COLLEGE BASEBALL—WICHITA STATE defeated Texas 5-3 to win the College World Series, in Omaha (page 71).
PRO BASKETBALL—Detroit took a three-games-to-none lead over Los Angeles in the best-of-seven NBA Finals (page 22).
BOXING—SUGAR RAY LEONARD and Thomas Hearns drew, as Leonard retained his WBC super middleweight title, in Las Vegas (page 18).
CYCLING—LAURENT FIGNON of France defeated Flavio Giupponi of Italy by 1:15 to win the Tour of Italy. Fignon covered the 2,277-mile, 22-stage journey, which ended in Florence, in 93 hours, 30 minutes and 16 seconds.
COLLEGE GOLF—PHIL MICKELSON of Arizona State won the NCAA men's title with a one-over-par 281, four strokes better than the six players who tied for second, in Edmond, Okla. OKLAHOMA won the team championship with a 19-over-par score of 1,139 to beat Texas by 19 strokes.
GOLF—WAYNE GRADY birdied the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to defeat Ronnie Black in the Westchester Classic, in Harrison, N.Y. Grady and Black were tied at seven-under-par 277 at the end of regulation play. The winner collected $180,000.
Robin Hood beat Kathy Postlewait and Patti Rizzo by five "points" under an unusual scoring system to win the Pat Bradley International and $62,500, in High Point, N.C.
Orville Moody shot a 17-under-par 271 to win the Senior Tournament Players Championship by two strokes over Charles Coody, in Ponte Vedra, Fla. Moody's victory was worth $105,000.
HORSE RACING—EASY GOER ($5.20), Pat Day up, won the 121st Belmont Stakes by eight lengths over Sunday Silence, at Belmont Park. The 3-year-old colt covered the 1� miles in 2:26 flat and earned $413,520 (page 44).
Also at Belmont, OPEN MIND ($2.60), ridden by Angel Cordero Jr., won the Mother Goose Stakes, the second jewel in the Triple Crown for fillies, by a head over Gorgeous. The 3-year-old ran the 1? miles in 1:47[2/5] and earned $136,320.