Served as team captain ... Finished year with a 78.50 stroke average (1,570 strokes over 20 rounds) ... Finished tied for second at the Princeton Invitational (Oct. 1-2) with a 70-74-76-220 (+4) and led the Lions to a team championship title ... Shot a 54-hole team low 220 at the Princeton Invite ... Season-low round was a 70 at the Princeton Invitational first round ... Finished in 20th place at the Nittany Lion Invitational (Sept. 24-25) with a 79-75-77-231 (+15) ... Competed in seven invitationals.
Finished with an 80.43 stroke average after competing in 14 rounds of action … Did not compete in three of four rounds in the fall because of studying abroad … Posted season-best 76 in both the first and third rounds of the Lady Paladin Invitational to tie for 50th with a 231 (+15) … Finished 21st at the Ivy League Championship after carding an 81-81-82—244 (+25).
Finished the season with the teams best scoring average at 76.22 ... Won the Seton Hall Pirate Invitational (4/2-4/3) at -2, led by a career-best first-round of 69, followed by a 73 ... Shot 71 in the final round of the River Landing Classic (4/11-4/12) helping Columbia to the team win when she tied for 11th place (75-79-71—225) ... Tied for 12th place in a team win at the Nittany Lion Invitational (74-75-76—225) ... At the Princeton Invitational (10/18-10/19) finished in a tie for ninth at +11 (75-73-79—227) ... Opened the season with a 72 in the first round of the Bucknell Invitational (9/6-9/7) to help her tie for eighth place (72-76-81—229).
Competed in 20 rounds and seven tournaments with the team’s fourth-best scoring average at 78.15 … At the Princeton Invitational, her first collegiate tournament, Vik tied for 14th (79-77-73—229) to begin her fall season … Finished in 43rd at the Nittany Lion Invitational, where the team finished in 4th … At the 8th Annual Roar-EE Invitational, Vik tied teammates Michelle Piyapattra and Jackie Chulya for 5th place and helped the team claim victory (77-78—155) … Finished the season in a tie for 11th at the Ivy League Championship (79-74-80—233).
Competed on the women's golf team all four years of high school ... Was the No. 3 as a freshman, moved into the top spot her sophomore season ... Served as the team captain her senior year ... Named to the Fairchester Athletic Association three times ... Claimed the conference's individual medalist honors as a sophomore and junior ... Greenwich captured team titles her first three years on the squad ... Active on the amateur circuit.
Plans to major in business or psychology ... Is fluent in Spanish, French, Swedish and English ... Has dual citizenship with United States and Norway ... Parents are Alexander and Carrie Vik ... Fourth member of her family to play college golf: Father, Alex, played at Harvard (1978), sister, Caroline, also played for the Crimson (2006-10) and her brother, Sebastian, played for Tufts (2010-12) ... Born in Stamford, Connecticut.