FULTON, Mo. - Harding freshman Brandon Cauldwell shot a two-round 147 to lead the Bisons to a second place finish at the William Woods Fall Invitational on Monday and Tuesday at the Tanglewood Golf Course.
Cauldwell, a native of Ozark, Mo., shot an even-par 72 in round one and followed that with a 75. His score of 147 was a person-best for a two-round tournament.
Cauldwell finished seven strokes behind individual medalist Chase Lindsey of Oklahoma Baptist, who shot 4-under 140.
Oklahoma Baptist won the team competition with a 581, 21 strokes ahead of Harding.
Harding freshman Blake Chase posted his second top-10 finish of the season by tying for 10th at 151. Sophomore Bruce McMullen tied for 12th at 153, freshman Lewis Jackson was 14th at 154, and junior Dustin Richter was 17th at 156.
JONESBORO, Ark. - Harding University freshman So-Yun Kim became the first Lady Bison golfer to shoot par in competition when she carded a 71 in round one of the Lady Red Wolf Classic, played at the Jonesboro Country Club on Monday and Tuesday. Harding finished 13th as a team.
Kim fired the historic round on Monday and followed it with an 81 on Tuesday to finish at 152 and tie for fourth among 71 golfers. She was three strokes behind the winner Cassie Huffer of Arkansas State. Her two-round score of 152 was tied for the second-lowest total by a Lady Bison in the five-year history of the program.
As a team, Harding shot 343 in round one and improved to 330 in round two to finish at 673. Arkansas State won the event with a 612, defeating Murray State by eight strokes.
Other Lady Bison golfers included Ragan Muncy (61st, 171), Tara Fuchs (t-63, 175), Whitney Ohlhausen (t-63, 175) and Evelyn Poteet (68th, 192).
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