West Chester fell behind early in the NCAA Division II women's lacrosse final Sunday, and never managed to catch up.

The Golden Rams (19-2) lost the title game by a score of 17-7 to defending champion Adelphi (18-1) at Clark Field in Gettysburg.

Lauren Glassey (W.C. Henderson) led West Chester with three goals.

The Rams' Erin Oczkowski (Archbishop Wood) and Claire Grimwood (Hopewell, N.J.) joined Glassey on the all-tournament team.

University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love was posthumously awarded a bachelor's degree in politics and government.

She was beaten to death May 3; Virginia men's player George Huguely has been charged in her slaying.

Chris Bocklet scored three goals and set up two others to lead top-seeded Virginia by Stony Brook, 10-9, in the Division I men's tourney.

The Cavaliers will face Duke in one semifinal Saturday in Baltimore; Cornell will face Notre Dame in the other.

AUTO RACING: Tony Kanaan overcame a second crash to qualify for this year's Indianapolis 500. The former IndyCar Series champion posted a four-lap average of 224.072 m.p.h. That was good enough to bump rookie Sebastian Saavedra out of the 33-car starting field.

Sarah Fisher's average of 224.434 gave the field a record fourth woman; she was the fastest of the four.

Junior Johnson, 78, said it "couldn't have been a better day" as the so-called "Last American Hero" joined Richard Petty, 72, as the only living members of the first class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C.

Also inducted: Dale Earnhardt, Bill France Sr., and Bill France Jr. The class was chosen from a list of 25 candidates that included Darrell Waltrip, David Pearson, and 96-year-old Raymond Parks, all of whom were in attendance Sunday.

GOLF: Sun Young Yoo won the Sybase Match Play Championship for her first LPGA Tour victory, beating Angela Stanford, 3 and 1, at Hamilton Farm in Gladstone, N.J.

Fighting through a rocky final round for a 2-over 72, Jason Day won the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas. Jordan Spieth, a 16-year-old high school student from Dallas, finished tied for 16th.

Coming from 7 strokes back, Simon Khan won the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth, England. He shot a 5-under 66.

FOOTBALL: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to 44 governors urging them to pass a law similar to one in Washington state that protects young athletes from concussions.

TRACK AND FIELD: Jamaica's Usain Bolt won the 200 meters at the Diamond League meet in Shanghai, cruising to victory in 19.76 seconds. Also, David Oliver of the United States ran a season-best 12.99 to win the 110 hurdles, leaving hometown hero Liu Xiang trailing in third (13.40).

WNBA: Willingboro High graduate Crystal Langhorne scored 16 points, but the Washington Mystics suffered their first loss of the season, falling by 80-65 to host Connecticut. Tan White led the Sun with 15 points.

SOCCER: Emilio Renteria scored on a header in the 64th minute to give the Columbus Crew a 1-0 MLS victory over the host Kansas City Wizards. Columbus (6-0-2) and Los Angeles (8-0-2) are the league's only unbeaten teams.

- Staff and wire reports