CAMDEN, S.C.—Senior Joshua Suh led the Columbia men’s golf team with a 27th place finish as the Lions concluded the two-day, 54-hole Camden Collegiate Invitational in 16th place Sunday at Camden Country Club. Columbia shot a 59-over-par 293-296-310-899 on day one.

 

Suh shot an eight-over-par 70-73-75-218. He carded seven birdies over the three rounds. On Saturday, hit six birdies including four in the first round. He fired back-to-back birdies on holes 2 and 3 in the first round en route to an even score 70.

 

Sophomore Nick Brisebois placed 60th at 16-over-par 74-76-76-226 after totaling five birdies. Senior Curtis Chan finished the invite in 72nd place at 19-over-par 77-72-80-229. After carding one birdie in the first round, Chan fired four birdies to finish at 72 in the second round.

 

Rounding out Columbia scorers including first-year Arjun Puri in 74th place at 20-over par 76-75-79-230 and sophomore Cullen Chung in 85th place at 25-over-par 73-80-82-235.

 

More information on the invitational is available at this link. Final scoring for the event is available at this link.

 

Seventeen teams competed in the event including Columbia, Charleston Southern, Dartmouth, Elon, Francis Marion, Furman, Gardner Webb, George Washington, High Point, James Madison, Lamar, Presbyterian, Radford, USC-Aiken, USC-Upstate and host South Carolina. Hosted by the University of South Carolina, the Camden Country Club is a 6,455-yard course with a par of 70.

 

The event marks Columbia’s final fall competition.