SIMPSONVILLE, Ky.—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.

Columbia shot a plus 31 with an 18-round score of 319. Jackie Chulya led the Lions with a 28th place finish on day one at 78. Rachel Shi tied for 39th place at 79, followed by Amy Ding in 44th place (80), Ridhima Dilawari in 69th place (82) and Camilla Vik in 90th place (87).

Florida State (301) leads the team competition followed by Kentucky (302), Wisconsin (303), Illinois (305) and host Louisville (306). Kentucky’s Jordan Chael and Illinois’ Bing Singhsumalee are tied for the individual lead at 71.

The competitive 16-team field includes No. 7 ranked Florida State, No. 22 Illinois, No. 33 East Carolina, No. 42 Wisconsin, No. 48 Kentucky and No. 50 Louisville. In addition, Maryland, Middle Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Minnesota, Kansas, Cincinnati, Richmond, Bradley and Ball State will also compete.

Tee times are at 10 a.m. on Monday with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

The University of Louisville Golf Course is a par-72, 6,393-yard course.

Live results are available at at this link: Check back with www.gocolumbialions for live updates throughout the three days of competition.