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Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars

Menís Golf Concludes First Round of NCAA Regional Tied for 12th

Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics
          Release: 05/15/2014
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STANDINGS

SAN ANTONIO – The first round of the NCAA Regional in San Antonio at the Briggs Ranch Golf Club came to a close Thursday afternoon with Columbia tied with VCU for 12th, scoring 300 on the day.

Sophomore Harrison Shih was the top finisher for Columbia after the first 18 holes, scoring a one-over 73 to head to the club house tied for 24th. Junior Brandon Jowers finished just two shots back of his teammate, turning in a 75 to end the day tied for 44th.

Senior Andrew Kim and first-year Tharusyan Pillay each carded four-over 76’s to stand in a tie for 57th after round one. First-year Christopher Chu rounded out the Lions’ lineup with a 78 to come in tied for 69th.

No. 6 Georgia holds the team lead after the opening round, scoring a 281, four strokes ahead of College of Charleston. Round two begins at 9 a.m. at Briggs Ranch.

NCAA San Antonio Regional
Thursday, May 15—Saturday, May 17
Briggs Ranch Golf Club
Par: 72
Yardage: 7,206
T12        Columbia                           300        300

T24        Harrison Shih (1) 73           73
T44        Brandon Jowers (5)          75           75
T57        Andrew Kim (2)                  76           76
T57        Tharusyan Pillay (4)          76           76
T69        Christopher Chu (3)          78           78

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