NCAA: The University of Maryland's board of regents is scheduled to meet Monday to discuss the school's possibly leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference to join the Big Ten.
If Maryland approves the move and applies for admission, Rutgers is expected to follow suit and leave the Big East. An announcement on Maryland's final decision is expected this week.
GOLF: U.S. Women's Open champion Na Yeon Choi won the Titleholders in Naples, Fla., to turn a great season into her best one yet. She closed with a 2-under 70 for a 2-shot victory.
Henrik Stenson shot a 71 for a 17-under total of 271 to win the European Tour's South African Open in Johannesburg and end a three-year wait for a tournament title. . . . Miguel Angel Jimenez, at 48 years and 318 days, became the oldest European Tour winner by shooting a 5-under 65 to capture his third Hong Kong Open title. . . . Adam Scott shot a 5-under 67 to win the Australian Masters in his native country for his first victory of the year.
AUTO RACING: A bold pass at the end of a long straightway slipped Lewis Hamilton past Sebastian Vettel, and the McLaren driver went on to win the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, in the first Formula One race on American soil since 2007.
SOCCER: Houston got a goal from Boniek Garcia, and the Dynamo advanced to their second straight MLS Cup final and fourth in seven years by tying D.C. United, 1-1, in Washington to earn a 4-2 aggregate-goal win in the Eastern Conference final series.
Eddie Johnson and Zach Scott scored for the Seattle Sounders, but it wasn't enough as the L.A. Galaxy won the Western Conference to advance to the MLS Cup final against Houston. Seattle won the game, 2-1, but Los Angeles, which got a goal from Robbie Keane, won the aggregate-goal series by 4-2.
- Associated Press