LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. -- The University of Delaware women’s golf squad recorded the lowest team round in school history with a 296 on Monday, moving up one spot into ninth place following the second day of the 36th Annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational.

Delaware, which shot a 303 during Sunday’s opening round, is ninth out of 17 teams with a two-round score of 599 heading into Tuesday’s final round. The Blue Hens broke the previous record of 299 set at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va. on March 19, 2012.

Daytona State leads the field with a 580 score through Monday’s action, while Maryland is second at 584 and Florida International sits in third place at 585.

Blue Hen junior Andi Slane carded a career-low even par 72 on Monday on the par 72, 6,275-yard Cypress Links course at Lakewood Ranch Country Club, ending the day tied for 13th place in the individual standings with a two over par 74-72-146.

Fellow junior Amanda Terzian also fired an even par 72 during her round on Monday, and will enter Tuesday’s final round tied for 21st place with a four over par 76-72-148. Freshman Vitoria Teixeira, who recorded a four over par 76 in her second round, is tied for 33rd place with a six over par score of 74-76-150.

Freshman Grace Chua also carded a four over par 76 on Monday to end the day tied for 55th place with an 11 over par 79-76-155. Sophomore Vimonthip Benjasupawan, playing as an individual, fired a five over par 77 during her second round and will enter Tuesday tied for 61st place at 80-77-157, 13 over par. Fellow sophomore Nathalie Filler, who recorded an eight over par 80 for the second straight day, is tied for 76th place with a 16 over par score of 80-80-160.

So Young Hwang of Daytona State and Taylor Gohn of Missouri are tied for the individual lead at four under par heading into Tuesday’s final round, which begins at 9 a.m.