Kyu Jung Baek won her first LPGA Tour title on Sunday and that victory helped her jump to No. 13 in the world rankings.
Lee-Anne Pace defeated Holly Clyburn in a playoff on Sunday to earn a victory at the South African Women's Open.
Shanshan Feng rallied to win the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia by three shots on Sunday and that win propelled her up to No. 5 in the world rankings.
Mirim Lee won the first of six straight LPGA Tour events in Asia last weekend and that helped her move into the top 20 in this week's world rankings.
Azahara Munoz birdied the last hole on Sunday to break a three-way tie and win the Ladies Open de France by one shot.
Teresa Lu fired a 5-under 67 on Sunday and she rallied to a 1-stroke win at the Japan Women's Open Golf Championship.
With the LPGA Tour off last week, there was little change to this week's world rankings, with nobody inside the top 20 changing positions.
Mi Jung Hur set a 72-hole scoring record at last week's Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic to earn a 4-shot victory, and that win propelled her up 29 spots to No. 65 in this week's world rankings.
Marita Engzelius made eagle on the first playoff hole on Sunday to win the Symetra Tour Championship.
Connie Chen fired a final-round, 3- under 69 on Sunday to earn a 2-shot victory at the Open de Espana Femenino.
Marshall's offense started slowly last Saturday, scoring just 14 points in the first half at Florida International. However, come the final whistle, the Thundering Herd had topped 40 points for the sixth consecutive time.
The Eliminator Round in the new Chase for the Sprint Cup championship begins this weekend at Martinsville Speedway, with the playoff field now trimmed to eight drivers.
Former NFL general managers Bill Polian and Ron Wolf have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class under the newly-created contributors category.
The Atlanta Braves have named John Hart as president of baseball operations.
Phoenix Suns rookie forward T.J. Warren has a broken bone in his left thumb and will be sidelined indefinitely.
The Minnesota Wild moved to lock up another of their young core on Wednesday, agreeing to terms with center Charlie Coyle on a five-year contract extension.