Men's Golf Rounds Out Competition at Fireline Towson Invitational
Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars

GRASONVILLE, Md. -- The Columbia men's golf team saved its best round for last at the Fireline Towson Invitational on Sunday. The Lions fought through tough weather conditions to shoot their best round of the tournament, 307, and finished in 10th place at the 17-team event. Columbia's final-round score was the fourth-best team score of the day.

Individually, senior Clark Granum shot a final-round 74 and tied for 12th. Granum concluded the tournament with the sixth-best scoring average on par-3 holes (2.92) and tied for the eighth-highest total of pars with 37. For the tournament, the Lions closed with the fifth-most pars at 162 and the sixth-best scoring average of par-3 holes (3.23).

First-year Andrew Kim had the second-best round of the day for Columbia with a 76, while junior Brendan Doyle carded a 78 and first-year Jordan Lee finished with a 79.

For the second straight season, Kent State won the team championship and John Hahn of the Golden Flashes earned medalist honors. Kent State dominated the field, besting second-place Towson by 25 strokes.

Columbia continues its spring season on April 9-10 at the Princeton Invitational.

10 Columbia University 313 309 307 929
T 12 Clark Granum 74 77 74 225
T 38 Michael Yiu 80 74 80 234
T 51 Jordan Lee 79 78 79 236
T 59 Andrew Kim 82 80 76 238
T 64 Brendan Doyle 80 82 78 240