Kentucky's starting lineup of three freshmen and two sophomores all declared for the NBA draft in a news conference on Tuesday night.

Freshmen Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Somerdale) and Marquis Teague, and sophomores Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb all will enter the NBA together.

The group came into the season largely untested before ascending to No. 1, winning the Southeastern Conference, and capping an NCAA tournament run with a 67-59 victory over Kansas in the title game.

Khadijah Rushdan of Rutgers was taken with the third pick in the second round by the Los Angeles Sparks in Monday's WNBA draft.

Keisha Hampton of DePaul was chosen with the 10th pick of the second round by the Seattle Storm.

Hampton is a graduate of Engineering & Science and Rushdan is a graduate of St. Elizabeth in Wilmington. Both played for the DEL Phoenix in AAU basketball.

The University of Arkansas said Jessica Dorrell, the former mistress of fired football coach Bobby Petrino, has resigned her position as the team's student-athlete development coordinator. The university said Dorrell will be paid approximately $14,000 as a settlement.

AUTO RACING: Graham Rahal was placed on probation for six races by IndyCar for his role in an accident with Marco Andretti in Sunday's Grand Prix of Long Beach.

Reviews showed Rahal guilty of blocking and initiating avoidable contact on Lap 22, IndyCar race director Beaux Barfield said. Andretti's car hit the back of Rahal's, launched briefly into the air and spun into a tire barrier.

SOCCER: Mario Gomez scored in the 90th minute to give Bayern Munich a 2-1 win over visiting Real Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal. The second leg is next week in Madrid. Real has won a record nine European titles. Bayern has five.

The other semifinal begins Wednesday when Barcelona visits Chelsea.

Reading secured promotion to the English Premier League after a four-year absence with two games to spare in the second tier by beat Nottingham Forest, 1-0, while third-place West Ham was held to a 1-1 draw at Bristol City.

Southampton also is poised to earn promotion to the Premier League.

TENNIS: Kim Clijsters said she will skip the French Open to focus on adapting to grass ahead of the London Olympics and Wimbledon. The Belgian is recovering much slower than expected after tearing a hip muscle during the Sony Ericsson Open in Florida last month. She will resume training in about three weeks.

- Associated Press