College Baseball


Jags are swept in doubleheader

In Milledgeville, Ga., Augusta State was swept in its doubleheader with Georgia College and State on Sunday, with the Bobcats taking the first game 7-1, and the second 7-6.

Clay Ardeeser homered in the first game for the Bobcats.

Jake Sandlin, a former Greenbrier standout, had a pair of RBI in the nightcap for Georgia College. Justin Mee drove in three runs for the Jaguars, who were swept in the series and have dropped four in a row.

• In Atlanta, Seth Miller had three RBI to lead Florida State to an 8-6 win over Georgia Tech.

Sam Dove drove in a pair of runs for the Yellow Jackets, who dropped a three-game series for the first time this season.

• In Athens, Ga., Spencer Turnbull pitched seven scoreless innings, allowing five hits and no walks, to lead Alabama to a 3-0 win over struggling Georgia.

The Bulldogs were swept in the three-game series and have lost eight in a row.

• In Columbia, Matt Vinson drove in two runs on a single in the top of the 11th inning, leading Arkansas claimed a sweep with a 5-3 victory over South Carolina.



Rains suspends play at Bulls Bay

In Awendaw, S.C., the Augusta State men will have to wait to begin play at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate.

The first round of the 54-hole tournament at Bulls Bay Golf Club was suspended Sunday because rain.

The first and second rounds will begin today. The final round will be Tuesday.

• In Albany, Ga., Scott Resseguie, of Augusta, and Gary Bernson, of Marietta, combined to win the Georgia Four-Ball Tournament at Doublegate Country Club.



Dumervil lands deal with Ravens

Former Denver Broncos pass rusher Elvis Dumervil has decided to play for the Baltimore Ravens.

According to multiple reports, Dumervil agreed to a multiyear deal with the Super Bowl champions, who didn’t immediately announce any agreement.

Dumervil had 63½ sacks in seven seasons in Denver. He agreed to reduce his 2013 salary from $12 million to $8 million but the paperwork didn’t reach the NFL offices in time and the Broncos were forced to release him on March 15.

• The Chicago Bears agreed to a one-year deal with linebacker James Anderson.


Women’s College Hockey

Gophers cap off perfect season

In Minneapolis, Amanda Kessel scored twice, and the Gophers breezed by Boston University 6-3 on Sunday to finish the first perfect season in the 13-year history of NCAA women’s hockey.

Mira Jalosuo, Hannah Brandt, Milica McMillen and Rachel Ramsey also scored for the Gophers (41-0), who won their second consecutive national title – and fourth overall –and stretched their record winning streak to 49 games.


Winter Sports

Shiffrin stumbles in bid for crown

In Squaw Valley, Calif., world champion Mikaela Shiffrin straddled a gate in the final run, handing the slalom title to Canadian Ana Goodman on Sunday in the U.S. Alpine Championship.

The 18-year-old Shiffrin, from Vail, Colo., held a 1.22-second lead after the opening run, but straddled the game in the tight middle section in the second run.