Lady Paladins moved up five spots into a third place tie after the second round of the Lubbock Regional.
Furman improved 17-shots from the first round to post the second best score of the day at 5-under par 283.
The Lady Paladins are tied with Oregon at 7-over par and trail second place Texas Tech by one shot for second place.
Arizona State leads the region with a 6-under par total after 36 holes.
The top-six teams advance from the Lubbock Regional to play in the NCAA Women’s Championship that begins on May 19th at Rich Harvest Farms in Illinois.
The Lady Paladins have a six shot lead over fourth place Texas and lead the two teams tied for fifth place UCLA and Kent St. by nine shots.
Haylee Harford opened the tournament with an even par round of 72 and followed it up in the second round with a 3-under par 69.
The Furman sophomore is tied with Alex White of BYU and trails the tournament leader Monica Vaughn of Arizona State by two shots.
SoCon individual champion Natalie Srinivasan now is at even par after shooting a 2-under par 70 in the second round. Srinivasan is 10th in the individual standings.
Senior Taylor Totland shot a second round 1-under par 71 while Alice Chen finished at 1-over par.
Freshman Carly Burkhardt improved on her first round score by five shots to help Furman move up five places in the team standings.
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