Billy Oldham scored 12 and held Southern Maine on six hits, and the Huskies were eliminated in the Little East Conference baseball tournament with a 5-0 loss on Thursday against top-seeded Eastern Connecticut in Mansfield, Connecticut.
Ryan Bagdasarian led the Warriors (37-3) with two RBIs.
Jonathan Wilson had three hits for USM (23-19). USM pitcher Bryce Afthim allowed eight hits and five runs – three got – in six innings.
PGA: Sebastian Munoz shot 12-under 60 in the opening round at Byron Nelson in McKinney, Texas, after his only bogey with an impressive mid-round surge to become the first player in PGA Tour history to have two rounds of 60 or more. good at the same time.
Munoz was 2 under after a one-stroke penalty for a wayward tee shot on the eighth hole. The 29-year-old Colombian then went 6-under in the next four holes. He makes eagles in par 5 No. 9 and No. 12 and drowned two 3-foot birdies in the middle.
In the middle of the fairway after his tee shot on the 18th hole, another par 5, Munoz missed the green on the right. But he made a nice flop shot and sank a 12-foot birdie putt.
Munoz also had 60 in the opening round of the RSM Classic at Seaside in Georgia in November, even if that was a 10-under mark.
LPGA: Madelene Sagstrom fired an impeccable 9-under 63 to lead a one-stroke against Megan Khang after the first round of the Cognizant Founders Cup in Clifton, New Jersey.
Nasa Hataoka is third after 65 on the Upper Montclair Country Club course, nearly 10 miles from New York City.
CHAMPIONS TOUR: Steve Stricker shot the 7-under 65 in Birmingham, Alabama, to lead by two strokes against Miguel Angel Jimenez and Wes Short Jr. after the opening round of Regions Tradition, the first of five PGA Tour Champions majors.
Stricker, the 2019 champion, closed out his bogey-free round with a birdie at No. 18 at Greystone Golf & Country Club. Jimenez, the 2018 winner, started the 10th tee and broke a 10-player logjam of 4 under the No. 1 birdie. 8.
Short then joined him at 67 with a final birdie at 18.
EUROPEAN TOUR: English golfer Callum Shinkwin claimed a share of the lead after the first round of the Soudal Open in Antwerp, Belgium, despite nearly withdrawing from the European tour event due to a wrist injury.
Shinkwin shot a 6-under 65 and teamed up with compatriots Dale Whitnell and Sam Horsfield as the tour returned to Belgium for the first time since 2019.
ITALIAN OPEN: Rafael Nadal struggled with a foot injury in the end of a 1-6, 7-5, 6-2 third-round loss to Denis Shapovalov of Rome.
Nadal, 35, missed a large portion last year due to an injury to his left foot.
“My foot hurt again with a lot of pain,” Nadal said. “I’m a player who lives with injury. This is not new. It’s something that exists, unfortunately. Every day is hard. ”
Earlier, top-ranked Novak Djokovic had no trouble in a 6-2, 6-2 win over Stan Wawrinka, who was just playing in his second tournament after being knocked down by two operations on his left. foot.
Djokovic, a five-time Roma champion, will next face Felix Auger-Aliassime, who ended American qualifier Marcos Giron’s run with a 6-3, 6-2 victory. This is the first meeting between Djokovic and Auger-Aliassime.
In the women’s tournament, top-ranked Iga Swiatek was tested before pulling off a 6-4, 6-1 win over former No. 1 seed. 1 Victoria Azarenka to reach the quarterfinals and extend her winning streak to 25 games.
ENGLAND: Tottenham revived their hopes of beating Arsenal in the final position of Champions League qualification by beating fierce north London rivals in a 3-0 win.
Harry Kane scored two points – including one from the penalty spot – and Son Heung -min added another after halftime to move Tottenham one point behind fourth -placed Arsenal, with center -back Rob Holding was sent off in the 33rd minute when the score was 1-0.
Each team has two games left. Tottenham face two of the bottom four in the Premier League at Burnley and have already relegated Norwich, while Arsenal will have to travel to Newcastle before the home game against Everton.
• Liverpool midfielder Fabinho will miss the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday but has a chance to play in the Champions League final against Real Madrid on May 28, Manager Jurgen Klopp has said.
The Brazil international was forced out due to a hamstring problem in Aston Villa’s 2-1 win in the Premier League on Tuesday.
• Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho has completed a permanent move to Aston Villa from Barcelona for a reported fee of 20 million euros ($ 20.75 million).
Coutinho, who has been on loan at Villa since January, signed a contract until 2026.
Coutinho has been at Barcelona since January 2018, when he joined from Liverpool for 160 million euros ($ 192 million). He plays for Liverpool with Steven Gerrard, the current manager of Villa.
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