PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (AP) — Bethune-Cookman extended its lead to three strokes in the Division I men's competition and moved into a tie with Chicago State in the women's standings Saturday in the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship.

Leon Fricker had an even-par 72 to help Bethune-Cookman reach 19-over 595. Alabama State was second and Savannah State was third — eight strokes back. Travis Roe had a tournament-best 67 for Savannah State.

Bethune-Cookman and Alabama State will compete in NCAA regionals next week.

In the women's division, two-time defending champion Bethune-Cookman overcame a 12-stroke deficit in the second round to tie Chicago State at 40 over.

Andrea Orozco led Bethune-Cookman, following her opening 81 with a 70.

In Division II, Lincoln University extended its lead over Texas A&M International to four strokes. Lincoln's Brian Lillevold had a 74 in the second round.

In the men's individual invitational, 2012 champion Justin Watkins of Central Oklahoma shot a 69 for a 145 total and a three-stroke lead over defending champion Robert Grant of Alabama State.

In the women's individual invitational, Cheryl Chua of South Carolina State followed her opening 72 with an 80 to take a two-stroke lead over Tiana Jones of South Carolina State.

Houston-Victoria led the men's NAIA division.