SIMPSONVILLE, Ky.—The Columbia women’s golf team ended day one and the first 36 holes at the highly competitive Cardinal Cup in 14th place. Columbia shot a 48-over-par 309-315-624 on Saturday at the University of Louisville Golf Course. The Lions will tee off the event’s final 18 holes on Sunday at 9:15 a.m.


Live scoring for the Cardinal Cup can be found at at this link.


First-year Kim Chiang led the Lions through day one as she currently sits in 40th place with a 10-over-par 74-80-154. Chiang carded two birdies en route to shooting a 74 in the first round.


Sophomore Ridhima Dilawari ended day one in 60th place with a 14-over-par 79-79-158. She totaled three birdies on the day. Junior Amy Ding is also in 60th place with a 78-80-158. She tallied one birdie.


First-year Katie Lee concluded day one in 73rd place at 17-over-par 85-76-161 and sophomore Emily Chu is in 76th place at 19-over par 78-85-163.


Fourteen teams will compete in the event including Ball State, Charlotte, Columbia, East Carolina, Illinois, Kent State, Kentucky, Louisville, Memphis, Murray State, Richmond, Toledo, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin. Eight of the nation’s top-50 teams are competing in the invitational this weekend.


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The event marks Columbia’s final fall competition.