PRINCETON, N.J.—The Columbia men’s golf team is one of seven Ivy League programs who will compete in the two-day, 54-hole Princeton Invitational on Saturday and Sunday at the Springdale Golf Club.

The 31st annual Princeton Invitational will feature 15 teams including Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Georgetown, Harvard, Minnesota, Penn, Princeton, Rider, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Saint Joseph’s, Temple and Yale.

The teams will play 36 holes on Saturday with Columbia’s tee time beginning at 8:45 a.m. On Sunday, tee times are determined by Saturday’s finish. More information on the weekend invitational is available at this link, while updated live scoring can be found at this link.

The Springdale Golf Club has a par of 71 with a course length of 6,415 yards.

Columbia will send one five-member team to compete at Princeton. Those five members are Joshua Suh, Mert Selamet, Arjuna Anday, Cullen Chung and Christopher Chu. Previously, the Lions sent two five-member teams to their first two spring tournaments: at the Towson Invitational (March 25-26) and at the Grand Canyon Invitational (March 17-18).

Since taking over the Columbia program in 2005, head coach Rich Mueller has guided Columbia to four Ivy League team championships, three individual Ivy League titles, five NCAA postseason appearances and 23 All-Ivy League individual golf performances.

The invitational is the third of five competitive dates for the Lions this spring.