If that is OBS they have another rule to fix. She did not obstruct the runner's path. (slow her down or change her coarse). I fact see does an excellent job of avoiding obstructing the runner with her bull fighter tag. Ole. I see it as a great play by the catcher.
This is actually is already the fix in NCAA. Over the past few years, they have intentionally have looked at ways to take umpires judgement of player behavior out of more and more rules. The idea is that you have a very clear black and white thing to look for and that you don't have to decide any 'I believe' or "I judge that'. So for obstruction they took away judging whether the runner was impeded or looked to be impeded or what impeding actually is, etc, etc. Now it is purely where the fielder sets up without the ball and whether the runner is heading towards them. for a play
It is the same idea they have employed with HBP in the batter box. You no longer have to judge whether the batter attempted to get out of the way of the pitch or what constitutes an attempt to get away and so on.