Women’s Golf


Jaguars headed west for regional

The Georgia Regents women’s golf team is headed to Washington for the NCAA Regionals.

The Jaguars were selected Monday to the West Regional, which will be held May 8-10 at Tumble Creek Club in Cle Elum, Wash.

The top eight seeds in the West will be No. 1 Southern California, No. 2 Arizona State, No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 4 Washington, the tournament host, No. 5 Clemson, No. 6 Wake Forest, No. 7 North­western and No. 8 Michigan State.

The rest of the field includes Iowa State, Oregon, Texas A&M, UC Davis, Denver, San Diego State, Wisconsin, Gonzaga, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Chatta­nooga, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Portland State and Detroit.



Eagles caravan to visit Augusta

The Georgia Southern Athletics Coaches Caravan will make a stop at Savannah Rapids Pavilion at 6 p.m. Friday.

Football coach Willie Fritz, athletic director Tom Kleinlein and several other coaches will be on hand.

For more information, contact Kathryn Bryant at (912) 478-5520.


Auto Racing

Pine Tree 100 is set for Saturday

The Pine Tree 100, a Crate Late Model race, will be the feature race at Swainsboro Raceway on Saturday.

The 3/8-mile dirt track will also hold several other races and a mud-bogging event Saturday.

Gates open at 2 p.m. Tickets range from $10-35. For more information, call (478) 252-1300 or visit www.swainsbororaceway.com.


College Basketball

Anderson named Missouri coach

Missouri chose a familiar face as its new men’s basketball coach Monday.

Kim Anderson is a former star player and longtime aide to former Missouri coach Norm Stewart. He won a Division II title at Central Missouri this season and replaces Frank Haith, who left for Tulsa earlier this month.

“He’s a man of great character, integrity and respect,” athletic director Mike Alden said. “The fact that he’s a Missouri Tiger at heart is important.”

Anderson, 58, was the NABC National Coach of the Year this season after going 30-5, molding a roster that had just one returning player who averaged more than 4.7 points per game.



NWSL suspends Olympian Lloyd

Two-time Olympic gold medalist and Western New York Flash midfielder Carli Lloyd was suspended for two games by the National Women’s Soccer League for using excessive force in a game against Chicago.

Lloyd was issued a yellow card for pulling down Red Stars midfielder Vanessa DiBernardo from behind by her jersey in the first half of the Flash’s 1-0 loss at Chicago on April 19. As DiBernardo was going down, Lloyd then swung around and struck the Red Stars player in the face.

• Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will contest a Football Association charge of misconduct related to his post-match comments after his team’s loss to Sunderland this month.

Sunderland ended Mourinho’s 77-match unbeaten home league run with a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on April 19. An angry Mourinho made sarcastic comments after the game, describing referee Mike Dean’s performance as “unbelievable” and “fantastic.”



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