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COLLEGE LACROSSE

NCAA: Princeton vs. Johns Hopkins, ESPN2 ...8:30 a.m.

NCAA: Virginia vs. Syracuse, ESPN2 ...11:30 a.m.

AUTO RACING

NASCAR Busch: Carquest Auto Parts 300, Fox ...10 a.m.

NFL EUROPE FOOTBALL

Barcelona at Frankfurt, Fox Sports Net ...10 a.m.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

NCAA: UCLA vs. Oklahoma, ESPN ...11 a.m.

NCAA: Michigan vs. Nebraska, ESPN ...1:30 p.m.

NCAA: Teams TBA, ESPN2 ...4:30 p.m.

NCAA: Teams TBA, ESPN2 ...7 p.m.

WNBA BASKETBALL

New York at Los Angeles, NBC ...Noon

NHL HOCKEY PLAYOFFS

Detroit at Colorado, ABC ...Noon

Toronto at Carolina, ESPN ...4 p.m.

GOLF

PGA Tour: The Memorial, CBS ...Noon

WUSA SOCCER

San Diego at New York, PAX ...1 p.m.

NBA BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS

New Jersey at Boston, NBC ...2:30 p.m.

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Cincinnati at Atlanta, TBS ...4 p.m.

Baltimore at Seattle, Fox Sports Net ...6 p.m.

This Week In Sports

Today

AUTO RACING - Cottage Grove Speedway (360 sprints, sportsman sprints, modifieds, sportsman, Oregon Outlaw Dwarfs), 6:30 p.m.

COLLEGE BASEBALL - NWAACC Playoffs in Lonview, Wash.: Lane vs. Edmonds, 11 a.m. Oregon State at Arizona State, 7 p.m.

Sunday

TRACK AND FIELD - Prefontaine Classic, Hayward Field, 1 p.m.

COLLEGE BASEBALL - Oregon State at Arizona State, 1 p.m.

The Latest Line

NBA Playoffs

TODAY'S GAME

Favorite Points Underdog

BOSTON 4 1/2 New Jersey

Baseball

TODAY'S GAMES

National League

Favorite Odds Underdog

NY METS 8 1/2 -9 1/2 Florida

San Francisco Even-6 COLORADO

ATLANTA 6-7 Cincinnati

MONTREAL 5 1/2 -6 1/2 Philadelphia

St. Louis 6-7 PITTSBURGH

MILWAUKEE 5 1/2 -6 1/2 San Diego

Chicago Cubs Even-6 HOUSTON

ARIZONA 5 1/2 -6 1/2 Los Angeles

American League

Favorite Odds Underdog

BOSTON 6-7 Ny Yankees

TORONTO 5 1/2 -6 1/2 Cleveland

OAKLAND 6-7 Tampa Bay

CHI WHITE SOX 7 1/2 -8 1/2 Detroit

KANSAS CITY 5 1/2 -6 1/2 Texas

SEATTLE 9-11 Baltimore

ANAHEIM 8 1/2 -9 1/2 Minnesota

HOW TO READ THE BASEBALL LINE: The odds always appear to the right of the favored team. The number on the right (the higher number) is the number of dollars one would need to risk to win $5 by taking the favorite; the number on the left (the lower number) is the number of dollars one would win if one risked $5 on the underdog.

Home Team in CAPS

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Friday's Transactions

Baseball

AMERICAN LEAGUE

ANAHEIM ANGELS - Recalled INF Alfredo Amezaga from Salt Lake of the PCL.

DETROIT TIGERS - Recalled RHP Kris Keller from Toledo of the International League.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS - Activated OF David Dellucci from the 15-day diabled list. Placed OF Danny Bautista on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 23.

CINCINNATI REDS - Activated OF Ken Griffey Jr. from the 15-day disabled list. Sent C Kelly Stinnett to Louisville of the International League for rehabilitation.

NEW YORK METS - Purchased the contract of LHP Bobby Jones from Norfolk of the International League. Optioned RHP Mark Corey to Norfolk.

SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE

LAKEWOOD BLUECLAWS - Placed RHP Carlos Silverio on the disabled list. Called up RHP Mike Wilson from Clearwater of the Florida State League.

ATLANTIC LEAGUE

SOMERSET PATRIOTS - Signed C Sean Mulligan.

FRONTIER LEAGUE

CANTON COYOTES - Signed 1B Gabe Memmert. Released RHP Mike Allen.

EVANSVILLE OTTERS - Signed LHP Nolan Fry.

Basketball

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES - Fired Sol Brandys, strength and conditioning coach.

WNBA

INDIANA FEVER - Waived G Kelly Komara and G Itoro Umoh-Coleman. Placed F Tawana McDonald and G Monica Maxwell on the injured list.

MIAMI SOL - Waived F Jerica Watson. Placed F Lindsey Yamasaki and C Carolyn Moos on the injured list and F Elena Baranova on the priority assignment list.

PORTLAND FIRE - Waived G Gergana Slavtcheva. Placed C Jenny Mowe and G Marla Brumfield on the injured list.

SACRAMENTO MONARCHS - Waived G Maxann Reese, F Dana Wynne and F Stacey Ford. Placed G Edna Campbell on the injured list.

UTAH STARZZ - Waived G Jacklyn Winfield. Placed F LaTonya Johnson on the injured list.

Football

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS - Agreed to terms with WR Larry Parker on a one-year contract.

Soccer

MLS

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION - Acquired F Diego Serna, MF Daniel Hernandez and D Brian Kamler from New York-New Jersey for MF Ted Chronopoulos, MF Andy Williams and F Mamadou Diallo.

College

BROWN - Announced Robert Kenneally will step down as golf coach and remain associate athletic director.

DREXEL - Announced the resignation of Renee Clarke, softball coach, effective May 31.

ELIZABETH CITY STATE - Named Shawn Walker men's basketball coach.

FLORIDA STATE - Announced junior men's basketball C Nigel Dixon was granted a release from the team.

KANSAS WESLEYAN - Named Mike Waldie baseball coach.

MAINE - Named Paul Bubb interim director of athletics, effective July 1.

MINNEAPOLIS - Named Pam Borton women's basketball coach.

NEBRASKA WESLEYAN - Announced the resignation of Rudy Stoehr, baseball coach.

OHIO - Announced F Brandon Hunter has withdrawn his name from the NBA draft and will return for his senior season.

PITTSBURGH - Announced freshman LB Monroe Weekley was dismissed from the football team for behavior unbecoming the program.

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON - Announced the resignations of Tom Reiter, men's basketball coach, and Mark Mason, baseball coach.

Giro d'Italia

At Chieti, Italy

12TH STAGE

124 MILES - 1, Denis Linghi, Italy, Team Colpack, 5 hours, 38 minutes, 16 seconds. 2, Bert Grabsch, Austria, Phonak, 37 seconds behind. 3, Lorenzo Bernucci, Italy, Landbouwkrediet, 38. 4, Alessandro Bertolini, Italy, Alessio, 54. 5, Matthias Buxhofer, Austria, Phonak, same time. 6, Peter Wrolich, Austria, Gerolsteiner, 3 minutes, 44 seconds behind. 7, Mykhaylo Khalilov, Ukraine, Selle Italia, 7:47. 8, Mariano Piccoli, Italy, Lampre, same time. 9, Alexandre Moos, Switzerland, Phonak, same time. 10, Freddy Garcia, Colombia, Selle Italia, same time.

ALSO:

19, Michael Boogerd, Netherlands, Rabobank, same time. 21, Cadel Evans, Australia, Mapei, same time. 24, Rik Verbrugghe, Belgium, Lotto, same time. 25, Tyler Hamilton, United States, Team Tiscali, same time. 26, Francesco Casagrande, Italy, Fassa Bartolo, same time. 117, Marco Pantani, Italy, Mercatone Uno, 24:30. 155, Mario Cipollini, Italy, Acqua e Sapone, same time. 156, Guido Trenti, United States, Acqua e Sapone, same time.

OVERALL STANDINGS

1, Jens Heppner, Germany, 58 hours, 40 minutes, 30 seconds. 2, Francesco Casagrande, Italy, 2 minutes, 58 seconds behind. 3, Paolo Savoldelli, Italy, 3:43. 4, Pietro Caucchioli, Italy, same time. 5, Fernando Escartin, Spain, 3:46. 6, Yaroslav Popovych, Ukraine, 3:50 behind. 7, Wladimir Belli, Italy, 3:55. 8, Aitor Gonzalez Jimenez, 3:58. 9, Dario Frigo, Italy, 4:00. 10, Cadel Evans, Australia, 4:03. 11, Franco Pellizzotti, Italy, 4:17. 12, Andrea Noe, Italy, 4:22. 13, Tyler Hamilton, United States, 4:26. 14, Eddy Mazzoleni, Italy, 4:43. 15, Georg Totschnig, Austria, Gerolsteiner, 4:46.

ALSO:

17, Michael Boogerd, Netherlands, 4:50. 18, Rik Verbrugghe, Belgium, same time. 22, Juan Ramirez, Colombia, 5:18. 30, Joaquim Castelblanco, Colombia, 8:24. 42, Julio Perez Cuapio, Mexico, 14:32. 67, Marco Pantani, Italy, 36:28. 104, Mario Cipollini, Italy, 1:03:38. 133, Guido Trenti, United States, 1:22:27. 153, Hidenori Nodera, Japan, 1:43:27.

WTA Tour

At Madrid, Spain

$170,000 OPEN DE ESPANA MADRID

SINGLES

SEMIFINALS - Chanda Rubin, United States, d Fabiola Zuluaga, Colombia, 6-4, 6-2. Monica Seles, United States, d Paola Suarez, Argentina, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3.

DOUBLES

SEMIFINALS - Martina Navratilova, United States, and Natasha Zvereva, Belarus, d Clarisa Fernandez, Argentina, and Rita Grande, Italy, 6-1, 7-6 (4). Rossana Neffa-De los Rios, Paraguay, and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (2), Spain, d Nathalie Grandin, South Africa, and Abigail Spears, United States 6-4, 6-3.

At Strasbourg, France

$170,000 INTERNATIONAUX DE STRASBOURG

SINGLES

QUARTERFINALS - Meghann Shaughnessy (3), United States, d Emmanuelle Gagliardi (8), Switzerland, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. Jelena Dokic (1), Yugoslavia, d Jelena Kostanic, Croatia, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. Silvia Farina Elia (2), Italy, d Lisa Raymond (6), United States, 6-4, 6-0. Magdalena Maleeva (5), Bulgaria, d Barbara Schwartz, Austria, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.

SEMIFINALS - Jelena Dokic (1), Yugoslavia, d Meghann Shaughnessy (3), United States, 6-1, 6-2. Silvia Farina Elia (2), Italy, d Magdalena Maleeva (5), Bulgaria, 6-3, 6-1.

DOUBLES

QUARTERFNALS - Caroline Dhenin, France, and Maja Matevzic, Slovenia, d Celine Beigbeder, France, and Selima Sfar, Tunisia, 6-4, 6-1.

SEMIFINALS - Jennifer Hopkins, United States, and Jelena Kostanic, Croatia, d Barbara Schwartz, Austria, and Jasmin Woehr, Germany, 6-4, 6-3. Caroline Dhenin, France, and Maja Matevzic, Slovenia, d Catherine Barclay, Australia, and Lilia Osterloh, United States, walkover.

ATP Tour

At St. Poelten, Austria

$381,000 INTERNATIONALER

RAIFFEISEN GRAND PRIX

SINGLES

SEMIFINALS - Nicholas Lapentti (2), Ecuador, d Olivier Rochus, Belgium 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. Fernando Vicente, Spain, d Flavio Saretta, Brazil, 6-4, 6-2.

DOUBLES

SEMIFINALS - Petr Pala and David Rikl, Czech Republic, d Simon Aspelin, Sweden, and Andrew Kratzmann (3), 6-4, 6-4.

At Duesseldorf, Germany

$2.1 MILLION WORLD TEAM CUP

BLUE GROUP

Russia 2, Britain 1

SINGLES - Tim Henman, Britain, d Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia, 6-2, 7-6 (6). Marat Safin, Russia, d Martin Lee, Britain, 7-5, 7-5.

DOUBLES - Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Marat Safin, Russia, d Martin Lee and Miles Maclagan, Britain, 6-1, 6-0.

Spain 3, Germany 0

SINGLES - Albert Costa, Spain, d Nicolas Kiefer, Germany, 6-2, 6-2. Alex Corretja, Spain, d Phillip Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-3, 6-4.

DOUBLES - Alex Corretja and Albert Costa, Spain, d Karsten Braasch and Phillip Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-3, 6-2.

College Women

At Stanford, Calif.

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

SINGLES

SEMIFINALS - Bea Bielik (1), Wake Forest d Erin Burdette, Stanford, 6-1, 6-0. Jessica Lehnhoff (3), Florida d Gabriela Lastra, Stanford, 6-4, 6-2.

DOUBLES

SEMIFINALS - Lauren Kalvaria and Gabriela Lastra (1), Stanford, d Lindsay Dawaf and Jessica Lehnhoff (3), Florida, 6-2, 6-4. Megan Bradley and Lauren Fisher, UCLA, d Carolina Mayorga and Sarah Witten (4), Kentucky, 7-6 (2), 6-2.

College Men

At College Station, Texas

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

SINGLES

ROUND OF 16 - David Martin, Stanford d Al Garland (5), Pepperdine, 6-3, 6-4. Nick Rainey, Southern Cal d Todd Widom, Miami, 6-3, 6-4. John Fruttero, California d Harsh Mankad (3), Minnesota, 6-4, 6-3. Brandon Wagner, Georgia d Ryan Newport, Texas A&M, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. Oliver Maiberger, San Diego State d Andy Leber (6), Texas-Arlington, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Jesse Witten (4), Kentucky d Amer Delic, Illinois, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5. Matias Boeker (1), Georgia d Thomas Schneiter, UNLV, 6-2, 6-1. Ryan Haviland, Stanford d Travis Parrott, Portland, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.

DOUBLES

SECOND ROUND - Rodrigo Echagaray and Jose Zarhi, Texas d Juan Cerda and Jason Pongsrikul, San Diego, 6-4, 6-3. James Cameron and John Chesworth, Furman d Tobias Clemens and Lassi Ketola, UCLA, 6-4, 6-1. Andrew Colombo and Mark Kovacs, Auburn d Michael Kogan and Victor Romero, Tulane, 7-5, 7-5. Michael Calkins and Amer Delic (4), Illinois d Lester Cook and Ryan Newport, Texas A&M, 6-3, 6-0.

NASCAR Busch

At Concord, N.C.

CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 300 QUALIFYING

1, (26) Ron Hornaday Jr., Chevrolet, 182.094 mph. 2, (99) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 181.549. 3, (25) Bobby Hamilton Jr., Ford, 180.832. 4, (21) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 180.620. 5, (92) Todd Bodine, Chevrolet, 180.608. 6, (57) Jason Keller, Ford, 180.180. 7, (24) Jack Sprague, Chevrolet, 180.048. 8, (40) Brian Vickers, Dodge, 180.048. 9, (37) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolet, 180.042. 10, (18) Mike McLaughlin, Pontiac, 179.958. 11, (3) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, 179.958. 12, (10) Scott Riggs, Ford, 179.940. 13, (59) Stacy Compton, Chevrolet, 179.886. 14, (1) Jimmy Spencer, Chevrolet, 179.724. 15, (27) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 179.712. 16, (9) Jeff Burton, Ford, 179.671. 17, (09) David Green, Chevrolet, 179.474. 18, (12) Kerry Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 179.444. 19, (36) Hank Parker Jr., Dodge, 179.271. 20, (98) Kasey Kahne, Ford, 178.802. 21, (4) Mike Wallace, Chevrolet, 178.690. 22, (54) Kevin Grubb, Chevrolet, 178.524. 23, (23) Scott Wimmer, Pontiac, 178.506. 24, (48) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 178.141. 25, (33) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 178.030. 26, (32) Dan Pardus, Chevrolet, 177.877. 27, (38) Mark Green, Ford, 177.842. 28, (34) Stuart Kirby, Chevrolet, 177.778. 29, (60) Greg Biffle, Ford, 177.696. 30, (66) Casey Mears, Dodge, 177.346. 31, (11) Josh Richeson, Ford, 177.038. 32, (47) Shane Hmiel, Chevrolet, 176.991. 33, (7) Randy LaJoie, Chevrolet, 176.893. 34, (19) Tim Sauter, Chevrolet, 176.765. 35, (86) Jeff Fultz, Chevrolet, 176.759. 36, (14) Larry Foyt, Chevrolet, 176.598. 37, (2) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, provisional. 38, (46) Ashton Lewis Jr., Chevrolet, provisional. 39, (5) Ricky Hendrick, Chevrolet, provisional. 40, (49) Robby Faggart, Ford, provisional. 41, (77) Jimmy Kitchens, Ford, provisional. 42, (63) Shane Hall, Chevrolet, provisional. 43, (94) Jason White, Chevrolet, provisional.

PGA Tour

At Dublin, Ohio

$4.5 MILLION MEMORIAL

(7,224-yard, par-72 Muirfield Village Golf Club)

SECOND ROUND

Justin Leonard ... 69-65-134 -10

Harrison Frazar ... 70-65-135 -9

Bob Tway ... 65-71-136 -8

Vijay Singh ... 69-67-136 -8

Stewart Cink ... 66-70-136 -8

Skip Kendall ... 73-66-139 -5

Heath Slocum ... 73-66-139 -5

Jeff Maggert ... 72-67-139 -5

Jeff Sluman ... 69-70-139 -5

Phil Mickelson ... 73-66-139 -5

Scott Verplank ... 72-68-140 -4

Brad Faxon ... 71-69-140 -4

Shigeki Maruyama ... 74-66-140 -4

Stuart Appleby ... 67-73-140 -4

Tom Lehman ... 68-73-141 -3

Lee Janzen ... 73-68-141 -3

Tom Pernice, Jr. ... 68-73-141 -3

Tim Clark ... 77-64-141 -3

Olin Browne ... 70-71-141 -3

Glen Day ... 72-69-141 -3

John Rollins ... 72-69-141 -3

Frank Lickliter II ... 69-72-141 -3

Paul Azinger ... 73-68-141 -3

Jim Furyk ... 71-70-141 -3

Ernie Els ... 70-71-141 -3

Fred Funk ... 72-70-142 -2

Brett Quigley ... 71-71-142 -2

Corey Pavin ... 73-69-142 -2

Kenny Perry ... 74-68-142 -2

Cameron Beckman ... 72-70-142 -2

John Cook ... 73-69-142 -2

Garrett Willis ... 73-69-142 -2

David Gossett ... 70-72-142 -2

Mike Weir ... 74-68-142 -2

Craig Stadler ... 73-69-142 -2

Jerry Kelly ... 71-71-142 -2

David Edwards ... 73-69-142 -2

Toru Taniguchi ... 74-68-142 -2

Tim Herron ... 74-69-143 -1

Robert Allenby ... 70-73-143 -1

John Huston ... 73-70-143 -1

Jose Coceres ... 70-73-143 -1

Rocco Mediate ... 70-73-143 -1

Billy Mayfair ... 71-72-143 -1

Joel Edwards ... 75-68-143 -1

David Peoples ... 69-74-143 -1

Peter Lonard ... 73-71-144 E

Rod Pampling ... 75-69-144 E

Steve Jones ... 74-70-144 E

Tiger Woods ... 74-70-144 E

Mark O'Meara ... 76-68-144 E

Kevin Sutherland ... 73-71-144 E

David Duval ... 75-69-144 E

Chris Smith ... 75-69-144 E

Billy Andrade ... 72-72-144 E

Len Mattiace ... 71-73-144 E

Carl Paulson ... 75-69-144 E

J.L. Lewis ... 75-70-145 +1

Chad Campbell ... 76-69-145 +1

Jay Don Blake ... 76-69-145 +1

Carlos Franco ... 74-71-145 +1

Sergio Garcia ... 75-70-145 +1

Robert Damron ... 72-73-145 +1

Steve Lowery ... 73-72-145 +1

Geoff Ogilvy ... 75-70-145 +1

K.J. Choi ... 71-74-145 +1

Jack Nicklaus ... 71-74-145 +1

Briny Baird ... 75-70-145 +1

LPGA Tour

At Corning, N.Y.

$1 MILLION CORNING CLASSIC

(6,092-yard, par-72 Corning Country Club)

SECOND ROUND

Jean Bartholomew ... 68-67-135 -9

Laura Diaz ... 66-69-135 -9

Beth Bauer ... 68-68-136 -8

Jung Yeon Lee ... 67-69-136 -8

Silvia Cavalleri ... 69-68-137 -7

Beth Daniel ... 69-68-137 -7

Rosie Jones ... 69-69-138 -6

Alison Nicholas ... 68-70-138 -6

Leslie Spalding ... 68-70-138 -6

Sherri Steinhauer ... 66-72-138 -6

Marilyn Lovander ... 71-68-139 -5

Michelle Estill ... 69-70-139 -5

Johanna Head ... 71-69-140 -4

Becky Morgan ... 69-71-140 -4

Michele Redman ... 69-71-140 -4

Heather Daly-Donofrio ... 68-72-140 -4

Diana D'Alessio ... 74-67-141 -3

Tammie Green ... 73-68-141 -3

Catriona Matthew ... 72-69-141 -3

Nicole Jeray ... 72-69-141 -3

Becky Iverson ... 72-69-141 -3

Namika Omata ... 71-70-141 -3

Allison Finney ... 71-70-141 -3

Jenny Lidback ... 70-71-141 -3

Stephanie Keever ... 70-71-141 -3

Karen Weiss ... 69-72-141 -3

Michelle Ellis ... 68-73-141 -3

Mhairi McKay ... 73-69-142 -2

Pamela Kerrigan ... 72-70-142 -2

Michelle McGann ... 71-71-142 -2

Barb Mucha ... 71-71-142 -2

Kelli Kuehne ... 71-71-142 -2

Marnie McGuire ... 70-72-142 -2

A.J. Eathorne ... 69-73-142 -2

Val Skinner ... 67-75-142 -2

Jill McGill ... 67-75-142 -2

Jan Stephenson ... 72-71-143 -1

Kris Tschetter ... 72-71-143 -1

Patricia Meunier-Lebouc ... 71-72-143 -1

Jane Geddes ... 71-72-143 -1

Alicia Dibos ... 69-74-143 -1

Beth Bader ... 66-77-143 -1

Fiona Pike ... 75-69-144 E

Ashli Bunch ... 74-70-144 E

Candie Kung ... 74-70-144 E

Jamie Hullett ... 73-71-144 E

Jane Crafter ... 73-71-144 E

Susie Parry ... 73-71-144 E

Kate Golden ... 72-72-144 E

Catrin Nilsmark ... 72-72-144 E

Pearl Sinn ... 71-73-144 E

Leta Lindley ... 71-73-144 E

Mayumi Nakajima ... 70-74-144 E

Sally Little ... 69-75-144 E

Meg Mallon ... 74-71-145 +1

Carin Koch ... 74-71-145 +1

Shiho Katano ... 74-71-145 +1

Kathryn Marshall ... 73-72-145 +1

Janice Moodie ... 73-72-145 +1

Minny Yeo ... 73-72-145 +1

Penny Hammel ... 73-72-145 +1

Tonya Gill ... 72-73-145 +1

Stefania Croce ... 72-73-145 +1

Carmen Hajjar ... 72-73-145 +1

Maggie Will ... 71-74-145 +1

Hilary Homeyer ... 70-75-145 +1

Lori West ... 70-75-145 +1

Joanne Mills ... 70-75-145 +1

Mitzi Edge ... 70-75-145 +1

European PGA Tour

At Virginia Water, England

$5 MILLION VOLVO PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

(7,072-yard, par-72 Wentworth Club, West)

SECOND ROUND

Anders Hansen, Denmark ... 68-65-133

Eduardo Romero, Argentina ... 67-68-135

Colin Montgomerie, Scotland ... 64-71-135

Carlos Rodiles, Spain ... 69-67-136

Mark McNulty, Zimbabwe ... 67-69-136

Michael Campbell, New Zealand ... 68-70-138

John Bickerton, England ... 71-68-139

Alastair Forsyth, Scotland ... 71-68-139

Greg Turner, New Zealand ... 68-71-139

David Gilford, England ... 68-71-139

Stephen Leaney, Australia ... 68-71-139

Nick Faldo, England ... 71-68-139

Sam Torrance, Scotland ... 71-68-139

Peter Baker, England ... 70-70-140

Jean Van de Velde, France ... 71-69-140

Ignacio Garrido, Spain ... 69-71-140

Ronan Rafferty, Northern Ireland ... 68-72-140

Andrew Coltart, Scotland ... 67-73-140

Peter O'Malley, Australia ... 69-71-140

Thomas Bjorn, Denmark ... 71-69-140

Jarmo Sandelin, Sweden ... 69-71-140

Gary Marks, England ... 71-70-141

Jose Maria Olazabal, Spain ... 68-73-141

Darren Clarke, Northern Ireland ... 70-71-141

Angel Cabrera, Argentina ... 70-71-141

Gary Clark, England ... 69-72-141

Senior PGA Tour

At Ada, Mich.

$1.5 MILLION FARMERS CHARITY OPEN

(6,960-yard, par-72 Egypt Valley Country Club)

FIRST ROUND

Jay Sigel ... 32-35-67 -5

David Eger ... 35-32-67 -5

John Jacobs ... 33-35-68 -4

R.W. Eaks ... 35-34-69 -3

Jim Dent ... 37-32-69 -3

Larry Nelson ... 36-33-69 -3

Jim Thorpe ... 34-35-69 -3

Tom Wargo ... 37-32-69 -3

Bobby Wadkins ... 35-34-69 -3

Rodger Davis ... 37-32-69 -3

Dan O'Neill ... 37-32-69 -3

Dick Mast ... 36-33-69 -3

George Archer ... 35-35-70 -2

BOB GILDER ... 35-35-70 -2

Wayne Levi ... 36-34-70 -2

Larry Ziegler ... 38-32-70 -2

Jim Holtgrieve ... 37-33-70 -2

Randy Erskine ... 36-35-71 -1

Bobby Walzel ... 32-39-71 -1

Morris Hatalsky ... 36-35-71 -1

Mark Pfeil ... 36-35-71 -1

Rocky Thompson ... 34-37-71 -1

Allen Doyle ... 36-35-71 -1

Jose Maria Canizares ... 35-36-71 -1

John Schroeder ... 33-38-71 -1

Dave Stockton ... 36-35-71 -1

Ed Dougherty ... 37-34-71 -1

Bruce Summerhays ... 34-37-71 -1

Charles Coody ... 36-35-71 -1

Howard Twitty ... 38-33-71 -1

Jay Overton ... 35-36-71 -1

Dave Hill ... 38-34-72 E

Mike Hill ... 35-37-72 E

Jim Albus ... 35-37-72 E

Tony Jacklin ... 34-38-72 E

Walter Hall ... 37-35-72 E

Gary Player ... 36-36-72 E

David Graham ... 35-37-72 E

Lee Trevino ... 37-35-72 E

DeWitt Weaver ... 37-35-72 E

Hugh Baiocchi ... 37-35-72 E

Butch Sheehan ... 35-38-73 +1

Pat McDonald ... 38-35-73 +1

Walter Morgan ... 37-36-73 +1

Terry Dill ... 38-35-73 +1

Bruce Devlin ... 36-37-73 +1

Pat Lindsey ... 38-35-73 +1

Dana Quigley ... 37-36-73 +1

Walter Zembriski ... 37-36-73 +1

Dan Halldorson ... 39-34-73 +1

College Women

At Auburn, Wash.

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

(6,273-yard, par-72 Washington Memorial GC)

FINAL ROUND

TEAM SCORES

Duke ... 294-293-290-287-1164

Arizona ... 285-296-293-296-1170

Auburn ... 298-300-285-287-1170

Texas ... 305-286-285-294-1170

Georgia ... 294-294-296-292-1176

Florida ... 298-291-295-295-1179

Oklahoma ... 299-289-301-290-1179

Ohio State ... 299-292-296-293-1180

Arizona State ... 301-292-292-301-1186

Pepperdine ... 301-294-297-294-1186

Stanford ... 299-295-295-298-1187

Tulsa ... 302-297-296-293-1188

Oklahoma State ... 299-303-297-290-1189

Southern California ... 307-294-298-293-1192

California ... 298-303-292-300-1193

Purdue ... 304-296-297-301-1198

Michigan ... 301-299-299-300-1199

Vanderbilt ... 311-296-296-298-1201

Michigan State ... 305-297-311-289-1202

Washington ... 302-297-305-299-1203

UCLA ... 314-297-298-295-1204

Wake Forest ... 298-305-302-301-1206

South Carolina ... 298-298-308-313-1217

South Florida ... 313-322-323-313-1271

TOP INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS

V. Nirapathpongpora, Duke ... 68-69-70-72-279

Danielle Downey, Auburn ... 73-69-70-72-284

Lorena Ochoa, Arizona ... 71-69-71-73-284

Summer Sirmons, Georgia ... 69-68-73-74-284

Lindsey Wright, Pepperdine ... 70-71-71-72-284

Angela Jerman, Georgia ... 70-74-71-70-285

Laura Myerscough, Arizona ... 70-73-72-71-286

Marcia Wallis, Stanford ... 70-73-73-71-287

Jennifer Tannehill, Oklahoma ... 70-75-73-70-288

Janice Olivencia, Texas ... 70-71-73-75-289

Celeste Troche, Auburn ... 72-75-71-71-289

Andrea Vander Lende, Florida ... 71-72-71-76-290

Bess Bowers, Michigan ... 75-76-69-71-291

Kristin Dufour, Texas ... 80-74-70-67-291

a-Martina Gillen, Kent State ... 74-74-70-73-291

Leigh Anne Hardin, Duke ... 76-72-71-72-291

Katherine Hull, Pepperdine ... 74-75-72-70-291

Stacy Prammanasudh, Tulsa ... 76-72-74-69-291

a-denotes playing as individual only.

Hole-in-One

At Tokatee Golf Club

J.P. HOCLAND of San Francisco, on the 170-yard 11th hole with a 7-iron; his first in 26 years of golfing.

College

At Oklahoma City

NCAA DIVISION I WORLD SERIES

Double Elimination

FRIDAY'S RESULTS

California 1, Florida St. 0

Arizona State 0, Arizona 0, 3 innings, susp., severe weather.

TODAY'S GAMES

Arizona State (44-18) vs. Arizona (53-11), comp. of susp. game, 9 a.m.

UCLA (54-8) vs. Oklahoma (49-15), 11 a.m.

Michigan (50-10) vs. Nebraska (49-13), 1:30 p.m.

Arizona St./Arizona loser vs. UCLA/Oklahoma winner, 4:30 p.m.

Florida State (54-19) vs. Michigan/Nebraska winner, 7 p.m.

College

Pac-10 Standings

W-L Pct. GB Overall

USC ... 15-7 .682 - 32-22

Stanford ... 14-8 .636 1 38-16

Washington ... 14-8 .636 1 29-24

Arizona State ... 13-9 .591 2 33-19

California ... 11-13 .458 5 29-25

Oregon State ... 10-12 .455 5 31-21

UCLA ... 9-13 .409 6 26-33

Arizona ... 8-14 .364 7 30-23

Washington State ... 6-16 .273 9 21-31

TUESDAY'S RESULT

Cal State-Fullerton 11, UCLA 4

FRIDAY'S RESULTS

Arizona State 13, Oregon State 7

Washington 7, Arizona 3

Stanford 10, Washington State 0

USC 5, UCLA 4, 12 innings

TODAY'S GAMES

Oregon State at Arizona State

Arizona at Washington

Stanford at Washington State

USC at UCLA

College

Pac-10 Standings

W-L Pct. GB Overall

USC ... 14-7 .667 - 31-22

Stanford ... 13-8 .619 1 37-16

Washington ... 13-8 .619 1 28-24

Arizona State ... 12-9 .571 2 32-19

California ... 11-13 .458 4 1/2 29-25

Oregon State ... 10-11 .476 4 31-20

UCLA ... 9-12 .429 5 26-31

Arizona ... 8-13 .381 6 30-22

Washington State ... 6-15 .286 8 21-30

TUESDAY'S RESULT

Cal State-Fullerton 11, UCLA 4

FRIDAY'S GAMES

Oregon State at Arizona State

Arizona at Washington

Stanford at Washington State

USC at UCLA

SATURDAY'S GAMES

Oregon State at Arizona State

Arizona at Washington

Stanford at Washington State

USC at UCLA

Friday's OSU Linescore

ARIZONA STATE 13, OREGON STATE 7

Oregon St. ... 043 000 000 - 7 9 3

Arizona St. ... 401 204 02x - 13 15 1

Rowe, Kline (2), Ekstrom (6), Postlewait (6), Runyon (8) and Udy; Liebeck, Sopko (3), Kartler (5), Arguello (7), Schroyer (9) and Castillo. WP-Kartler (3-4). LP-Kline (6-1). 2B-OSU: Jarvis; ASU; Allen. 3B-ASU: Garrabrants. HR-OSU: Udy. RBI-OSU: Mathews, Udy 3, McBride 2, Creighton; ASU: Garrabrants, Pedroia 2, Ethier 3, Allen 2, Cadena 4.

At Longview, Washington

NWAACC PLAYOFFS

LANE 3, LOWER COLUMBIA 1

Lane ... 000 102 000 - 3 8 0

Lower Columbia ... 100 000 000 - 1 5 0

Mills and Kimbrough; Gaudio, Walton (6), Krohn (9) and Pohl. 2B - Lane: Currin, Brock. RBI -Lane: Brock, Hoffstot 2. LC: Cundiff.

NBA Playoffs

Friday's Summary

KINGS 103, LAKERS 90

SACRAMENTO (103) - Turkoglu 6-13 1-4 14, Webber 12-21 2-4 26, Divac 5-11 1-2 11, Christie 4-10 6-8 17, Bibby 8-14 6-9 24, Pollard 0-2 0-0 0, B.Jackson 3-6 5-8 11. Totals 38-77 21-35 103.

L.A. LAKERS (90) - Fox 1-9 2-4 4, Horry 3-8 1-1 8, O'Neal 9-20 2-6 20, Bryant 8-24 2-2 22, Fisher 2-6 0-0 4, Walker 0-0 1-2 1, George 3-13 0-0 7, Hunter 6-11 0-0 14, Shaw 4-10 0-0 10, Madsen 0-0 0-0 0, Medvedenko 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 36-101 8-15 90.

Sacramento ... 32 20 23 28 -103

L.A. Lakers ... 15 25 12 38 - 90

3-Point Goals-Sacramento 6-16 (Christie 3-7, Bibby 2-5, Turkoglu 1-2, B.Jackson 0-2), L.A. Lakers 10-31 (Bryant 4-9, Shaw 2-5, Hunter 2-6, Horry 1-2, George 1-6, Fox 0-1, Fisher 0-2). Fouled out-Bryant. Rebounds-Sacramento 62 (Christie 12), L.A. Lakers 63 (O'Neal 19). Assists-Sacramento 25 (Webber, Christie 6), L.A. Lakers 25 (Shaw 7). Total fouls-Sacramento 19, L.A. Lakers 28. Technicals-Sacramento coach Adelman, Divac, Turkoglu, Bryant. A-18,997 (18,997).
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