BEDMINSTER, N.J. - The Columbia women's golf team won its second tournament in as many tries, edging Yale by one stroke Sunday to capture top honors at the first-ever Seton Hall Pirate Invitational at Trump National Golf Club. 

Senior Michelle Piyapattra shot the low round on the day with a 72, tying her with St. John’s Anna Kim at the end of 36 holes. The tiebreaker lasted just two holes, with Columbia’s Piyapattra coming out on top to win individual medalist honors.

Rachel Shi dropped her second round score to 78 after shooting an 80 on Saturday to finish tied for 11th. Lisa Combs also broke the top 20, carding an 80 on Sunday to complete play tied for 17th.

Monique Ishikawa made a three stroke improvement from her first round, posting an 82 to end tied for 39th. Jane Dong made the most drastic improvement of any Lion, carding a 79, 12 strokes better than her first round, to finish tied for 44th.

Individual Jackie Chulya mimicked her opening round score with another 80 to conclude play tied for 15th.

Columbia wraps up the regular season on April 18 when it hosts the 8th Annual Roar-EE Invitational at Knickerbocker Country Club in Tenafly, N.J.

1 COLUMBIA 322-309--631
T1 Michelle Piyapattra 76-72--148
T11 Rachel Shi 80-78--158
T15 Jackie Chulya 80-80-160
T17 Lisa Combs 81-80--161
T39 Monique Ishikawa 85-82--167
T44 Jane Dong 91-79--170