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College Baseball: Wittels hit streak at 48 in a row; Argo breaks Illini steals record

Info Courtesy of Florida International University and University of Illinois

The Florida International Panthers couldn’t overcome a seven-run seventh inning, as FIU fell to the Florida Atlantic Owls, 14-10.

With the win, FAU clinched the Sun Belt Conference regular season title and the number 1 overall seed in the conference tournament while FIU will go to Murfreesboro, Tennessee as the number 4 seed.

Garrett Wittels (FIU)

The Panthers took a 2-0 lead in the third inning when Garrett Wittels extended his NCAA leading hit streak to 48 games on the season with an RBI double, putting him in sole possession of 2nd place all-time in Division I baseball history. He is now 10 games shy of Robin Ventura’s mark of 58 set in 1987 while at Oklahoma State.

Illinois' Willie Argo ( of Ill)

Illinois drew even with Indiana by scoring a pair of runs in the third inning but the Hoosiers scored 14 runs in their final six times at the plate to pull away in a rout, 16-6 over the Illini Saturday afternoon at Sembower Field. Center fielder Willie Argo broke the Illinois Fighting Illini school record for stolen bases in a season with his swipe of 2nd base in the fifth inning giving him 41.

Boston Celtics cruise by Orlando Magic; 1 game from NBA Finals

compiled from staff, wire and NBA reports

The Boston Celtics are one win from reaching the coveted NBA Finals for the second time in three years. And the defending Eastern Conference champion Orlando Magic look anything like a title contender.

Glen Davis (nba)

Backup Glen Davis, known as “Big Baby,” scored 17 points and Rajon Rondo added 11 points and 12 assists on Saturday night to lead the Celtics to a 94-71 win over the Orlando Magic in Boston in the best-of-seven East finals. No NBA team has lost a playoff series after winning the first three games.

Game 4 is Monday night in Orlando, Florida.

16 year old Jordan Spieth is in the hunt at Byron Nelson Championship

compiled from staff, wire and PGA news

Jordan Spieth is a kid but he is playing with the big boys on the PGA Tour and he is playing like he’s a seasoned veteran. Not like a high school student, which is what he is.

Jordan Spieth (usga)

He has continued to defy all the expectations of everyone, but himself, by shooting a 3-under-67 Saturday to move solidly into contention going into the final round of the Byron Nelson Championship in the Dallas suburb of Irving, Texas.

Spieth’s best round of the tourney left him tied for seventh, six shots behind leader Jason Day. The tournament is shaping up to be a good one despite not having golf’s big name players in the field.

Day shot a 3-under-par 67 Saturday to pull into the lead by himself. He was part of a seven-way tie after the first round, then was a stroke behind after the second round.

Kurt Busch wins the All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

compiled from staff, wire and NASCAR news

Kurt Busch is the winner of the 2010 NASCAR All-Star race. Busch had no trouble closing out the victory after several late restarts. He edged out Martin Truex, Jr., who won the preliminary Sprint Showdown to transfer into the main event, by 0.358 seconds.

Joey Logano finished third.

Kurt Busch (nascar)

Four-time defending series champion Jimmie Johnson dominated the race, leading 56 of the 100 laps, but was knocked fro the lead by the funny and quirky format. He was leading heading into the 10-minute break that precedes the last segment, which calls for teams to make one lap and return to pit road for a four-tire pit stop.

Johnson came out of the pits third behind Denny Hamlin and Busch and never led again in the race.

Long day, delays, mistakes don’t stop Kyle Busch; wins Trucks race

compiled from staff, wire and NASCAR news

25-year-old Kyle Busch has overcome several obstacles this season in the NASCAR trucks division, lack of funding, mistakes by and his pit crew and long days at the track.

Well, he overcame all of those obstacles and then some to hold off  Todd Bodine at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Trucks series race that didn’t finish until the wee hours of Saturday morning because of a lengthy rain delay on Friday.

The garages opened at 7:30 a.m. and practice was at 9. Qualifying began at 3:30 p.m., but the 200-mile race didn’t begin until 11 p.m., three hours late and more than four hours after NASCAR officials canceled qualifying for Saturday’s Sprint Cup All-Star race because of persistent rain.

Kyle Busch (nascar)

Busch recovered from hitting the wall early in the race and had the lead over Ron Hornaday, Jr., on a restart with three laps to go. Bodine moved up to second place but couldn’t catch Busch, who won for the second time despite not having a primary sponsor for his number 18 Toyota truck which he owns. It was his 70th win in the truck series.

Hornaday finished third, followed by James Buscher and Elliott Sadler.

Todd Bodine moved past Aric Almirola, who finished seventh in the race, to take a 2-point advantage in the Truck series standings.

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