October 3, 2012 at 9:51 AM CDT - Updated June 28 at 8:40 AM
From Harding University
Harding senior So-Yun Kim shot an even par 71, and the 36th-ranked Lady Bisons matched the best round in program history to finish sixth at the University of Central Oklahoma Classic on Tuesday.
Harding broke the school record for a two-round tournament with a 601, seven strokes better than the previous record of 608, also set at the UCO Classic in 2011.
Kim shot her second career round of par or better to finish with a school-record tying two-round score of 147. Emily Plyler shot 147 in 2011 at the Bison Fall Golf Classic. Kim placed ninth overall, her 14th career top-10 finish.
St. Edward's was tied with Dallas Baptist for the tournament lead after round one, but shot 292 in Tuesday's second round to win the tournament at 588, six strokes better than second-place Southwestern Oklahoma State. Dallas Baptist was third.
Anna Arrese Cortadellas of Oklahoma Christian was the individual medalist. She shot 1-over 143 to win by one stroke. Harding's next action will come Oct. 15-16 as the Lady Bisons host the Bison Fall Golf Classic in Cabot, Ark.