First-year Rachel Shi led the Columbia contingent tied at 32nd, carding scores of 76-75-79--230 (+14). Teammate Michelle Piyapattra was not far behind, finishing in a tie for 39th with scores of 77-81-76--234 (+18).
First-year Camilla Vik led the Lions after a strong first round of play, earning a score of 75 and carding four birdies, before finishing in a tie for 43rd place.
First-year Jackie Chulya (T47) continued to play well, carding the eighth-lowest second round score, 73 (+1), despite battling inclement weather conditions.
As a team, Columbia shot 308 in the first round, followed by a score of 302 in round two for a 36-hole total of 611 on Tuesday. The Lions completed the final round of play with a score of 321 to remain in 10th and finish with a total team score of 931.
In addition to Columbia, the 13-team field included California, Colorado, Gonzaga, Long Beach State, Oregon, San Francisco, San Jose, Stanford, UC Davis, UCF, host Washington and Washington State.