GOLFBohn's 65 leads Zurich,

Duval 3 shots back

Jason Bohn took advantage of calm morning conditions yesterday in the Zurich Classic in Avondale, La., shooting a 7-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead over Jason Dufner, John Senden, Jeff Overton, Greg Owen and 2006 champion Chris Couch. Five players - former British Open champion David Duval, Charles Howell III, Kevin Sutherland, 2002 winner K.J. Choi and Troy Merritt - opened with 68s. For Choi, who played four rounds with Tiger Woods at the Masters, it was the fifth time this year he opened with a 68.

SOCCERDavies hopes to make

U.S. World Cup squad

U.S. forward Charlie Davies has not given up on making the World Cup and even hopes to play for his Sochaux team in the next few weeks, despite the French club's president saying his European season is over. Davies sustained severe injuries in October in a car accident that included two broken bones in his right leg, a broken and dislocated left elbow, a broken nose, forehead and eye socket, a ruptured bladder and bleeding on the brain. - APCOLLEGE HOOPSStony Brook's Pikiell

gets extended contract

Stony Brook University men's basketball coach Steve Pikiell received a contract extension through the 2014-2015 season. Terms were not announced. In its fifth season under Pikiell, Stony Brook set Division I program records for overall victories (22) and conference wins (13), and won 10 straight games to clinch its first America East Conference regular-season title. Stony Brook also earned its first postseason berth in Division I and hosted Illinois in the NIT. Pikiell was named America East coach of the year.

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