WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The Columbia University men's golf team concluded its third fall tournament of 2010 this weekend at the Joe Agee Invitational, hosted by William & Mary. The Lions shaved four strokes off their first-round score to close out the highly-competitive tournament in eighth place at 600.

First-year Jordan Lee once again led the way, shooting a team-best 73 on the final day of competition. Lee tied for seventh individually at 144, just three shots off the pace. Senior Clark Granum was the next best finisher for Columbia, as his two-round score of 149 placed him in a tie for 19th.

Sophomore Michael  Yiu and first-year Andrew Kim finished tied for 34th and 37th, respectively, while senior Justin Lee was the final participant for the Lions at 160.

Old Dominion won the team title by four strokes over the host Tribe, backed by a final-round 284. The Monarchs' James Brockington tied with Towson's Nyasha Mauchaza for medalist honors, with Brockington being declared the champion after the Tigers had departed the golf course.

Columbia will finish up its 2010 fall season on Oct. 16-17 at the Northeast Invitational, hosted by the University of Rhode Island.

8 Columbia University 302 298 600
T 7 Jordan Lee 71 73 144
T 19 Clark Granum 75 74 149
T 34 Michael Yiu 79 74 153
T 37 Andrew Kim 77 77 154
T 51 Justin Lee 81 79 160