USC Aiken is ranked 10th in latest poll
The USC Aiken baseball team jumped back into the top 10 in the latest Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll.
The Pacers moved up 12 spots from last week and are ranked tenth. The team has won 13 of 14 and is 8-1 in the Peach Belt Conference after sweeping Lander this weekend.
The Pacers (16-7) face Chowan today and Wednesday at 6 p.m. They will face UNC Pembroke, ranked No. 19 in the poll, in a doubleheader Saturday starting at 1 p.m.
Augusta State men finish third in event
In Murrells Inlet, S.C., the Augusta State men's golf team shot 299 in the final round to finish in third in the General Hacker Championship at TPC Myrtle Beach.
Augusta State junior Henrik Norlad finished sixth after he shot 74 in the final round. He finished at 2-over 218.
Jake Amos shot 3-under 69 in the final round and finished ninth at 4-over 220. Taylor Floyd finished tied for 10th at 221.
Augusta State finished at 28-over 892. East Tennesse State won at 19-under 883, and Coastal Carolina was second, three shots back.
Pepperdine's Josh Anderson and Seamus Power of East Tennessee State tied for first at 1-under 215.
Augusta boxer wins at Golden Gloves
In Macon, Ga., Augusta boxer Nicholas Torrance won a gold medal at the 2010 Georgia Golden Gloves Championships, held Saturday and Sunday.
Torrance won at 125 pounds. Fellow Augusta boxers Willie Burns (70 pounds), Demarcus Booker (175 pounds), Justin Williams (147 pounds) and K.J. Green (110 pounds) were silver medalists.
Man sentenced in ESPN stalking case
An insurance executive who secretly shot nude videos of ESPN reporter Erin Andrews has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison.
Michael Barrett pleaded guilty in December to interstate stalking after prosecutors accused him of shooting the videos through hotel peepholes in three cities. He was sentenced Monday in a federal court in Los Angeles after he made a tearful apology.
Barrett, of suburban Chicago, agreed to a 27-month prison sentence after pleading guilty.
But Andrews called him a sexual predator and angrily argued in court for him to be sentenced for as long as the law allows.
Andrews works as a sideline reporter for ESPN's game telecasts. She will also appear on the new season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars.
Djokovic survives third-round scare
In Indian Wells, Calif., Novak Djokovic staved off triple match point in the third set to beat Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (3) in third-round play at the BNP Paribas Open.
Defending champion and third-ranked Rafael Nadal needed just over an hour to put away Mario Ancic 6-2, 6-2, in front of a sparse stadium court crowd.
U.S. Davis Cup teammates John Isner and Sam Querry were to meet in a night match, after Kim Clijsters continued her comeback against Alisa Kleybanova.
- Andre Agassi told ESPN.com he was "out of line" and apologized for poking fun at Pete Sampras during a charity match last week.
Longtime rivals Agassi and Sampras were wearing microphones during the match, and the crowd at Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California got an earful during an exchange that started lighthearted but turned testy.
At one point Sampras mimicked Agassi's pigeon-toed walk, which drew laughs from the crowd. Then Agassi chided Sampras for being stingy.
Sampras responded with a high, hard serve that forced Agassi, who was teamed with Rafael Nadal, to duck.