COLLEGE BASEBALL—ARIZONA, on the strength of two-run homers by Mike Senne and Gar Millay, drubbed Florida State 10-2 to win the College World Series in Omaha for the third time. Gary Alexander pitched a complete game to get the win for the Wildcats.
BOXING—HECTOR CAMACHO retained his WBC lightweight title and remained undefeated with a split decision over Edwin Rosario at Madison Square Garden (page 24). In an earlier bout on the same card, JULIO CESAR CHAVEZ retained his WBC super featherweight title when his fight with Refugio Rojas was stopped at 2:33 of the seventh round.
GOLF—RAYMOND FLOYD, 43, shot a 66 in the final round for a one-under-par 279 total to become the oldest man to win the U.S. Open, at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y. (page 18).
Juliinkster dropped a two-foot par putt on the first hole of a three-way playoff to defeat Debbie Massey and Cindy Hill and win an LPGA event in Hershey, Pa. Inkster won her second straight tournament, earning $37,500.
HORSE RACING—BROAD BRUSH ($4.20), with Gary Stevens in the saddle, won by a neck in the Ohio Derby at Thistledown after a stirring stretch battle to the wire against Bolshoi Boy. The 3-year-old colt, who finished third in both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, completed the 1? miles in 1:51[1/5] to collect the $150,000 winner's purse for owner Robert E. Meyerhoff.
Life at the top ($3.60), ridden by Jose Santos, led from wire to wire to cover the 1? miles in 1:49[3/5] and win the Mother Goose Stakes by half a length over Dynamic Star at Belmont Park. The victory in the second leg of New York's triple crown for 3-year-old fillies was worth $105,300.
Uptown swell ($13.20), Eddie Maple riding, defeated Palace Panther by a head in the Bowling Green Handicap at Belmont Park. The winner ran the 1?-mile turf course in 2:14[4/5] to earn $147,690.
MOTOR SPORTS—BILL ELLIOTT powered his Thunderbird into the lead with five laps remaining to defeat Harry Gant in a Chevrolet by two lengths in a NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. Elliott, who earned $56,900 for his first NASCAR victory this year, averaged 138.555 mph over the 200-lap, 400-mile event.
Father's Day was celebrated in dramatic fashion at the Portland (Ore.) 200 Indy Car race as MARIO ANDRETTI passed son Michael, who had run out of fuel on the last lap, to win by .07 second, the thinnest margin of victory in the history of Indy Car racing. Dad averaged 107.759 mph over the 104-lap, 200-mile race to earn the winner's check of $75,660, while his son picked up $59,780.
ROWING—WISCONSIN won both the men's and women's varsity eights national collegiate championships at the Cincinnati Regatta in Bantam, Ohio (page 56).