Katie Ledecky just keeps winning at the world swimming championships in Kazan, Russia.

Ryan Lochte is back on top, too, and together he and Ledecky carried the United States to its first two-gold medal night of the eight-day meet Thursday.

Ledecky anchored a comeback victory in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay for her fourth gold. Lochte won a record fourth consecutive title in the 200 individual medley.

"We had a great night," Ledecky said. "We're really getting some momentum and showing what we can do."

Ledecky made up 3.04 seconds on the relay's anchor leg after Sweden had been under world-record pace for much of the race.

College wrestling

Powers to take it outdoors

The Iowa wrestling team will host Oklahoma State in the first NCAA match to be held in a Division I football stadium.

The Hawkeyes will face the Cowboys on Nov. 14 at Kinnick Stadium for Grapple on the Gridiron, an effort to break the record for the largest crowd for a single match. It's held by Penn State at nearly 16,000.

Iowa's football team will host the Gophers in Kinnick later that day.

Golf

Seven birdies produce lead

Danny Lee made seven birdies for a 5-under 65 and a one-shot lead in the PGA Tour's Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio.

Lee had a one-shot lead over Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk.

The major championship pairing of Jordan Spieth (Masters and U.S. Open) and Zach Johnson (British Open) produced two rounds of even-par 70. Only 21 players in the 77-man field broke par on Firestone Country Club.

PGA Tour event begins in Reno

Zack Sucher took the first-round lead in the Barracuda Championship in Reno, Nev., scoring 18 points in the PGA Tour's only event that uses modified Stableford scoring. Under the modified Stableford format, players receive eight points for double eagle, five for eagle, two for birdie, none for par. A point is lost for bogey, and three are lost for double bogey or worse.

College basketball

Settlement reached at Syracuse

All sides say there's been a settlement in the defamation lawsuit filed by two former Syracuse ball boys against coach Jim Boeheim.

An e-mail Thursday from the lawyers for Bobby Davis and Mike Lang includes a joint statement from Boeheim and the university saying the coach "regrets" saying the men were lying when they reported being sexually abused as children by longtime assistant coach Bernie Fine.

Fine denied the allegations and never faced criminal charges. He was put on leave and later fired by Syracuse.

AROUND THE HORN

Women's college basketball: South Carolina's Tiffany Mitchell, two-time Southeastern Conference player of the year, had foot surgery last week but is expected to be recovered by the season's start in November.

College football: BYU leading rusher Jamaal Williams has withdrawn from school and will sit out this season for personal reasons. He is expected to return for the 2016 season.

NBA: Utah Jazz point guard Dante Exum suffered a torn ACL this week while playing for the Australian national team. The Jazz revealed no other details.

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