LACROSSE—NORTH CAROLINA won the NCAA Division I championship with a 14-13 triumph over Johns Hopkins in Princeton, N.J. (page 26).
Hobart defeated Cortland State 10-8 to win its second Division III title in a row.
MOTOR SPORTS—GILLES VILLENEUVE drove his Ferrari to victory in the 39th Grand Prix of Monaco, averaging 81.99 mph on the 2.07-mile course and finishing 39.9 seconds ahead of Alan Jones, who drove a Williams.
POWERBOATING—BETTY COOK, averaging 84.7 mph in a 38-foot Scarab, won the $35,000 Sutphen International in the Gulf of Mexico off Fort Myers, Fla. She beat Paul Clauser, also in a Scarab, by seven minutes over the 206 miles.
ROAD RACING—GRETE WAITZ beat a field of more than 5,000 women, the largest group of female runners ever assembled, to win her third consecutive L'eggs Mini Marathon 10-km. run in New York City, in 32:43.
SOCCER—NASL: Gordon Sweetzer, a 24-year-old native of Toronto in his second season as a striker for his hometown Blizzard, last week returned impressively from a thigh injury. With Toronto trailing 1-0 at halftime against red-hot Chicago, Sweetzer entered the game to score his first two goals of 1981 and hand the Sting its first loss, by a 3-1 score, in seven games. The Blizzard then lost 2-1 to Southern Division-leading Fort Lauderdale, as the Strikers' Robert Meschbach handed out assists to Gerd Mueller and Keith Weller. Chicago, which leads the Central Division, got back on track with a 2-0 victory over Montreal on Sunday, Karl-Heinz Granitza striking first. The Cosmos, leaders in the East, had lost two in a row before they got a big performance from Roberto Cabanas of Paraguay, also a second-year man, who scored four goals to beat Dallas 5-1. The Tornado's next loss—it has won only two times in 13 outings this year—was a 3-1 defeat at Atlanta as Paul Child and Brian Kidd combined for all three Chief goals. Though the Cosmos finished the week with a 2-1 defeat at Tampa Bay, Washington couldn't get closer than 20 points to first place. The Dips won 2-1 in a shootout at Tulsa, but lost the return match in D.C. 3-2 in overtime. San Diego retained the top spot in the Western Division with a 2-0 win over Fort Lauderdale, Volkmar Gross getting the shutout, and a 2-1 victory at Edmonton; and in the Northwest Division, Vancouver took over the No. 1 spot, beating Portland and Los Angeles by 2-0 scores. Seattle slipped to second with a 3-2 shootout loss at Minnesota. The Sounders won a return match by the same score, Seattle's Steve Daley getting two goals.
ASL: Detroit had the league's best week, beating Cleveland 2-1, Forward Andy Chapman getting one goal, and 3-0 as Chapman scored two more.
SOFTBALL—UTAH STATE won its second consecutive AIAW fast-pitch World Series with a 4-3 victory over Cal State-Fullerton in Norman, Okla.
TENNIS—BRIAN LUSSON of Southwest Texas State defeated his teammate Bart Bernstein 6-1, 6-1 to win the singles crown, and with Bernstein won the doubles title to lead Southwest Texas to the NAIA men's championship in Kansas City, Mo. GUILFORD ( N.C.) COLLEGE and GRAND CANYON COLLEGE of Phoenix tied for the women's championship.
TRACK & FIELD—PAM SPENCER of Great Falls, Mont, high-jumped 6'5�" Wichita, Kans. to beat Louise Ritter's year-old U.S. women's record of 6'4�".