitive Florida State Match-Up Saturday at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course. In a competition which featured seven top-50 nationally ranked teams, Columbia concluded the two-day, 54-hole event in 12th place at +58 (307-309-306-922).
The Columbia women's golf team concluded day one at the highly-competitive Florida State Match-Up Friday at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course. Competition will commence on Saturday with the final 18 holes beginning at 1 p.m.
Columbia women's golf will open its 2018 spring season at the fifth annual Florida State Match-Up Tournament this weekend at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course in Tallahassee, Fla.
Columbia University has announced a new $100,000 capital gift and the establishment of a $100,000 endowment fund for its varsity men's and women's golf programs to build and maintain a world-class indoor training facility. The total $200,000 capital gift and endowment is made possible through a gift from The R.N.G.S. Foundation, whose principal is a member of the Overseers Committee at Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute Brain Trust.
Junior Amy Ding was named team captain for the 2017-18 Columbia women's golf team, Head Coach Amy Weeks announced on Tuesday.
Three-time All-Ivy League honoree Jackie Chulya will serve as the Columbia women's golf program's volunteer assistant coach, Head Coach Amy Weeks announced on Monday. In addition to her duties with the women's golf program, Chulya will continue to compete professionally around the world.
The Columbia women's golf team concluded the highly competitive, 54-hole Cardinal Cup in 14th place Sunday at the University of Louisville Golf Course. Columbia finished the event at 80-over-par 309-315-321-944.
The Columbia women's golf team ended day one and the first 36 holes at the highly competitive Cardinal Cup in 14th place. Columbia shot a 48-over-par 309-315-624 on Saturday at the University of Louisville Golf Course. The Lions will tee off the event's final 18 holes on Sunday at 9:15 a.m.
The Columbia women's golf team travels to its final invitational of the fall season when it will compete at the 14th annual 54-hole, two-day Cardinal Cup this weekend. Competition begins at the University of Louisville Golf Course on Saturday at 9:15 a.m. when all teams tee off. The Lions are in will be in Simpsonville Friday for a practice round.