This week, four members of the Columbia women’s golf team traveled to nearby Eisenhower Park to compete in the St. John’s Women’s Intercollegiate on the individual level. After Monday’s successful round, sophomore Joanna Henry headed into Tuesday’s round tied for 10th place. Despite the ominous weather, the tournament went on as planned. Henry finished the final round and led Columbia with a cumulative score of 156, still holding the 10th position. Freshman Spenser Krut maintained her level of play from Monday and finished the day with a final score of 163, sharing 27th place. Senior Ashley Zambito improved from Monday to Tuesday, closing with a 174. Sophomore Maria Lu scored an 89 both days with a final score of 178.
Meanwhile, five members of the team represented Columbia at the Murray State Drake Creek Invitational. They finished Tuesday’s third round in fourth place with a team score of 922. After three rounds of play, junior Michelle Piyapattra led Columbia with a score of 226. Freshmen Monique Ishikawa and Lilette Mocio scored 231 and 234, respectively. Junior Jane Dongalso finished with a 234 after three rounds, and sophomore Elizabeth Combs closed with a score of 235.