The Columbia men's and women's golf programs held their fourth annual Senior Awards Banquet Thursday evening at the New York Athletic Club.
Columbia senior Jackie Chulya fired a 31 in the final nine holes to conclude the 54-hole Cardinal Cup invitational in eighth place Tuesday. Facing a competitive field that featured seven teams ranked among the nation's top-50 women's golf teams, Chulya finished with a 71 on the final day to pace a Columbia team that finished in 10th place with a combined 931 score (plus 67) at the Louisville Golf Club.
The Columbia women's golf team shot 15 strokes better than its first day of competition to move into ninth place heading into Tuesday's final 18 holes at the Cardinal Cup. The 54-hole, three-day Cardinal Cup competition continues on Tuesday at the University of Louisville Golf Club.
The Columbia women's golf team finished day one of the Cardinal Cup in 11th place Sunday at the University of Louisville Golf Club. The 54-hole, three-day Cardinal Cup competition continues on Monday and Tuesday.
The Columbia women's golf team will travel to Louisville, Ky. this weekend to compete in the 15th annual Cardinal Cup Sunday through Tuesday, Oct. 23-25 at the University of Louisville Golf Club. The Cardinal Cup is a three-day 54-hole competition which features a 16-team field including six teams ranked among the nation's top-50.
Seniors Jackie Chulya and Camilla Vik were named team captains for the 2016-17 Columbia women's golf team, Head Coach Amy Weeks announced on Friday.
Behind top-10 performances from freshman Ridhima Dilawari and senior Jackie Chulya, the Columbia women's golf team captured its second consecutive fall invitational title Sunday as it was named the Yale Intercollegiate team champions at the event. The 19 teams were scheduled to play 18 more rounds on Sunday morning, but competition at the Course at Yale was halted due to inclement weather.
Behind top-10 performances posted by Ridhima Dilawari and Jackie Chulya, the Columbia women's golf team ended Saturday and the first two rounds of the Yale Intercollegiate in first place.
Fresh of its Princeton Invitational team championship, the Columbia women's golf team travels to The Course at Yale to compete in this weekend's Yale Women's Intercollegiate from Friday through Sunday. The Lions will compete in the three-day, 54-hole event with 18 holes on Friday, 18 holes on Saturday and 18 holes on Sunday.
Behind three top-10 individual performances from Camilla Vik, Jackie Chulya and Ridhima Dilawari and a course low 298 stroke performance in the final 18 holes, the Columbia women's golf team came from behind to capture the Princeton Invitational team title Sunday at Springdale Golf Course.
The Columbia women's golf team concluded day one and 36 holes at the Princeton Invitational tied for second place, just two strokes behind team leader Yale on Saturday. The Lions will play the final 18 holes at Springdale Golf Club on Sunday beginning at 9:15 a.m.