BASEBALL—Arizona defeated Hawaii 5-3 in the final game to win the 34th College World Series in Omaha.
BOXING—JAMES WATT successfully defended his WBC lightweight title with a unanimous 15-round decision over Howard Davis in Glasgow (page 54).
GOLF—SALLY LITTLE shot a three-under-par 285 to win the $150,000 LPGA Championship by three strokes over Jane Blalock, in Kings Island, Ohio.
Larry Nelson shot an 18-under-par 270 to win the $300,000 Atlanta Golf Classic by seven strokes over Andy Bean and Don Pooley.
HARNESS RACING—NIATROSS ($2.20), Clint Galbraith driving, won the $100,000 Battle of the Brandywine for 3-year-olds in 1:57[1/5] at Brandywine Raceway. It was the undefeated colt's 16th straight win.
HORSE RACING—TEMPERENCE HILL ($108.80), Eddie Maple up, beat Genuine Risk by two lengths to win the Belmont Stakes. The 3-year-old colt covered the 1� miles in 2:29[4/5] (page 20).
Spectacular Bid ($2.10), Bill Shoemaker up, beat Paint King by 4� lengths to win the $319,450 Californian stakes at Hollywood Park. The 4-year-old colt covered the 1? miles in a track record 1:45[4/5] to become the leading money winner ever in thoroughbred racing. He has now earned $2,394,268.
SOCCER—NASL: League Commissioner Phil Woosnam laid down the law to two players involved in the June 1 nationally televised game between New York and Washington. In the Cosmos' 2-1 shootout victory, two Diplomat goals were disallowed on controversial calls and two Washington players were ejected for rough play or improper conduct toward officials. The Dips' subsequent protest proved fruitless as Midfielder Joe Horvath was suspended for two games, and the score was allowed to stand. Woosnam also fined Cosmos Defender Wim Rijsbergen an undisclosed amount and ordered him to send a letter of apology to a New York sportswriter, whom he shoved following a game in April. The Dips (4-8) then defeated Philadelphia 2-1 after Alan Green tied the game with only :37 left in regulation play and later lost to ASC Central leader Chicago (11-3) 5-2. Arno Steffenhagen scored three goals for the Sting, who had been upset 2-1 by Memphis. The Rogues won that game even though they were forced to play a man short after Player-Coach Charlie Cooke was ejected in the 25th minute. Seattle's stingy goalie, Jack Brand, got his ninth shutout of the season as the Sounders, now 13-1 and atop the NSC West, beat Edmonton 2-0, then topped San Diego 3-2 for their 11th straight win, just two short of the league record. The Drillers (6-6) bounced back to beat Los Angeles 5-1 on two goals apiece by Midfielder Klaus Heinlein and Forward Henk Tencate. NASL defending champion Vancouver is suffering. After losing a 1-0 shootout to San Diego at home and 2-0 to San Jose, last in the ASC West, the Whitecaps were 5-8 on the year and 2-4 at home. Conversely, Tulsa (8-4) and Fort Lauderdale (9-6) are enjoying surprising success, leading the NSC Central and ASC Eastern divisions, respectively. The Roughnecks beat the Strikers 2-1 as rookie Goalie Paul Turin made his debut and was named the star of the game. ASC West leader California (8-7) got its third straight win, beating Minnesota 1-0 with Laurie Abrahams getting the game winner at 77:10. Cosmos Forward Giorgio Chinaglia scored his 500th career goal against the Dips, then added another in a 2-1 win over New England and a hat trick as New York (10-2) beat Atlanta 6-0. The Cosmos, leader of the NSC East, now have scored in a league-record 51 consecutive games.
ASL: American Conference leader Sacramento's Goalie Tom Reynolds was stung for two goals by Cleveland's Andy Chapman and Sacramento lost 3-2. Still, Reynolds could hardly have felt as bad as Miami Goalkeeper Brian Parkinson, who allowed Pennsylvania to score three goals in the last nine minutes to tie the Americans 4-4. California and Golden Gate, locked in a battle for second place behind the Gold, met twice. In the completion of a suspended game, Golden Gates' Emilio Romero scored a goal in overtime to tie the game 3-3. And in the regularly scheduled game, Goalie John Lythgoe shut out the Sunshine 2-0.
TENNIS—BJORN BORG beat Vitas Gerulaitis 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 to win his fifth French Open men's title. CHRIS EVERT LLOYD beat Virginia Ruzici 6-0, 6-3 to take the women's title for the fourth time (page 24).