Rookie Shawn Stefani overcame a quadruple bogey and shot a four-under 66 on Saturday to take the third-round lead in the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tenn.
The 31-year-old Texan blew a two-stroke lead with the quadruple bogey on No. 11, but rebounded with four birdies over his final five holes to move back atop the leaderboard. He had eight birdies to go with that quadruple bogey to reach 12-under 198 at TPC Southwind.
Harris English was a stroke back after a 69, finishing out of the lead for the first time this week.
Scott Stallings, Patrick Reed and Nicholas Thompson were eight under. Stallings had a 67, Reed shot 64, and Thompson had a 66. Phil Mickelson was another stroke back after a 65.
Overcoming rain and a muddy course, Morgan Pressel shot a two-under 70 to take the lead after two rounds of the LPGA Championship at Pittsford, N.Y.
At six-under 138, Pressel had a two-shot lead over top-ranked Inbee Park and Chella Choi. Park shot 68. Choi, the first-round leader, shot 73.
The final two rounds will be squeezed into a 36-hole marathon Sunday at Locust Hill Country Club to determine the winner of the tour's second major.
David Frost birdied the 16th and 17th holes en route to a six-under 66 and a one-stroke lead over Fred Couples after the third round of the Regions Tradition in Birmingham, Ala.
Frost, the South African who won the Toshiba Classic in March for his fourth Champions Tour title, had four birdies on the final eight holes to move to 12-under 205 in the major championship.
Couples shot a bogey-free 68.
Sixty-one-year-old Morris Hatalsky, third-round leader Duffy Waldorf and Michael Allen were two strokes back. Hatalsky had a 67, Waldorf shot 71 and Allen had a 69.
Joost Luiten of the Netherlands shot a five-under 67, extending his lead to three strokes heading into the final round of the Lyoness Open at Atzenbrugg, Austria.
Holding a one-shot overnight lead, Luiten bogeyed two of his first five holes. He recovered with seven birdies to finish at 16-under 200, three strokes ahead of Spaniards Jorge Campillo (66) and Eduardo de la Riva (69).
USC men fifth; Allice retires
Clemson junior Brianna Rollins broke her own collegiate record in the 100-meter hurdles on the final day of the NCAA outdoor track and field championships at Eugene, Ore.
Rollins finished in 12.39 seconds, besting her mark of 12.47 seconds set in the semifinals Thursday. That time topped the record of 12.48 set by USC's Ginnie Powell at the 2006 NCAA outdoor championships.
USC's Bryshon Nellum won the 400-meter title and fellow Trojan Reggie Wyatt won the 400 hurdles. Nellum finished third and Aaron Brown fifth in the 200-meter final.
Texas A&M and Florida shared the men's team title with 53 points apiece. The Aggies' shot at an outright championship was dashed in the 1,600-meter relay, when they dropped the baton and finished last. Florida won the event in 3:01.34, catapulting the Gators into the first tie for the championship since 1978.
Top-ranked Kansas wrapped up its first women's team title before the day was finished and had 60 points, thwarting Oregon's attempt to sweep team titles this year in the sport's three NCAA championships. The Ducks wound up third behind Texas A&M.
USC men had entered Saturday tied with Texas for the men's team lead but the Trojans finished fifth. The women's team finished 21st.
Ron Allice, USC's director of track and field for the last 19 years, announced his retirement. Allice guided USC's women to the 2001 NCAA title and coached men's and women's teams to a combined 25 top 10 finishes and 32 individual NCAA titles.
Allice will remain at USC through June 30 to help coach athletes through the 2013 U.S. Championships.
Helio Castroneves raced to his first IndyCar victory of the season, leading the final 132 laps Saturday night for his fourth career victory at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. Ryan Hunter-Reay of Andretti Motorsports finished second, more than 5 seconds back.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway was postponed Saturday night until 8 a.m. PDT Sunday because of rain.