CENTREVILLE, Va.—The Columbia men’s golf team concluded day one in 11th place at the Patriot Intercollegiate Monday at the Chantilly National Golf & Country Club. Round two was not completed as several golfers will finish tomorrow morning. After round two is finished, the field will be reseeded with tee times starting at 8 a.m.

 

Columbia ended day one currently in 11th place at plus-31 after shooting a 307 in the first round. One Columbia golfer has yet to finish round two.

 

Sophomore Cullen Chung led the Lions in day one in 16th place at two-over-par 75-71-146. Chung totaled nine birdies, including five in the second round where he shot a one-under-par 71. His nine birdies ranked tied for the third-highest total in the field through 36 holes.

 

Sophomore Nick Brisebois checks in 43rd place at eight-over-par 78-74-152. Brisebois finished with three birdies on the day while shooting a two-under-par on the second round’s front nine.

 

Rounding out Columbia’s scores include first-year Dan Terrell, who shot a 10-over-par 77-77-154 while carding four birdies, first-year Arjun Puri, who finished at 11-over-par 77-78-155 and in 58th place and senior Curtis Chan, who finished in 78th place at plus-17 with one more hole to play.

 

Competing as an individual, senior Joshua Suh carded an 11-over-par 75-80-155 to finish day one in 58th place. His day included five birdies.

 

Live scoring for the event is available at this link.

 

Eighteen teams are competing in the event including Columbia, host George Mason, Appalachian State, Bethune Cookman, Delaware, Elon, Florida Gulf Coast, Georgetown, Lafayette, Longwood, McDaniel College, St. Bonaventure, St. John’s, Saint Joseph’s, Villanova, Wagner, Liberty (individuals) and George Washington (individuals).

 

The event is the second of four fall tournaments that the Lions will compete in. After the Patriot Intercollegiate, Columbia will travel to Skokie, Ill. to play in the Windon Memorial Classic (Oct. 8-9). The Lions conclude their fall season at the Camden Collegiate in Camden, S.C. Oct. 21-22.