Konner Wade tossed a six-hitter and Arizona (43-17) earned its first trip to the College World Series since 2004 by beating St. John's, 7-4, in Tucson, Ariz., to complete a two-game sweep.
St. John's finished 40-24.
TRACK AND FIELD: Oregon won the 1,600 relay at the NCAA championship meet in Des Moines, Iowa, with English Gardner (Eastern High) running the leadoff leg. The Ducks ran a time of 3 minutes, 24.54 seconds.
Greta Feldman of Princton, a Haddonfield graduate, was fifth in the 1,500 in a time of 4:14.76.
Villanova's Sheila Reid was 10th in the 5,000 in 16:31.48, with teammate Bogdana Mimic 17th in 16:53.66.
LSU won the title with 76 points, to Oregon's 62.
'Nova's Sam McEntee was ninth in the men's 1,500 in 3:46.41. Temple's Travis Mahoney was fifth in the steeplechase in 8:43.29. Jarrett Eaton of Syracuse (Abington High) was sixth in the 110 hurdles in 13.83. Penn State was fourth in the 1,600 relay in 3:01.58 with Brandon Bennett-Green (Cheltenham) running a leg.
Florida won the men's title with 50 points.
NOTEWORTHY:Maya Moore scored 26 points and VISITING Minnesota beat the winless Tulsa Shock, 93-73, as the Lynx tied the WNBA record with their ninth straight win to open the season.
The Lynx (9-0) matched the 2001 and 2003 Los Angeles Sparks for most victories to start a season.
Moore, the league's reigning rookie of the year, scored 14 points in the third quarter when the Lynx pulled away to a 70-58 lead.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and his wife, Ashley, are expecting a son later this year. Roethlisberger released the news on his official website, posting "It is truly a blessing and we are so excited!"
It's been a busy offseason for Roethlisberger, who turned 30 in March and graduated from Miami (Ohio) last month with a bachelor's degree in education. He is expected to join the team for mandatory minicamp next week.
Colombian rider Nairo Quintana won the sixth stage of the Criterium du Dauphine in the French Alps, while Britain's Bradley Wiggins retained the overall lead.
Quintana, of Spanish team Movistar, raced into Morzine alone, pulling ahead of his rivals halfway up the final climb of the Col de Joux Plane to finish the 104-mile mountain stage in 4 hours, 46 minutes, 12 seconds.
- Staff and wire reports