PNW wins third straight Lalaeff title: Ryan Wells (Lake Central) placed second with a two-day total of 151 Friday and led Purdue Northwest to its third straight Mike Lalaeff Memorial Invitational title.
The Pride carded a 611 at White Hawk Country Club in Crown Point. Teammate Jacob Plummer tied for third with a 152.
PNW's Chandler cards ace at Lalaeff: Candace Chandler recorded a hole-in-one, a program first, as Purdue Northwest placed third at the Mike Lalaeff Memorial Invitational.
Chandler shaved 20 strokes off her opening-round score, carding a 91.
Teammates Meaghan Spalla (Boone Grove) and Lauren Bailey (LaCrosse) tied for eighth with matching 176s.
PNW falls to Michigan Tech: Halle Stork made six saves in the second half, but Purdue Northwest lost 3-0 to Michigan Tech in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.
Kelley Sharp made two saves in the first half.
College cross country
VU competes at Bradley Pink Classic: Valparaiso's men's and women's cross country teams placed 15th and 38th, respectively, at the Bradley Pink Classic.
Alexander Bruno was VU's top men's finisher in 27th (25 minutes, 9.8 seconds).
Katherine Germann was VU's top women's finisher in 137th (22:32.7).
VU falls to Illinois State: Brittany Anderson (Bishop Noll) had 40 assists and 13 digs, but Valparaiso lost 25-15, 21-25, 25-22, 25-21 to Illinois State in Missouri Valley Conference play.
Teammate Katherine Carlson had 15 kills and 13 digs. Allison Ketcham had 13 kills and 13 digs. Rylee Cookerly had 16 digs.
Peck leaves Vanderbilt staff, returning to broadcasting: Carolyn Peck is leaving the Vanderbilt women's basketball staff to return to broadcasting.:
Vanderbilt coach Stephanie White announced Friday that Peck is stepping down to resume her broadcasting career at ESPN.
Peck said in a statement that "the decision to go back to ESPN is not an easy one, but it's the right one."
Peck, who played for Vanderbilt from 1984-88, had spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach on White's staff. Peck previously was head coach at Purdue (1997-99) and Florida (2002-07) as well as with the WNBA's Orlando Miracle. She also spent nine years as an ESPN college basketball analyst.
Peck coached White at Purdue, where they helped the Boilermakers win the 1999 national title.
Woodland's 61 leaves him tied for CIMB lead with Leishman: Gary Woodland shot an 11-under 61 to tie the course record Friday and join Marc Leishman in a share of the second-round lead at the PGA Tour's CIMB Classic.
Woodland and Leishman (62) were at 14-under 130 on the revamped TPC Kuala Lumpur West course.
Woodland's bogey-free nines of 30-31 matched the 61 that Justin Thomas shot while winning the 2015 tournament, his first of two titles in a row in Kuala Lumpur.
Shubhankar Sharma (64) and Paul Casey (65) were tied for third, one stroke behind. Both golfers had stretches of four birdies and an eagle in five holes.
First-round leader Bronson Burgoon shot 69 and was two strokes behind, tied with fellow Americans Scott Piercy (67) and Austin Cook (68).
Thomas shot 69 and was five strokes behind. Defending champion Pat Perez closed with a birdie to shoot 69 and was nine strokes off the lead. Ernie Els shot 72 and was 10 strokes behind.
"It's nice to stay aggressive out there," Woodland said. "This golf course suits up pretty good for me, I've had success here in the past. It's nice to be back and playing well."
Langer birdies 9 of last 10 for share of Champions lead: Bernhard Langer birdied nine of the last 10 holes Friday at rain-softened Prestonwood for a 10-under 62 and share of lead in the PGA Tour Champions' SAS Championship.
Tom Lehman and Gene Sauers matched the 61-year-old Langer on the course that was dry enough to play after heavy rain from Hurricane Michael hit the area Thursday.
"Course was in phenomenal shape considering the rain we had yesterday," Langer said. "I had some pictures from 13 and 14 fairway, the creek down there. I didn't think we were going to play on time today. It was obviously mud balls, that's why we played preferred lies on the fairways, but the greens were great and the whole course presented itself pretty special."
Langer birdied Nos. 9-13, parred the 14th, and birdied the final four.
"It was pretty amazing to go 9 under on the last 10 holes," Langer said "I don't think I've ever done that."