Bridgewater State senior Jayci Andrews of Plymouth, captured her second national title in three months Saturday with a win in the women’s 100-meter hurdles at the NCAA Division 3 Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Geneva, Ohio. Andrews broke her own school record with a time of 13.66 seconds to edge Favor Ezewuzie of Wheaton (Ill.), who ran a 13.85. Andrews, who also earned All-American honors in the 400-meter hurdles (1:00.39, thid place), in March won the 60-meter hurdles title at the NCAA Division 3 Indoor Track & Field Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center . . . Brandeis senior Emily Bryson won the 1,500-meter title in a time of 4:28.44 . . . Wellesley sophomore Grace Cowles (Yarmouth, Maine) earned All-American honors with a sixth place finish (10:59.42) in the 3,000-meter steeplechase final . . . MIT sophomore Yorai Shaoul won the the men’s triple jump (50 feet, 7½ inches) to help the Engineers to a second-place finish in the standings. Their 38 points trailed only winner Wisconsin-Eau Claire (68).
Yale men in Division 1 lacrosse final
Matt Brandau scored seven goals to lead fifth seed Yale (15-3) to a 21-17 upset of top seed Penn State (16-2) in the NCAA Division 1 men’s lacrosse semifinals at Philadelphia. The Bulldogs, who dealt the Nittany Lions their only other loss of the season with a 14-13 win at New Haven in February, will face Virginia in Monday’s title game. The third seed Cavaliers (16-3) advanced when Matt Moore scored 51 seconds into the second overtime to eliminate second seed Duke (13-5), 13-12 . . . Emma McDonagh scored five goals to help third-ranked Middlebury (21-1) to a 16-8 win over Wesleyan (17-4) in the NCAA Division 3 women’s lacrosse semifinals in Ashland, Va. On Sunday, the Panthers, in their third national title game in four years, will face Salisbury (20-3), a 14-11 winner over fourth-ranked Tufts (19-3) . . . Michael Busch had a two-run homer to pace North Carolina (41-17) to a 13-5 win over Boston College (31-27) and a spot in Sunday’s Atlantic Coast Conference baseball championship game in Durham, N.C., against Georgia Tech, a 9-2 winner over North Carolina State.
Zverev takes title in Geneva
Top seed and fifth-ranked Alexander Zverev saved two match points after waiting out two long rain delays to win his first title this season, beating Nicolas Jarry , 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (10-8) in the Geneva Open final in Switzerland. It was the German's 11th career title and first since November at the season-ending ATP Finals in London . . . French veteran Benoit Paire denied fourth-seeded Canadian teenager Felix Auger-Aliassime his first ATP title with a 6-4, 6-3 victory in the Lyon (France) Open final. Paire, whose only other career title came four years ago at the Swedish Open, improved to 12-3 on clay this season entering the French Open, which begins Sunday . . . Sixth seed Dayana Yastremska beat fourth seed Caroline Garcia, 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (7-3) to win the Strasbourg (France) International in the longest final of the WTA season. The 19-year-old Ukrainian wasted two match points in the second set and saved one in the third before closing out the match for her third title in eight months . . . Top seeded Yulia Putintseva defeated Tamara Zidansek , 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 to win the Nuremberg (Germany) Cup for her first WTA singles title.
Edouard rallies Celtic in Scottish Cup
Odsonne Edouard tied it on a penalty kick in the 62nd minute and scored the winner in the 82nd as Celtic wrapped up a domestic treble for an unprecedented third straight season with a 2-1 win over Hearts in the Scottish Cup final at Glasgow. Manager Neil Lennon also guided Celtic to an eighth straight premiership title and a third straight League Cup . . . Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo Moreno scored in the first half to lead Valencia to a 2-1 win over Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final at Seville, Spain, denying Lionel Messi, who scored in the 73rd minute, and his team a fifth straight domestic cup title . . . Robert Lewandowski scored twice to lead Bayern Munich to a 3-0 win over Leipzig at Berlin, for its 19th German Cup title . . . The Brazilian Football Confederation says star six-time FIFA women’s world player of the year Marta injured her left thigh in practice Friday and is undergoing physical therapy. Brazil is preparing for the Women’s World Cup, which starts June 7 in France.
Canada, Finland set for world hockey final
Mark Stone scored his tournament-leading eighth goal, Matt Murray made 39 saves, and Canada beat the Czech Republic, 5-1, to advance to face Finland in Sunday’s men’s world hockey championships gold-medal game at Bratislava, Slovakia. Darnell Nurse, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Kyle Turris, and Thomas Chabot also scored for Canada. Canada has won eight straight since opening with a 3-1 loss to Finland. In the first semifinal, Marko Anttila scored midway through the third period in Finland's 1-0 upset victory over Russia . . . The San Francisco Giants called up Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of Hall of Famer and ex-Red Sox left fielder Carl Yastrzemski, from Triple A Sacramento and started him in left field in his major league debut against the Diamondbacks. He went 0 for 3 with two strikeouts and a run scored . . . Alyssa Thomas scored 23 points, Jonquel Jones had 10 points and 14 rebounds, and the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics, 84-69, in their WNBA season opener at Mohegan Sun Arena.