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A roundup of the week May 26-June 1
Compiled by BAILEY BREENE GENDRON
June 09, 1986
BASEBALL—Arizona, down 7-0 after 6� innings, rallied to defeat Maine 8-7 in the first round in the College World Series in Omaha. In other action, Loyola-Marymount upset Louisiana State 4-3, Florida State topped Indiana State 5-3 and defending champion Miami advanced with a 6-2 victory over Oklahoma State. Maine and Indiana State then were ousted from the double-elimination tournament after losing 8-4 to Louisiana State and 4-0 to Oklahoma State, respectively.
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June 09, 1986

A Roundup Of The Week May 26-june 1

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BASEBALL—Arizona, down 7-0 after 6� innings, rallied to defeat Maine 8-7 in the first round in the College World Series in Omaha. In other action, Loyola-Marymount upset Louisiana State 4-3, Florida State topped Indiana State 5-3 and defending champion Miami advanced with a 6-2 victory over Oklahoma State. Maine and Indiana State then were ousted from the double-elimination tournament after losing 8-4 to Louisiana State and 4-0 to Oklahoma State, respectively.

PRO BASKETBALL—Boston beat Houston 112-100 and 117-95 before the Rockets bounced back to edge the Celtics 106-104 in Game 3 of their best-of-seven championship series (page 14).

BOXING—KIM JI-WON of South Korea knocked out Rudy Casicas of the Philippines in the second round to retain his IBF junior featherweight championship in Seoul.

GOLF—PAT BRADLEY won the LPGA championship in Kings Island, Ohio, to become the first woman to win all four majors. She shot an 11-under-par 277, one stroke better than runner-up Patty Sheehan, and picked up a $45,000 winner's check.

Greg Norman sank a two-foot putt on the sixth sudden-death hole to defeat Larry Mize and win the Kemper Open and $90,000 in Bethesda, Md. At the end of regulation play, Norman was tied with Mize at 277, 11 under par.

Wake Forest staged a final-round rally to win the NCAA Division I men's team championship in Winston-Salem, N.C., defeating Oklahoma State by four strokes. FLORIDA defended its women's title with an eight-stroke victory over Miami, in Columbus, Ohio, becoming the first team in the history of the event to repeat as champions. SCOTT VERPLANK of Oklahoma State (page 48) and PAGE DUNLAP of Florida won the men's and women's individual titles, respectively.

HORSE RACING—Preakness Stakes winner SNOW CHIEF ($3.20) finished first in the Jersey Derby and won $600,000 at Garden State Park. The 3-year-old colt ran the 1� miles in 2:03 to beat Mogambo by two lengths.

Precisionist ($3), with Chris McCarron in the saddle, beat Super Diamond by half a length to win the Californian and $188,400 at Hollywood Park. Precisionist, a 5-year-old, ran the mile event in 1:33[3/5].

Divulge ($9.60) and Equalize ($7.80), under Jean Cruguet and Walter Guerra, respectively, won the divided Red Smith Handicap at Belmont Park. Divulge ran the 1� miles in 1:59, finishing four lengths ahead of Tri for Size, while Equalize defeated Palace Panther by 1� lengths, covering the same distance in 2:02[1/5].

INDOOR SOCCER—The SAN DIEGO SOCKERS, at one time down three games to one, rallied to win three straight, beating the Minnesota Strikers 5-3 in Game 7 to nail down their fifth consecutive indoor championship, in San Diego (page 60).

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