Penn and Penn State earned at-large bids to the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament on Sunday, and West Chester was selected in Division II.
Penn, 9-7 and runner-up in the Ivy League tournament, will face No. 6 seed Loyola on Sunday in Baltimore. Penn State (11-5) will travel to No. 8 Towson.
Florida, Northwestern, Maryland, and Syracuse are the top four seeds in the 16-team tournament.
West Chester (14-3) is seeded sixth D-II and will travel to No. 5 Limestone (17-1) in Gaffney, S.C., on Saturday.
Lehigh (14-2) is seeded No. 7 in the men's Division I tournament and will host Maryland on Sunday night.
Loyola, Johns Hopkins, Duke, and Notre Dame are the top four seeds.
SOCCER: Juventus won its 28th Italian league title and first in nine years after defeating Cagliari, 2-0, in Trieste on a goal from Mirko Vucinic and an own goal by Michele Canini.
Defending champion AC Milan needed to win to keep its title chances alive, but a hat trick from Diego Milito - including two penalties - and a stunning goal by Maicon gave Inter Milan a 4-2 win.
Manchester City put itself on course to win its first English Premier League championship since 1968 by beating host Newcastle United, 2-0, behind two goals by Yaya Toure.
Manchester United defeated Swansea, 2-0, in Wales on first-half goals by Paul Scholes and Ashley Young. The win pulled United even on points with City, but with an inferior goal difference.
In London, U.S. star Clint Dempsey got his 50th career Premier League goal to help Fulham top Sunderland, 2-1.
In Major League Soccer, The Colorado Rapids got second-half goals from Jaime Alberto Castrillón and Martin Rivero to take a 2-0 win over nine-man FC Dallas in Frisco, Texas. Dallas had midfielder Daniel Hernández striker Blas Perez sent off in the first half.
NOTEWORTHY: Argentina's Juan del Potro won his second consecutive Estoril Open, using a strong serve to beat France's Richard Gasquet, 6-4, 6-2, in Oeiras, Portugal.
World champion Mark Cavendish of Britain won the second stage of the Giro d'Italia in a sprint finish in Herning, Denmark. Taylor Phinney of the U.S. finished fourth but kept the overall lead.