Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom is a go for the Belmont Stakes on June 11. Preakness winner Shackleford is not yet a definite for the final leg of the Triple Crown.

At Penn National, Ann's Smart Dancer, owned by Craig Donnelly and his father, Russ Harris, finished second behind Quantum Miss. Donnelly worked as a writer and handicapper for The Inquirer for 37 years.

BASKETBALL: Four true freshmen Rateska Brown, Shaniqua Reese, Tyonna Williams and Monaye Merritt (Friends' Central) will join the Temple women's basketball team.

Former WNBA player Margo Dydek, 37, died after suffering a heart attack a week ago and being placed in a medically induced coma.

COLLEGES: Rutgers-Camden first baseman C.J. Mooney won a national Gold Glove in Division III.

Temple senior Bob Keogh (Archbishop Wood) earned a spot in the NCAA championships hammer-throw finals with a seventh-place qualifying throw of 205 feet, 10 inches.

NFL: The St. Louis Rams contributed $25,000 to relief efforts from the tornado that devastated Joplin, Mo., this week and damaged parts of St. Louis County last month.

The NFL and the Dallas Cowboys asked a federal court judge to dismiss the class-action suit filed on behalf of Super Bowl ticket holders who wound up with no seats for the game.

An animal-rights group bought Michael Vick's former dogfighting compound and plans to turn it into a rehabilitation center for chained and penned dogs.

SOCCER: FIFA placed its president under investigation in a bribery scandal days before Sepp Blatter faces re-election against Mohamed bin Hammam. With both candidates under investigation, it is unclear whether Wednesday's election will proceed.

GOLF: Second-ranked Luke Donald of England, Italian teenager Matteo Manassero, and Alvaro Quiros of Spain were tied for a 2-shot lead after the second round of the BMW PGA Championship in England.

Ryan Palmer and Sergio Garcia share the second-round lead at 8-under 132 at the Byron Nelson Championship in Texas. Rory Sabbatini, who missed the cut after shooting a 12-over 82, has withdrawn from next week's Memorial.

Kiyoshi Murota shot a 5-under 67 to take a 4-stroke lead in the Senior PGA Championship in Kentucky over a glittering scoreboard that includes Nick Price, Hale Irwin, and Tom Watson.

LACROSSE: Maryland women tallied a 14-8 semifinal victory over Duke to put the Terrapins in Sunday's championship game against Northwestern, which advanced with an 11-10 win over North Carolina.

CYCLING: The head of Switzerland's anti-doping lab denied claims that Lance Armstrong had a positive drug test at the 2001 Tour de Suisse that was covered up.

OLYMPICS: Three-time Olympian Todd Hays was hired to coach the U.S. women's bobsled team.

JURISPRUDENCE: U.S. prosecutors charged the tattoo-parlor owner who bought Ohio State football memorabilia with drug trafficking and money laundering. - Staff and wire reports