A retired Duke financial executive surpassed basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski as the highest-paid person at the school - for a year, anyway.

Krzyzewski made nearly $4.2 million in 2008-09, with a base salary of nearly $2 million, IRS documents show.

Duke paid Eugene McDonald a lump-sum deferred-compensation payment of $5.5 million that accrued over 23 years.

He retired nearly 10 years ago after creating the school's endowment-investment office.

UCLA put on a record-setting offensive show to beat Arizona, 15-9, in softball and win its 11th Women's College World Series title in Oklahoma City. Andrea Harrison hit a grand slam.

Philadelphia University has added three players to its women's basketball team: Samantha Morris, from Deptford High; Francesca Edmondson; and Jaclyn Panichi, from Henderson High in West Chester. Morris broke Deptford's career record with 1,933 points.

Miami won the Coral Gables regional baseball championship, beating Texas A&M, 10-3. The Hurricanes advance to the best-of-three super-regional series against Florida on Friday.

TENNIS: Andy Murray defeated Ivan Navarro, 7-6 (8), 6-3, setting up a third-round match against either Mardy Fish or Santiago Giraldo at Queen's Club in London. Also, No. 4 Andy Roddick beat Igor Kunitsyn, 6-2, 6-1.

Roger Federer reached the second round of the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany, with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Finland's Jarkko Nieminen.

GOLF: Two-time champ Bill McGuinness has a 1-stroke lead after the first round of the New Jersey State Golf Association Amateur Championship in West Orange.

HOCKEY: Scott Arniel is the new head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets. He was coach of Manitoba of the American Hockey League for four seasons.

BASKETBALL:

The NBA board of governors unanimously approved the sale of the Washington Wizards to Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis.

FOOTBALL: A long-delayed toxicology report in North Carolina found no alcohol in Chris Henry's system after the Cincinnati Bengals receiver died in December in a traffic accident.

SOCCER: Independence forward Amy Rodriguez was named the women's professional soccer player of the week. She had a goal and an assist in Sunday's 2-1 win over visiting Sky Blue FC of New Jersey.

MLS fined Colorado Rapids midfielder Pablo Mastroeni $500 for not leaving the field fast enough after an ejection.

LACROSSE: Ridley High alumnus Casey Grugan, Cabrini College's all-time leader in career points with 334, was picked in the eighth round of the Major League Lacrosse draft by the Chicago Machine.

- Staff and wire reports