SIMPSONVILLE, Ky.—The Columbia women’s golf team concluded the highly competitive, 54-hole Cardinal Cup in 14th place Sunday at the University of Louisville Golf Course. Columbia finished the event at 80-over-par 309-315-321-944.

 

The event was played at the par-72, 6,250-yard University of Louisville Golf Course. Final scoring for the Cardinal Cup can be found at www.golfstat.com at this link.

 

Junior Amy Ding led the Lions effort with a 48th place finish at 18-over-par 78-80-76-234. She finished the two-day invite with two birdies and ranked 11th among all golfers in total pars (36).

 

First-year Kim Chiang finished in 51st place with a 19-over-par 74-79-82-235. Chiang carded two birdies en route to shooting a 74 in the first round.

 

Sophomore Ridhima Dilawari concluded the invite in 64th place with a 24-over-par 79-79-82-240. She totaled six birdies on the weekend.

 

Also competing for the Lions was first-year Katie Lee, who finished in 70th place at 26-over-par 85-76-81-242 and sophomore Emily Chu, who finished in 78th place with a 32-over-par 78-85-85-248.

 

Eight of the nation’s top-50 teams competed in the invitational. Fourteen schools competed at the event including Ball State, Charlotte, Columbia, East Carolina, Illinois, Kent State, Kentucky, host Louisville, Memphis, Murray State, Richmond, Toledo, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin.

 

Check back at www.gocolumbialions.com for updates throughout the weekend.

 

The event marks Columbia’s final fall competition.