DALLAS -- No. 18 Oklahoma State used a 296 during its third round on Sunday to earn its second victory of the year, finishing first at the SMU Dallas Athletic Club Invitational.

The Cowgirls finished the tournament with a 32-over total of 896, giving them a five-shot cushion against No. 4 Oklahoma at the par-72, 6,301-yard layout. The win was OSU's first since closing out the fall with a victory at the Landfall Tradition.

Julie Yang made it a clean sweep for OSU, rolling to a seven-stroke victory after closing with a 72. In just her fifth career start, Yang finished at 6-under 210 and was the only player in the field to break par for the event.

Yang stood at 2-over par through seven holes, but rallied with birdies at the ninth and 10th to move back to level par for the day. After a bogey at the 12th, Yang birdied two of her next three holes to move under par before closing with a bogey to finish at even for her round.

Junior Jayde Panos joined her teammate in the top 10, posting a 75 to finish at 228 and tied for 10th place.

Senior Kelsey Vines tied for 16th after an 80 during her final round gave her a 54-hole total of 228.

Junior Josephine Janson's 75 tied her for 26th place at 234, while sophomore Courtney Ferguson finished in a tie for 38th place after signing for a 74, her low round of the event, to come in with a 240 total.

Junior Lauren Falley competed in the tournament as an individual and tied for 49th place at 244 after posting her second consecutive 83.