At the NCAA outdoor track championships in Des Moines, Iowa, which were pushed back to Friday by heavy storms, Villanova's Sheila Reid captured the 5,000-meter run in 15 minutes, 37.57 seconds.
Kansas State's Ryann Krais, a Methacton graduate, won the women's heptathlon with 5,961 points.
California's Michael Morrison won the national title in the decathlon with 8,118 points, edging Duke's Curtis Beach who scored 8,084 points while turning in a blazing 3:59.19 for the best 1,500 ever run by a decathlete in the NCAA meet.
Florida State's Ngonidzashe Makusha broke the national 100-meter collegiate record with a time of 9.89 seconds. Makusha earlier won the long jump with a jump of 27 feet, 63/4 inches.
Oklahoma's Candyce McGrone took the women's 100 title in 11.08. Washington State's Jeshua Anderson won the men's 400 hurdles.
Temple's Travis Mahoney placed 11th in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 8:52.54, while teammate Bob Keogh placed 13th in the hammer throw semis with a 63.66-meter toss. Both earned all-American honors.
In the NCAA baseball tournament, North Carolina's Patrick Johnson allowed five hits while striking out seven in 72/3 innings and Seth Baldwin hit a two-run homer in the seventh to help the Tar Heels beat Stanford, 5-2, in the first game of the best-of-three NCAA Super Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Elsewhere, Florida's Hudson Randall gave up six hits and struck out eight batters to lead the Gators to an 11-1 victory over Mississippi State in their opener in Gainesville.
In Nashville, Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of former Boston Red Sox star Carl Yastrzemski, went 2 for 4 with a three-run homer to lead Vanderbilt to an 11-1 win over Oregon State.
Texas errors gave Arizona State a 3-2 win over the Longhorns in Austin.
Bill Stewart resigned as West Virginia's football coach and Dana Holgorsen will take over a year early after the two made unwanted headlines for weeks.
An intoxicated Holgorsen was escorted out of a casino last month, and a reporter said Stewart approached him to "dig up" dirt on his eventual successor.
Central Bucks East junior Jake O'Donnell, a 6-foot-6, 235-pound offensive tackle and linebacker, has made an oral commitment to play for Al Golden at Miami.
New Penn State basketball coach Patrick Chambers, added former Episcopal Academy player Eugene Burroughs, a Navy assistant coach, to his staff.
BOXING: The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania said former Olympic welterweight Rock Allen remains in serious condition, while Hahnemann University Hospital provided no update in the condition of his brother, former cruiserweight Tiger Allen, who was in intensive care. The 29-year-old twins suffered multiple injuries Tuesday night in a one-car accident in Montgomery County.
SOCCER: In MLS, Thierry Henry scored to help the New York Red Bulls beat the New England Revolution 2-1, in Harrison, N.J.
In a Group B CONCACAF Gold Cup double-header in Miami, Demar Phillips scored two goals to lift Jamaica past Guatemala, 2-0, while Carlos Costly notched a hat trick as Honduras thrashed Grenada, 7-1.
TENNIS: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga defeated the exhausted French Open champ, Rafael Nadal, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-1, in London in the quarterfinals at Queen's Club.
Caroline Wozniacki eased into the semifinals of the Sony Ericsson Open in Copenhagen, Denmark, with a brisk, 6-0, 6-1 victory over Alberta Brianti
SWIMMING: At the open water national championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Alex Meyer won the men's 10-kilometer in 2:5:36, while Eva Fabian took the women's event in 2:18:31.
- Staff and wire reports