College World Series
Game 10 – South Carolina 3, Oklahoma 2, Oklahoma eliminated
Clemson 6, Oklahoma 4, comp. of susp. game
TCU 11, Florida State 7, Florida St. eliminated
Game 11 – UCLA (50-14) vs. TCU (53-13), 4:30 p.m.
Game 12 – Clemson (45-23) vs. South Carolina, 9 p.m.
x-Game 13 – Clemson vs. TCU, 2 p.m.
x-Game 14 – Clemson (45-23) vs. Game 10 winner, 7 p.m.
HOLE IN ONE
BILL DUVALL, No. 17 at White Pines 175 yards, 6-iron.
Rustenburg, South Africa
Japan 3, Denmark 1
Cape Town, South Africa
Netherlands 2, Cameroon 1
Slovakia 3, Italy 2
At Polokwane, South Africa
Paraguay 0, New Zealand 0
At Durban, South Africa
Portugal vs. Brazil, 10 a.m.
At Nelspruit, South Africa
North Korea vs. Ivory Coast, 10 a.m.
At Pretoria, South Africa
Chile vs. Spain, 2:30
At Bloemfontein, South Africa
Switzerland vs. Honduras, 2:30
At Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Uruguay vs. South Korea, 10 a.m.
At Rustenburg, South Africa
United States vs. Ghana, 2:30
At Bloemfontein, South Africa
Germany vs. England, 10 a.m.
Argentina vs. Mexico, 2:30
Monday, June 28
At Durban, South Africa
Netherlands vs. Slovakia, 10 a.m.
Group G winner vs. Group H second place, 2:30
Tuesday, June 29
At Pretoria, South Africa
Paraguay vs. Japan, 10 a.m.
At Cape Town, South Africa
Group H winner vs. Group G second place, 2:30
At New York
1. Washington, John Wall, g, Kentucky.
2. Philadelphia, Evan Turner, g, Ohio State.
3. New Jersey, Derrick Favors, f, Georgia Tech.
4. Minnesota, Wesley Johnson, f, Syracuse.
5. Sacramento, DeMarcus Cousins, f, Kentucky.
6. Golden State, Ekpe Udoh, c, Baylor.
7. Detroit, Greg Monroe, f, Georgetown.
8. L.A. Clippers, Al-Farouq Aminu, f, Wake Forest.
9. Utah (From New York through Phoenix), Gordon Hayward, f, Butler.
10. Indiana, Paul George, f, Fresno State.
11. New Orleans, Cole Aldrich, c, Kansas.
12. Memphis, Xavier Henry, g, Kansas.
13. Toronto, Ed Davis, f, North Carolina.
14. Houston, Patrick Patterson, c, Kentucky.
15. Milwaukee (from Chicago), Larry Sanders, f-c, Virginia Commonwealth.
16. Minnesota (from Denver through Charlotte), Luke Babbitt, f, Nevada.
17. Chicago (from Milwaukee), Kevin Seraphin, f-c, Cholet (France).
18. Oklahoma City (from Miami), Eric Bledsoe, g, Kentucky.
19. Boston, Avery Bradley, g, Texas.
20. San Antonio, James Anderson, g, Oklahoma State.
21. Oklahoma City, Craig Brackins, f, Iowa State.
22. Portland, Elliot Williams, g, Memphis.
23. Minnesota (from Philadelphia through Utah), Trevor Booker, f, Clemson.
24. Atlanta, Damion James, f, Texas.
25. Memphis (from Denver), Dominique Jones, g, South Florida.
26. Oklahoma City (from Phoenix), Quincy Pondexter, f, Washington.
27. New Jersey (from Dallas), Jordan Crawford, g, Xavier.
28. Memphis (from L.A. Lakers), Greivis Vasquez, g, Maryland.
29. Orlando, Daniel Orton, c, Kentucky.
30. Washington (from Cleveland), Lazar Hayward, f, Marquette.
Central 512 031 1 - 13 16 4
St. John’s 003 101 4 - 9 11 2
WP-Kelly. LP-Phillips. Laporta (C) 2-3, 2 RBI.
1932–Gene Sarazen wins the U.S. Open by shooting a 286, the lowest in 20 years.
1948–Joe Louis knocks out Jersey Joe Walcott in the 11th round in New York to defend his world heavyweight title. Louis announces his retirement after the fight.
1952–Jim Turnesa wins the PGA Championship with a 1-up victory over Chick Harbert in the final round.
1966–Buckpasser sets a world record in the 1-mile Arlington Classic in 1:32 3-5 and becomes the first 3-year-old to win more than $1 million.
1969–Pancho Gonzalez, 41, wins the longest tennis match in Wimbledon history by beating Charles Pasarell in a 112-game match, 22-24, 1-6, 16-14, 6-3, 11-9. The match is played over two days and lasts 5 hours, 12 minutes.
1981–Sugar Ray Leonard wins the WBA junior middleweight title with a ninth-round knockout of Ayub Kalule in Houston.
1991–Nine-time champion Martina Navratilova survives a first-round scare from Elna Reinach to win her record 100th singles match at Wimbledon.
1995–Betsy King completes her 20-month quest to enter the LPGA Hall of Fame by winning the ShopRite LPGA Classic, her 30th title.
1999–San Antonio wins its first NBA championship, defeating the New York Knicks 78-77 in Game 5 of the Finals. The Spurs, keyed by finals MVP Tim Duncan’s 31 points, become the first former ABA team to win the championship.
2004–Larry Walker hits three home runs–the third in the 10th inning–in Colorado’s 10-8 victory over Cleveland.
2005–Serena Williams loses 6-3, 7-6 (4) to Jill Craybas in the third round at Wimbledon, her earliest exit from a major since 1999.
2006–Asafa Powell matches Wallace Spearmon’s world best in the 200 meters, winning the Jamaican national championships in 19.90 seconds.
2006–Bernard Lagat becomes the first runner in the history of the U.S. track and field championships to sweep the 1,500 and 5,000 meters, after winning the shorter race.
2008–Fresno State captures its first national championship in a men’s sport with a 6-1 victory over Georgia in the decisive Game 3 of the College World Series finals. Steve Detwiler homers twice and drives in all six runs.
2009–The Los Angeles Clippers select Blake Griffin with the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft.
TDGA two-man best-ball
At Findlay Country Club
GROSS--1. Brad Christensen, Scott Gearig, Valleywood; 2 tie-Denny, Doug Spencer, Highland Meadows/Inverness; Casey Nowicki, Mark Atkins, Highland Meadows; Chuck Rogers, Shannon Overmyer, Findlay.
NET--1. Bill Streicher, Joe Gears, Belmont; 2. Brad Willoughby, Russ Welty, Mohawk/Fremont; 3. Frank Onweller, Jewel Threet, Valleywood/Lenawee.
BOSTON RED SOX–Activated RHP Daisuke Matsuzaka from the 15-day DL. Placed 3B Mike Lowell on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 23.
KANSAS CITY ROYALS–Signed SS Michael Antonio and RHP Matt Ridings.
HOUSTON ASTROS–Placed RHP Felipe Paulino on the 15-day DL. Purchased the contract of RHP Josh Banks from Round Rock (PCL).
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES–Placed RHP Chad Durbin on the 15-day DL. Purchased the contract of RHP Nelson Figueroa from Lehigh Valley (IL).
PITTSBURGH PIRATES–Purchased the contract of LHP Justin Thomas and recalled RHP Steven Jackson from Indianapolis (IL). Designated LHP Dana Eveland for assignment.
SAN DIEGO PADRES–Assigned C Dusty Ryan to Portland (PCL).
READING PHILLIES–Recalled RHP Chance Chapman from Clearwater (FSL).
GRAND PRAIRIE AIRHOGS–Signed INF Michael Holliman. Released C Dustin Spruill and RHP Robert Roth.
SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS–Signed LHP Andrew Paulun. Released C Mike Roberts.
NEW JERSEY JACKALS–Released RHP Chris Allen.
SUSSEX SKYHAWKS–Signed RHP Michael Streaman
WORCESTER TORNADOES–Released OF Courtney Billingslea.
Golden Baseball League
CALGARY VIPERS–Signed RHP Scott Watson.
National Football League
BALTIMORE RAVENS–Agreed to terms with WR David Reed on a three-year contract and CB Walt Harris on a one-year contract.
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS–Released DT Barrett Moen. Signed DT Jonathan Lewis.
Canadian Football League
B.C. LIONS–Released FB Lyle Green and HB Darren Toney.
EDMONTON ESKIMOS–Released WR Kevin Challenger, DB Willie Amos, OL Patrick Afif, LS Taylor Inglis, RB Jamaica Rector, LB Greg Whelan and LB Frantz Jospeh.
National Hockey League
ANAHEIM DUCKS–Named Mike Foligno assistant coach.
ATLANTA THRASHERS–Named Craig Ramsay coach.
BOSTON BRUINS–Signed D Johnny Boychuk to a two-year contract extension.
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS–Traded C Colin Fraser to Edmonton Oilers for a 2010 sixth-round draft pick.
MINNESOTA WILD–Named Brad Bombardir director of player development.
SAN JOSE SHARKS–Signed F Patrick Marleau and F Joe Pavelski to four-year contracts.
ECHL–Approved the expansion membership application of Chicago for admission to the league for the 2011-12 season.
Major League Soccer
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION–Signed MF Jason Griffiths.
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC–Activated F Nate Jaqua from the disabled list.
COLUMBIA–Named Carlin Hartman men's assistant basketball coach.
GUILFORD–Named Dave McCain men's and women's tennis coach.
LAMAR–Promoted Jim Ricklefsen to associate head baseball coach.
MINNESOTA–Named Curtis Loyd women's assistant basketball coach.
SHENANDOAH–Promoted Sarah Pelster to associate athletic director for administrative services.
SIENA–Named Bill Lajeunesse softball coach.
WINGATE–Named Jeff Gregory baseball coach.