Street parties in Spain celebrating Barcelona's 3-1 Champions League victory over Manchester United turned violent early Sunday. At least 18 people were hospitalized and more than 80 arrested after revelers attacked officers with bottles and flares, and destroyed bus stops. More than 100 other people were injured, but were treated at the scene by paramedics and not hospitalized.

In Zurich, Switzerland, FIFA suspended senior executives Mohamed bin Hammam and Jack Warner because of bribery allegations while exonerating president Sepp Blatter in a corruption crisis facing soccer's governing body.

Blatter now is in line to be re-elected unopposed to a fourth term Wednesday. His only challenger, bin Hammam, withdrew his candidacy hours before being excluded from all soccer activities by FIFA's ethics committee.

Chris Pontius and Josh Wolff scored second-half goals and DC United beat Portland, 3-2, on to end the expansion Timbers' MLS home winning streak at five.

CYCLING: Spaniard Alberto Contador won his second Giro d'Italia title in Milan by more than six minutes after finishing third in the final stage.

COLLEGES: Northwestern won its sixth NCAA women's lacrosse championship in seven years, getting four goals from Shannon Smith, in an 8-7 victory over top-ranked Maryland in Stony Brook, N.Y.

Men's lacrosse players Jonathan Stumpf (Lehigh) and Brian Karalunas (Villanova) were named first-team all-Americans. The second-team members include Stefan Bauer (Lafayette).

Eight athletes from Big Five schools advanced in Bloomington, Ind., from the East preliminary of the NCAA outdoor track and field championships to the national meet beginning June 8.

Villanova's Sheila Reid qualified in both the women's 1,500 meters and the 5,000 and will be joined by teammates Bogdana Mimic (women's 5,000), Shericka Ward (women's 100-meter hurdles), and Matthew Gibney (men's 1,500). Also qualifying were Temple's Robert Keogh (men's hammer) and Travis Mahoney (3,000-meter steeplechase), and Penn's Maalik Reynolds (men's high jump) and Leslie Kovach (women's 5,000).

HORSE RACING: Anndrovette and driver Tim Tetrick won the $150,000 Betsy Ross series final for pacing mares by a neck over favorite Higher And Higher in a career-best 1 minute, 49.4 seconds at Harrah's Chester Casino & Racetrack.

- Staff and wire reports