Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw, a St. Joseph's graduate, was offically inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame during a gala ceremony Saturday night at the Bijou Theatre in Knoxville, Tenn.

McGraw was one of six people - and the lone coach - named to the 2011 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Class.

"Basketball and coaching are my passions and there have been so many wonderful memories that I've collected in my time at Notre Dame, and earlier in my career at Lehigh and St. Joseph's, and all of those have been due to the hard work of so many incredible student-athletes and assistant coaches through the years," the 55-year-old said.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Dana Holgorsen was introduced as West Virginia's head football coach hours after Bill Stewart resigned.

NCAA: Former Tennessee coaches Bruce Pearl and Lane Kiffin got to explain themselves. Kiffin spent more than four hours answering questions in front of the infractions committee, then was followed by Pearl, who spent nearly five hours in front of the committee.

SWIMMING: Janet Evans set a master's mark in the 35-39 age group 15 years after her last competitive race. The four-time Olympic gold medalist swam the 400-meter freestyle in 4 minutes, 23.82 seconds.

HORSE RACING: Havre de Grace, owned by Wilmington's Rick Porter and trained by Larry Jones, cruised to a 2¼-length win in the $150,000 Obeah Stakes at Delaware Park. The filly covered the 11/8 miles in 1:49.87. Tiz Miz Sue was second and Sweet N Sour Nina finished third.

TENNIS: Andy Murray overwhelmed Andy Roddick, 6-3, 6-1, to reach the final of the Aegon championships in London. In Sunday's final, Murray will play fifth-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France.

Top-ranked Caroline Wozniacki beat German qualifier Mona Barthel, 6-1, 6-2, to reach the final of the Sony Ericsson Open in Denmark, where she will face fourth-seeded Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic.

TRACK AND FIELD: Steve Mullings held off training partner Tyson Gay to win the 100 meters at the Adidas Grand Prix in New York.

CYCLING: Home favorite Fabian Cancellara overcame mechanical trouble to win the Tour of Switzerland's prologue time trial.

Joaquim Rodriguez Oliver won the sixth stage of the Criterium du Dauphine by breaking away on a final ascent, while Bradley Wiggins retained the overall lead. The race ends Sunday with 73-mile trek from Pontcharra to La Toussuire in France.

WRESTLING: Penn State coach Cael Sanderson beat Jake Herbert in a best-of-three series for the 185-pound freestyle title at the World Team Trials, capping a successful return to wrestling. Sanderson, who turns 32 this month, won four matches Saturday to qualify for the world championships in September in Istanbul.

- Staff and wire reports