Texas A&M won both the men's and women's team titles Saturday at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships in Eugene, Ore., for the second straight year.

Villanova's Sheila Reid finished fourth in the women's 1,500, an event won by Florida's Charlotte Browning. Rutgers' Bruce Owens, a graduate of Deptford High, finished sixth in the men's 200, which was won by Kentucky's Rondel Sorrillo.

Arizona State's Ryan Whiting, who took the discus title Thursday, easily won the shot put with a heave of 72 feet, 1 inch; Oregon's Andrew Wheating completed an 800-1,500 double by leading the Ducks to a 1-2-3 finish in the latter race; and Texas El-Paso's Blessing Okagbare, who won the women's 100 on Friday, captured the long jump with a leap of 22-31/2.

COLLEGE BASEBALL: Seneca High product Dan Grovatt hit a go-ahead two-run home run as Virginia beat Oklahoma, 3-2, in the opening game of the best-of-three super regional in Charlottesville (Va.). Grovatt, an outfielder who was drafted Tuesday by the Pittsburgh Pirates, hit his shot in the sixth inning.

Florida ousted Miami, 4-3. With Game 2 wins, Texas (14-1 over Texas Christian) and Vanderbilt (6-2 vs. Florida State) remained alive in their super regionals. In Game 1 battles, Alabama jumped out to an early 5-0 lead before holding on to edge Clemson, 5-4, and South Carolina beat Coastal Carolina, 4-3.

Miami third baseman Harold Martinez underwent surgery to remove a lump the size of a tennis ball from his left shin.

HORSE RACING: With fans shouting "Rachel's back," Rachel Alexandra roared to a 101/2-length victory in the Fleur de Lis Handicap at Churchill Downs - her first win in three starts as a 4-year-old.

Get Serious took the early lead and held off a late rally by Roman Tiger to win the $250,000 Monmouth Stakes by 11/4 lengths at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J.

AUTO RACING: Aric Almirola took the lead with less than 10 laps to go, then held off late charges from Todd Bodine and Kyle Busch to win the NASCAR Trucks Series race at Michigan International Speedway.

Joey Logano became the first Nationwide Series driver to win three consecutive races at the same track when starting from the pole as he won the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway.

NOTEWORTHY: John Wooden, who led UCLA to 10 NCAA men's basketball titles, was buried Friday in Los Angeles after a private ceremony. A public memorial is set for June 26.

Les Richter, an all-pro linebacker who played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1954 to 1962, died at the age of 79. After his playing career, Richter was an executive with NASCAR and other racing ventures.

- Staff and wire reports