Sergas was tied at 2 under with Stacy Lewis, Suzann Pettersen, and Inbee Park. Lewis had a 70, Pettersen shot a 71, and Park had a 72.
Paula Creamer was at or near the top most of the day, but faltered at the end and finished with a 73.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III shot his third straight 2-under 68 to join Nick O'Hern and John Merrick atop the leader board at the windy St. Jude Classic.
Love , who hasn't won since 2008, had three birdies and only one bogey Saturday to match O'Hern and Merrick at 6-under 204. O'Hern had a 67, and Merrick shot 69.
Rory McIlroy, who will try to defend his U.S. Open title next week at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, had a 1-stroke lead when he teed off. He shot a 2-over 72 in a round that featured six bogeys and four birdies to drop into a tie at 5 under.
Dustin Johnson was also in the group at 5 under after shooting a 67.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Defending champion Tom Lehman shot a 4-under 68 to take a two-stroke lead after the third round of the Regions Tradition, a Champions Tour major.
Lehman had a 10-under 206 total at Shoal Creek. Peter Senior, a playoff loser to Lehman last year, and Jeff Sluman were tied for second. Senior shot 66, and Sluman 70 on an overcast, gusty and sometimes drizzly day.
Bill Glasson held the lead for all but the tournament's first hole coming into the day, but fell three shots back with a 74. He was tied with Russ Cochran, Brad Bryant and Fred Funk. Bryant and Funk shot 71, and Cochran had a 72.
BRO, Sweden - England's Lee Westwood won the Nordea Masters for the third time for his 22nd European Tour title, closing with a 3-under 69 for a five-stroke victory.
The third-ranked Westwood finished at 19-under 269 at Bro Hof Slott. He also won the event in 1996 and 2000.
England's Ross Fisher was second after a 71.
NAIRN, Scotland - Britain and Ireland moved within a point of the United States in the Curtis Cup , taking 2 1/2 of three points in the afternoon fourball matches.
The United States leads 6 1/2-5 1/2 entering the eight singles matches Sunday. The Americans need 10 points to retain the Cup, while Britain and Ireland needs 10 1/2 to regain it. The United States has won the biennial amateur competition the last seven times and leads the series 27-6-3.
Brooke Pancake and Austin Ernst earned a half-point for the United States in the afternoon matches, halving with Leona Maguire and Bronte Law. Britain and Ireland's Holly Clyburn and Kelly Tidy beat Emily Tubert and Amy Anderson 1-up, and Stephanie Meadow and Pamela Pretswell topped Erica Popson and Tiffany Lua 2-up.
In the morning foursomes, Anderson and Lua beat Pretswell and Charley Hull 3 and 2, and Ernst and Pancake edged Clyburn and Amy Boulden 2-up. For Britain and Ireland, Meadow and Maguire topped Lindy Duncan and Lisa McCloskey 3 and 1.