FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - The Columbia men's golf team wrapped up play at the first round of The McLaughlin hosted by St. John's Saturday. The Lions sit in 14th place after the first 18 holes of action.

Competing at the Bethpage State Park Red Course, the Lions posted a combined score of 294, trailing Marquette, Temple and Princeton by one stroke. Auburn controls the early lead, posting a score of 279.

Ford Fischer carded the top score for Columbia, shooting a two-over 72 to stand in a tie for 19th. Jordan Lee needed just one more stroke during his first round to finish with a 73, tied for 31st.

Harrison Shih, Michael Yiu and Andrew Kim rounded out Columbia's line-up, recording 74, 75 and 76, respectively.

Play was halted in the second round due to darkness at Bethpage. Play will resume Sunday morning with the completion of the second round prior to the third and final round.