Mitch Krywulycz and Carter Newman, who helped lead Augusta State to back-to-back NCAA Division I Golf Championships, made their pro debuts Wednesday.
NEW YORK - I'll Have Another's trainer doesn't believe racing officials are picking on him after the state's racing and wagering board imposed strict rules for horses in the Belmont Stakes.
USC Aiken senior Ken Raborn became the school's all-time home run leader Sunday as the 14th-ranked Pacers beat Lander 11-6 at home to sweep the series.
The Mike Brandt era at USC Aiken got off to a slow start Friday, as the Lady Pacers lost 75-63 to Southwest State (Minn.) University in the opening game of the sixth annual Disney Tip-Off Classic in Orlando, Fla.
De La Hoya outclasses Castillejo Oscar De La Hoya was treated like he was the champion all week long. He finally went out Saturday night and made it official, beating Javier Castillejo of Spain by decision to win the WBC super welterweight title in Las Vegas. De La Hoya's move up to 154 pounds was a successful one as he dominated an outclassed Castillejo to become a champion again for the first time since he lost to Trinidad nearly two years ago.
Augusta State's women's tennis team will compete in the 2000 NCAA Regionals beginning May 5 in Miami, Fla. The No. 3-seeded Lady Jaguars (13-12) will meet second-seeded Valdosta State (15-6). ASU earned the bid by winning two of three matches at the Peach Belt Athletic Conference championships to raise its record above .500.
BALTIMORE - Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux won't ride in today's Preakness after failing a Breathalyzer test in New York.
Augusta's Lee Knox is one shot off the lead in the Georgia Amateur at Settindown Creek.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. --- Rick Dutrow is in trouble again.
NEW YORK -- A third person is being investigated as part of a probe into a suspicious Breeders' Cup bet worth $3 million, the Thoroughbred Times reported Tuesday.\r\n