GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Shanshan Feng beat the wind and now has a good chance of beating everyone else in the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Feng, who last year became the first Chinese player to win an LPGA Tour title and a major event in capturing the LPGA Championship, shot a marvelous 4-under 67 before the wind picked up Saturday and grabbed a three-shot lead heading into the final round. The round matched the days best and gave the eighth-ranked Feng a 6-under 136 total on the wind-whipped Bay Course at the Stockton Hotel and Golf Club. "I think right now Im in good position this week, and if I can have some good results this week, its definitely going to give me more confidence for next week," said Feng, referring to her defence of the LPGA championship. The wind off Reeds Bay was the story. It was mild in the morning when Feng played and then gusted between 20 and 30 mph in the afternoon, leaving players second-guessing club selection and battling inconsistent greens, some of which dried out and didnt hold shots and others that were strangely receptive. Second-ranked Stacy Lewis shot a 9-over 80, matching her worst round since the third round of U.S. Womens Open last year. She fell from third to a tie for 50th. The defending champion had three double bogeys, including two on fired eggs in the bunker, and refused to talk to the media immediately after the round. "Glad thats over! Crazy windy, bumpy greens and a couple fried eggs in the bunker all add up to a lot of shots, hopefully tomorrow is better," she tweeted less than an hour later. The cut of 6 over was the highest on tour this season. "We were all struggling, Jeez Louise," said Paula Creamer, who finished on the cut line after playing two days with Lewis and Suzann Pettersen (10 over). "I had a triple yesterday and between the three of us we had three or four doubles. You dont see that. I cant even tell you the last time I had a double, let alone a triple. But it happens on this golf course. I think everybody is taking it seriously but its hard. Its a different monster out there this year." Feng got the best of the monster in putting herself in position to win her second LPGA event. This hasnt been the best of years for Feng, who won six times in 2012 with three wins coming in Japan and two others on the European tour. While she has three top-10 finishes, her best finish was a tie for seventh in Texas. Feng said a big part of the problem was playing old clubs because she could not get the ones she wanted from her old sponsor. Her new Japanese sponsor got her the clubs she wanted a couple of weeks ago. She had hoped to play this past week in the Bahamas. However, she missed the event because of a visa problem that was complicated when a U.S. Embassy in Japan closed for a few days after receiving a "powder" in the mail she said. Feng had little trouble on the golf course Saturday in stark contrast to most of the field. Eight-teen players broke par with only one doing it in the afternoon when Lewis, first-round co-leaders Moriya Jutanugarn of Thailand and Amanda Blumenherst, and Michelle Wie all played. Jutanugarn, the tours leading rookie, and Haeji Kang of South Korea shared second at 3 under. Jutanugarn had a 73, and Kang shot 69. Wie, looking for her first LPGA win in the United States, rolled in four straight birdies on her back nine and was 4 under until a double bogey, bogey finish for a 73 that dropped her to 1 under. "It was tough out there," said Wie, who hit a couple of shots into the tall grass. "It was really tough out there today. And I just got a little bit unlucky on the last hole. 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MARTIN, Tenn. -- Prized Louisville recruit Asia Durr was limited by a groin injury during much of her freshman year, and Friday night marked the first regular season game of her sophomore season.The guard played only 21 minutes in the Cardinals season opener, but she made a strong impression with 24 points, including 7-of-13 shooting from 3-point range.No. 5 Louisville handled host UT Martin with ease, 100-57.It was great. Shes feeling great. Shes playing well. Really excited for her because she is finally healthy and feeling good, Louisville coach Jeff Walz said. Thats what I recruited. Thats what I thought she could do. 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