Sports in Brief
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) Usain Bolt was involved in a minor car crash shortly before dawn Sunday in his Caribbean homeland of Jamaica but was not hurt, according to the publicist for the world's fastest man.
Carole Beckford said the three-time Olympic champion was returning from a party with friends in the early hours Sunday when he was involved in a ``fender bender'' in Jamaica's capital of Kingston.
Police in the Half-Way-Tree area where the accident took place say they are still investigating, but it appears that the sprinting champ somehow lost control of his black BMW and swerved into guard rails shortly after 5 a.m. local time.
Fellow Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell was traveling in another car at the time and was at the scene of Bolt's accident.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Jordyn Wieber's winning streak is still going after she claimed her second straight title at the U.S. gymnastics championships Sunday.
The reigning world champion was at her steady best, holding off Gabby Douglas and letting everyone know she's still the one to beat - in the United States and next month in London. She finished with 121.900 points, 0.2 points ahead of Douglas. Aly Raisman was third.
Wieber has won all but one all-around competition since the start of the 2008 season.
Next up: the Olympic trials June 28 to July 1 in San Jose, Calif. Only the winner of trials is guaranteed a trip to London, with a selection committee picking the remaining four members.
COLLEGE WORLD SERIES
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Frankie Vanderka threw a three-hitter, Travis Jankowski had four hits and Stony Brook completed an improbable run to the College World Series with a 7-2 victory over LSU on Sunday night in the deciding game of the Baton Rouge super regional.
After 22 seasons with a Stony Brook program that played in Division III when he arrived in 1991, coach Matt Senk is taking his team to Omaha.
Stony Brook became only the second team to open the tournament as a No. 4 seed in the regional round and make an improbable run to the College World Series. The first was Fresno State during its stunning 2008 run to a national title.
Playing before crowds of 10,000-plus draped in LSU purple-and-gold, Stony Brook didn't merely survive so much as thrive, outhitting LSU 35-15 in the series.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Dustin Johnson won the St. Jude Classic on Sunday in his second event back on tour after a back injury cost him nearly three months, shooting a 4-under 66 that held off John Merrick by a stroke.
Johnson began the final round two strokes back and held a piece of the lead three different times. He won his sixth career title with consecutive birdies on Nos. 16 and 17 and finished 9-under 271.
He aggravated his back in early March lifting a jet ski at his home and didn't return to the PGA Tour until last week at the Memorial, where he tied for 19th.
Johnson, who picked up the $1.008 million check, led by only a stroke going to No. 18. Rory McIlroy, Chad Campbell and Nick O'Hern, three of the four who had a chance to tie Johnson with a birdie, knocked their tee shots into the lake.
PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) - Shanshan Feng shot a 5-under 67 on Sunday to win the LPGA Championship by two shots, her first victory on the LPGA Tour and the first for a player from China.
The 22-year-old Feng, the only player from China on the tour, had the lowest round of the tournament at the right time and finished at 6-under 282.
Stacy Lewis, bidding to win her third straight stroke-play event on the LPGA Tour, shot a 70 to tie for second with Mika Miyazato, Suzann Pettersen and third-round leader Eun-Hee Ji. Miyazato shot 69, Pettersen 70, and Ji 72.
Karrie Webb, who started the day one shot behind Ji, had a 72 to finish at 3 under. Little-known Gerina Piller, a star in college at UTEP, and Ai Miyazato each had a closing 68 to also finish at 3 under.
Paula Creamer had a 71 and Giulia Sergas and Inbee Park each shot 72 to finish another shot back.
Defending champion Yani Tseng had a closing 76 and was 13 over in a tournament she won a year ago by 10 shots.
LONG POND, Pa. (AP) - Joey Logano slipped under Mark Martin in the closing laps Sunday at Pocono Raceway for his first victory since 2009 and become the first Sprint Cup driver this season to win from the pole.
The 22-year-old Logano rallied past the 53-year-old Martin for a thrilling finish in the first 400-mile Cup race at Pocono. Pocono shortened the race by 100 miles this season.
Logano's only previous career Cup victory was a rain-shortened win at New Hampshire. Logano had the top car all weekend, posting the fastest practice time Friday and then taking the pole Saturday.
Tony Stewart was third, Jimmie Johnson fourth and Denny Hamlin fifth.
Logano, once a much-hyped phenom when he broke in with Joe Gibbs Racing, was under pressure to produce victories in the final year of his contract.