PRINCETON, N.J. - The Columbia women's golf team finished the final round of the Princeton Invitational in third place after shooting a team score of 308-300-294--902 on Sunday at Springdale Golf Club.

As a team, the Lions shot a low round score of 294 on the final day by seven shots.

Michelle Piyapattra led the Columbia contingent through all three rounds. After carding a 72 for par in the first round, the senior carded a 73 in round two and a low-round 70 on day three to finish in second place, just three strokes behind winner Tiffany Lim of Harvard.

Lim shot a 66 in the first round, marking the lowest round ever at the Princeton Invitational dating back to 1997.

Jackie Chulya (77-71-74--222) trimmed six strokes off of her first round score to finish sixth.

Columbia, Delaware, Harvard, Lehigh, Penn, Princeton, St. John's and Seton Hall comprised the eight-team field competing on the par-72, 6,131-yard course.

The Lions are back in action with the 2013 Alumni Golf outing to be held Sept. 20 at Tuxedo Club in New York. Click here to register for the 2013 Columbia University Golf Alumni & Friends Tournament.

Complete results for the tournament are available here via BirdieFire.