Michael Sauers scored in the 86th minute to give Maryland a 2-1 win over host California in Berkeley on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA men's soccer championship.
The Terrapins (16-3-5) advance to the College Cup at PPL Park in Chester, where they will face Virginia (13-5-5) in the semifinals on Friday.
Notre Dame got goals from Patrick Hodan and Evan Panken as the Fighting Irish (14-1-6) beat Michigan State, 2-1, in South Bend, Ind., to book a ticket to PPL Park as well. The Irish will face the Lobos of New Mexico (14-5-2), who made a Ben McKendry goal stand up for a 1-0 win over Washington in Seattle.
The quarterfinals are at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Friday. The final is at 3 p.m. Saturday.
In the English Premier League, Newcastle United beat host Manchester United at Old Trafford for the first time in 41 years, 1-0, on a goal by Yohan Cabaye. . . . Franck Ribery scored twice as unbeaten German league-leaders Bayern Munich cruised past Werder Bremen, 7-0.
GOLF Tiger Woods birdied two of his last three holes to salvage an even-par 72 in the wind and keep his 2-shot lead at 11-under 205 over Zach Johnson at the World Challenge in Sherman Oaks, Calif. . . . In the United Arab Emirates, Pornanong Phatlum rallied to win the Dubai Ladies Masters, hitting a 54-degree wedge to 2 feet on the par-5 final hole for a birdie and a 1-stroke victory over Stacy Lewis.
RUNNING La Salle's Meghan McGlinchey (West Deptford) obliterated the school 5-kilometer record with a time of 15:53.74 at the Jack Pyrah Invitational in Haverford.
SWIMMING Katie Ledecky shattered the U.S. record in the 1,650-yard freestyle with a time of 15 minutes, 15.17 seconds at the Winter National Championships in Nashville.
BOBSLEDDING The United States swept the podium in a women's World Cup race in Park City, Utah, with the team of Elana Meyers and Aja Evans winning a gold medal for the second straight day with two runs in 1:38.61. Jamie Greubel and Lolo Jones tied for second place with Jazmine Fenlator and Lauryn Williams. Jones and Williams are both track Olympians.
BOXING South African boxer Jacob "Baby Jake" Matlala, a 4-foot-101/2, four-time world champion in the flyweight and junior flyweight divisions has died at 51. - Staff and wire reports