of Southampton rolled strikes on six of his first seven balls to defeat top qualifier
of Colombia, 237-203, to win the Pepsi Viper Championship in Las Vegas for his third PBA Tour title.
O'Neill, the No. 4 qualifier, cruised into the title match by defeating PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela (244-159); Mike DeVaney of Murrieta, Calif., (242-209); and Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C. (248-192).
TENNIS: Serbia celebrated its first Davis Cup title Sunday, becoming only the second unseeded nation to win the trophy when Viktor Troicki beat Michael Llodra, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3, to complete a three-matches-to-two, comeback win over France in Belgrade, Serbia.
Novak Djokovic tied the finals on Sunday by beating Gael Monfils, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4, in the first reverse-singles match.
WOMEN'S SOCCER: Adriana Leon scored in the 63d minute and Notre Dame defeated Stanford, 1-0, for the NCAA Women's College Cup championship.
Melissa Henderson assisted on the goal for the Fighting Irish (21-2-2), who won the third national championship in program history.
WINTER SPORTS: Ted Ligety captured a World Cup giant slalom, while U.S. teammate Bode Miller finished in 27th place in Beaver Creek, Colo.
American Lindsey Vonn won the women's World Cup super-G race in Lake Louise, Alberta.
Olympic champion Tatjana Huefner won the women's World Cup luge race in Winterberg, Germany, the 100th straight World Cup win for the German women.
BOXING: Indonesia's Chris John retained his WBA featherweight title for the 13th time after defeating Fernando David Saucedo of Argentina.
The unbeaten longtime world champion dominated the final rounds to win a unanimous decision over Saucedo (38-5-2) at Tennis Indoor Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia. John improved to 44-0-2.
HORSE RACING: Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert won his 2,000th race as Free Pourin took the third race at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. The 2-year-old gray colt was ridden by Joe Talamo and is owned by Mike Pegram, one of Baffert's earliest clients when he switched from training quarter horses to thoroughbreds.