Jaguars in 11th after first round
In Windermere, Fla., the Georgia Regents men’s golf team carded 5-over 293 on Sunday and sit in 11th place after the first round of the 15-team Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.
Alabama leads the way at Isleworth Country Club after posting 280.
Georgia Regents’ Meechai Padung and Alex Wennstam are tied for 23rd after 72s.
Also for the Jaguars, Maverick Antcliff is tied for 39th after 74 and Jackson Stroup (75) is tied for 48th. Jake Marriott had a non-counting 82.
Alabama’s Trey Mullinax and California’s Joe Stalter share the lead after shooting 66.
Hawks bested in preseason game
In Atlanta, Jerryd Bayless made six 3-pointers in scoring 22 points, Marc Gasol added 10 points and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Atlanta Hawks 90-82 Sunday for their fourth consecutive exhibition win.
Bayless was 6 for 6 on 3s – five in the first half. He made 8 of 9 shots overall. Ed Davis had 14 points and seven rebounds for Memphis (4-2).
Paul Millsap scored nine of the Hawks’ 14 first-quarter points. He finished with 19 points and eight rebounds before leaving the game with a sore left Achilles as a precaution late in the third quarter.
Jeff Teague had 15 points and Al Horford was held to eight points, five rebounds and five assists in 27 minutes.
Wozniacki earns first win of year
In Luxembourg, top-seeded Caroline Wozniacki won her first tournament of the year, beating German teenager Annika Beck 6-2, 6-2 in Sunday’s final of the Luxembourg Open.
Wozniacki, ranked ninth in the world, lost one set in the tournament. She dominated her 19-year-old opponent and completed the match in 1 hour, 14 minutes. The 57th-ranked Beck was playing in her first WTA tournament final.
The win gave Wozniacki her 21st career title. She didn’t make it beyond the fourth round in a grand slam this year.
• In Stockholm, Grigor Dimitrov secured his first ATP tour title Sunday at the Stockholm Open by beating top-seeded David Ferrer 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.
• In Vienna, Tommy Haas won his 15th career title and second this season, defeating Robin Haase 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 at the Erste Bank Open on Sunday.
• In Moscow, top-seeded Richard Gasquet won the 10th title of his career by rallying to beat qualifier Mikhail Kukushkin 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the final of the Kremlin Cup.
US women romp past Australia
In San Antonio, Lauren Holiday and Carli Lloyd scored in the first half and the U.S. women’s national team overpowered Australia 4-0, giving coach Tom Sermanni a victory in his first match against his former team.
Holiday and Lloyd both scored on powerful volleys, and Abby Wambach scored her 162nd career international goal with delicate flick off the outside of her right foot that trickled into the corner. Christen Press scored in stoppage time for the final goal.
The win extends the Americans’ unbeaten streak to 36 games and pushed Sermanni’s record with the U.S. to 11-0-2 in his first year. Sermanni led Australia to two World Cup appearances and an Asian Cup title, before taking over the U.S. job in late 2012.
The 2012 Olympic champion, the U.S. is unbeaten on home soil since 2004, a streak of 74 games.