Ryan Harrigan (Kingsway) got his senior year off to a flying start by capturing the Delaware Valley Invitational for Widener, which easily cruised to the men's cross-country team title in Doylestown.

Harrigan pulled away from the pack to finish in 28 minutes, 51.78 seconds for a 13-second victory.

The Pride dominated, placing five of the top 10 runners. Seamus McCullough (La Salle) was second, Brian Benkhadra finished fifth, Jason Caporale (Neshaminy) was eighth, and Andrew Cooper was 10th.

The Pride won with 26 team points. Eastern (69) was second.

The Rowan men's squad finished third at the Salisbury Fall Classic in Maryland. Rob Rawls (Triton) finished third in the 8K race.

Tim Dole (Clearview) was 18th, while Tim Rearden (Burlington Township) was 33d.

Elizabeth Barrett (St. Basil) and Emma Slattery (Downingtown West) finished fourth and fifth as the St. Joseph's women's squad tied for second with host College of New Jersey at the Blue/Gold Classic 5K.

FIELD HOCKEY: Ursinus opened its season with a decisive 9-0 victory over Eastern Mennonite in Collegeville. The Bears were lead by Stephanie Cooper (Central Bucks West), who scored three goals.

Rowan defeated Haverford, 2-1. Jenna Pressler (Shawnee) scored the winning goal at 51:22.

Rowan's Steph Colombo (Camden Catholic) made three saves.

Megan Holt (Friends' Central) scored for the Fords.

With three goals in a big second half, Temple won its season-opening game against Ohio State in the Owls' own Conference Cup Tournament. Temple will now face Maryland in Sunday's final at 3:30 p.m. at Geasey Field.

TENNIS: The College of New Jersey women's team pushed its conference win total to 149 straight as the Lions breezed past host Kean, 6-0.

AUTO RACING: Kevin Harvick raced to his first NASCAR Nationwide Series victory of the year, holding off Kyle Busch on the final lap at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

WNBA: Maya Moore scored 25 of her 30 points in the first half to lead the host Minnesota Lynx over the Seattle Storm, 97-74.

CYCLING: Czech rider Leopold Konig used a final uphill surge to win the eighth stage of the Spanish Vuelta, while Nicolas Roche took over the leader's red jersey.

- Staff and wire reports