West Chester's Sean O'Hair and Kenny Perry birdied five of the last six holes to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Naples, Fla., on Sunday.

Peter Senior shot a par 72 to win the Australian Open in Sydney by one stroke.

Charl Schwartzel shot a 7-under 65 at the Thailand Golf Championship in Chon Buri for a dominating 11-shot win. Bubba Watson finished in a tie for second with Thitiphun Chuayprakong.

Scott Jamieson parred the second playoff hole to beat Steve Webster and Eduardo de la Riva after the Nelson Mandela Championship in Durban, South Africa, was reduced to a 36-hole shootout by rain.

SOCCER: Lionel Messi broke Gerd Müller's 40-year-old record for goals in a calendar year by scoring for the 85th and 86th times to seal a 2-1 Spanish league win for Barcelona over Real Betis in Seville.

Messi has scored 74 goals for Barcelona and 12 for Argentina this year, and he has three more games in which he can add to his tally before the end of the year. Müller scored 85 for Bayern Munich and West Germany in 1972.

Indiana got a 64th-minute goal from Nikita Kotlov and the 16th-seeded Hoosiers (16-5-3) made it stand up for a 1-0 upset of third-seeded Georgetown (19-4-3), winning the NCAA championship in the College Cup final in Hoover, Ala. Next year's College Cup will be at PPL Park in Chester.

Robin Van Persie scored late to give Manchester United a 3-2 win over host Manchester City in the English Premier League.

United defender Rio Ferdinand was cut above his left eye by a coin thrown from the stands and police arrested a fan for racist chanting during the game.

BASEBALL: The Los Angeles Dodgers signed South Korean lefthander Ryu Hyun-Jin to a six-year, $36 million deal. Ryu, 25, was a seven-time all-star in the Korea Baseball Organization. He won the Korean league's strikeout title five times.

MLB.com reported that the Tampa Bay Rays traded all-star righthanded starter James Shields and righthanded reliever Wade Davis to the Kansas City Royals for prospects including outfielder Wil Myers, who hit 37 homers in the minors last year.

SKIING: In St. Moritz, Switzerland, Tina Maze of Slovenia won her third straight World Cup giant slalom in a total time of 2 minutes, 11.07 seconds. Maze extended her lead in the overall standings.

Defending champion Lindsey Vonn of the United States placed 27th after almost crashing out.

In Val d'Isere, France, Marcel Hirscher of Austria protected his first-run lead to win the giant slalom. Hirscher finished 1.16 seconds ahead of Germany's Stefan Luitz, with American Ted Ligety 1.42 seconds behind in third.

- Staff and wire reports