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.
Hyo-Joo Kim claimed her first LPGA Tour title, and her first major championship victory on Sunday, and that helped her move to 10th in this week's world rankings.
Ai Suzuki fired a final-round 71 on Sunday to claim a 1-shot victory at the Konica Minolta Cup.
Min Lee closed with a 3-under 69 on Saturday and rallied to win the Garden City Charity Classic by one stroke.
Dewi Claire Schreefel cruised to a 7- shot win in Sweden on Sunday and that helped her make a big move in this week's world rankings.
Olivia Jordan-Higgins closed with a 5-under 67 on Sunday to win the Prairie Band Casino & Resort Charity Classic by three strokes.
Dewi Claire Schreefel fired a final- round, 6-under 66 on Sunday and she cruised to a 7-shot victory at the Helsingborg Open.
Devin Gardner will return to the starting quarterback position for Michigan when the struggling Wolverines take the field Saturday at Rutgers following a tumultous week for the program.
Seven weeks after his involvement in an accident that took the life of Kevin Ward Jr. during a sprint car race on a dirt track in Upstate New York, Tony Stewart continues to deal with emotions surrounding the tragic incident.
Dallas Cowboys special teams player C.J. Spillman is being investigated for an alleged sexual assault, according to the New York Daily News.
The Kansas City Royals named left-hander Jason Vargas as the Game 1 starter for the American League Division Series against the LA Angels of Anaheim on Thursday.
With NBA Media Day barely behind us, it's perfect fair and reasonable to already speculate as to which coaches will be fired soonest.
In another move that bucks tradition, the Sharks completely revamped their on- ice leadership structure not by selecting new players to wear the precious singular letters on their uniforms, but by stripping the captaincy from Joe Thornton, removing the alternate tag from Patrick Marleau and leaving the other "A" vacant after Dan Boyle signed as a free agent with the Rangers.