Monday, May 5, 2003
College sports notebook
The Enquirer and wire reports
For the second time in three years and the third time overall, the Xavier men's golf team has won the Atlantic 10 Championship.
The Musketeers shot a 4-over 288 during Sunday's final round to erase an eight-stroke deficit and win the tournament by seven shots over second place Saint Joseph's. XU shot a three-round 895 total on the NCR Country Club Course in Kettering, Ohio. Freshman Andy Pope led the Musketeers and finished the runner-up for medalist honors, falling one stroke off the lead with a three-round total of 216.
MIAMI 2ND IN MAC: Miami junior Mark Weghorst won medalist honors at the Mid-American Conference Championships at Rich Harvest Farms Golf Course in Sugar Grove, Ill. MU's Eric Phipps finished second, and the RedHawks finished second to Kent State for the team title.
CANES EXPLORE MOVE: Miami is exploring the possibility of moving from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference, athletic director Paul Dee confirmed.
If the ACC lured Miami, the conference likely would expand from nine to 12 schools and host a conference football championship, much like the Big 12 and the Southeastern conferences.
Boston College and Syracuse are reportedly the leading candidates to join Miami.
FLYING PIG MARATHON
Complete results | Photo gallery
Locals hog marathon wins
All runners endure for good causes
Aerni, Veneziano marathon champs
Couple tie knot after race
Veneziano first beats traffic, then the field
Not every winner is new
Middletown sports annual all for charity
Reds come home on a downer
Reds notebook: Lopez to stay in leadoff spot
Cards come to town atop NL Central
Reds vs. Cardinals series preview
NL: Gonzalez comes through for Cubs again
AL: Zito beats Clemens in Cy Young battle
No such thing as tough luck when Clemens loses
Notes from Sunday's games
Buffalo 7, Louisville 2
BENGALS / NFL
Simmons' assignment: Improve special teams
New QB to get some rest
Colts pleased with new TE
Cowboys wrap up first minicamp for Parcells
Prep baseball, softball polls and leaders
Derby winner's trainer is just a 'modest guy'
Trainer hopes to run Funny Cide into his twilight years
Empire Maker likely will skip Preakness
Frankel will win Triple Crown race soon
College sports notebook
Forrest Gump to Mike Price: Stupid is as stupid does
Eustachy hearing may take weeks
Flesch gets first career win
Flyers need Cechmanek's best vs. Ottawa
Mavericks, Pistons live to play again
Hornets fire Silas after 47-35 season
As Billups goes, so go the Pistons
Nemechek gambles, blunders, and wins
Jim Rome comes to Cincinnati
Rome TV show on ESPN is on tap
Now you too can be a sports agent
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