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Arkansas to open NCAA tournament with rematch

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas' baseball season has come full circle.

The Razorbacks will open the NCAA tournament Friday against Washington State, the same team Arkansas played in its first series of the season back in February. The Hogs swept three games against the Cougars by a combined five runs. Arkansas is seeded second in its four-team, double-elimination regional, which is hosted by Oklahoma. The Razorbacks also played Oklahoma during the regular season, beating the Sooners 8 to 7 in ten innings April 28th. Arkansas tied that game with two runs in the bottom of the ninth, then won it on a bases-loaded walk.

Daly to return to PGA Tour in Memphis

(AP) - John Daly's suspension on the PGA Tour is over, and the 2-time major champion plans to return in three weeks for the St. Jude Championship and U.S. Open qualifying. Daly was suspended for six months in November after a series of off-course incidents that brought negative publicity, the most recent a photo of him in an orange jail suit with his eyes half-closed after being locked up overnight in North Carolina to get sober.

He has played eight times overseas during his suspension, including a month in Europe, where he tied for second in the Italian Open.

Arkansas to play in NCAA golf championship

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Arkansas' men's golf team will compete at the NCAA championship beginning today at Inverness Club in Ohio. The Razorbacks are appearing at the NCAA championship for the first time since 2005, when they finished 26th.

Arkansas finished second in its last five tournaments this season, including the Southeastern Conference championship.

Hall's RBI single in 10th gives Brewers 1-0 win over Cardinals

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Bill Hall's two-out, game-winning hit in the 10th inning gave the Milwaukee Brewers a 1-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. Hall snapped a 1 for 28 slump with his RBI single and lifted Milwaukee to its 11th win in the last 12 over the Cardinals.

Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter took a perfect game into the seventh inning, and the Brewers' Yovani Gallardo carried a no-hitter into the sixth before each finished allowing just two hits over eight innings.

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