Menís Golf Tied For 10th at Big 5 Invitational
Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars


HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. - After one round of play at the Big 5 Invitational, the Columbia men's golf team is in a three-way tie for tenth. The Lions carded a team score of 316, equal to Fordham and Brown Saturday.

Harrison Shih posted the low round of the day for Columbia. Shih, coming off a third-place finish at the John Dallio Memorial last week, is tied for 16th after shooting a plus-seven 77 Saturday. Andrew Kim recorded a first-round score of 78 and will start the final round Sunday tied for 24th.

Ford Fischer heads into Sunday's round tied for 48th after carding an 80 through the opening round. Michael Yiu and Brandon Jowers each registered an 81 through the first 18 holes and are tied for 56th.

Jowers will be the first Columbia student-athlete to tee off Sunday at 10:06 a.m. Yiu, Fischer, Kim and Shih will follow respectively. Fans can follow the second round Sunday with live stats provided by