NEW HAVEN, Conn.—After shooting a two-over-par 73 on Saturday, Columbia sophomore Ridhima Dilawari moved up 24 spots from 53rd place into 29th place at the Yale Women’s Intercollegiate. The third day of the event was rained out. Columbia, finished in 12th place at 48-over-par 308-308-616.

 

Dilawari carded three birdies and 10 pars en route to shooting a 73. She converted back-to-back birdies on holes three and four. She currently leads the Lions in 29th place at nine-over-par 78-73-151.

 

Ranking tied for second among Columbia golfers were first-years Kim Chiang and Katie Lee, who both stand at plus-15. Chiang shot a 78-79-157, while Lee comes in at 76-81-157. Chiang shot three birdies on Friday, while Lee carded two birdies on Friday.

 

Junior Amy Ding is currently in 65th place at plus-16 (83-75-158). Ding used two birdies to shoot a 75 on Saturday.

 

Rounding out Columbia scoring is senior Nancy Xu, who is now in 83rd place at plus-21 (76-87-163).

 

Competing as individuals are first-year Qingyi Symba Xu is in 65th place at 16-over-par 82-76-158 and sophomore Emily Chu, who is in 65th place at plus-16 (79-79-158).

 

Stirling leads the team competition at 12-over-par 285-295-580 while Stirling’s Chloe Goadby leads all individuals after carding a two-under-par 71-69-140.

 

Columbia is one of 15 teams competing at this weekend’s three-day, 54-hole Yale Intercollegiate event which was played at the par-71, 6,007-yard Course at Yale.

 

Scoring for the event can be accessed at BirdieFire.com at this link.