Here is a final update of the top story lines for the $1.5 million, 54-hole ShopRite LPGA Classic on the Bay Course at Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club:

1. Could Yani Tseng continue her dominance?

Yani Tseng, the world's No. 1 women's player, won three of the LPGA's first five tournaments this year. Her last victory came March 26 at the Kia Classic in Carlsbad, Calif. Tseng was troubled by putting woes at the Sybase Match Play Championship last month and lost in the third round.

Update: Tseng shot a 1-over-par 72 in Sunday's final round and finished the tournament tied for 12th at 3-under par 210.

2. Could past Classic champions succeed again?

The field featured six players - Janice Moodie (2000), Seon Hwa Lee (2006), Cristie Kerr (2004), Angela Stanford (2003), Ai Miyazato (2010) and Brittany Lincicome (2011) - who have won the Classic before. Could they duplicate their past success on the Bay Course? Miyazato and Stanford won events this year.

Update: Miyazato fared the best of the former winners, finishing tied for 10th at 4-under 209. She shot a 70 on Sunday. Lee and Lincicome tied for 29th at 1-over 214. Kerr tied for 40th at 2-over 215. Stanford tied for 65th at 6-over 219. Moodie did not make the cut.

3. Could Michelle Wie find her game?

Once billed as the future of women's golf, Michelle Wie, 22, has struggled in 2012. She had missed three straight cuts and her best finish was a tie for 38th at the Honda LPGA Thailand.

Update: Wie did not play in Sunday's final round after missing the cut Saturday. She finished the first two rounds at 12-over.

4. Americans to watch

Stacy Lewis held off Lexi Thompson to win the last LPGA full-field event - the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic on April 29. Lewis shot a final-round 69, while Thompson shot a 65. Could the duo build on that momentum this week?

Update: Lewis won the Classic by four shots, finishing at 12-under-par 201, to highlight a solid showing by American golfers. Thompson finished tied for fifth at 6-under 207. Paula Creamer tied for eighth at 5-under 208.

5. South Korean players

Players from South Korea can never be overlooked when the LPGA plays. Three of the world's top 10 players are from South Korea, including No. 2 Na Yeon Choi and No. 8 I.K. Kim. Both teed it up at the Classic, as did No. 14 Sun Young Yoo, who in April won the LPGA's first major of the season - the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Update: Hee-Won Han was the top South Korean finisher. She tied for fifth at 6-under 207. Eun-Hee Ji tied for 10th at 4-under 209. Choi was tied for 12th at 3-under 210. Kim was tied for 25th at even-par 213.

David Weinberg