INTERNATIONAL

Asian Games -- China's Zhao Youfeng won the women's marathon (2:35:19) and South Korea's Kim Won Tak the men's marathon (2:15:56) in Beijing. Japan won three golds in yachting and two in judo. South Korea added wins in weightlifting, yachting and judo. Pakistan won its first gold of the Games, in yachting. China's 15-gold haul for the day included five in shooting, two each in badminton and yachting, and one each in judo, cycling, marathon, water polo, table tennis and the Chinese martial art of wushu. With six days left, China has 126 gold medals, Japan 29, South Korea 28.

HOCKEY

Minnesota North Stars -- Acquired D Peter Taglianetti from Winnipeg Jets in exchange for future considerations.

RUNNING

Brussels Marathon -- Csaba Szucs of Hungary won the men's competition in 2:17:36, Valentina Lounegova of the Soviet Union the women's in 2:40:00.

GOLF

USGA Women's Mid-Amateur -- Carol Davies-Lillie of Argyle CC and Sheila Dagucon of Montgomery CC survived two days of qualifying and advanced into match play starting today at Allegheny Country Club in Pittsburgh.

COLLEGES Big East -- At Avenel, Villanova (626) won the golf championship by three strokes over defending champion St. John's. Georgetown was fifth with 639. Pete Keller of Boston College was low individual, 148. Clint Buytenhuys was low for Georgetown, 158.

SOCCER

U.S. National Team -- Peter Vermes scored twice in a 2-0 win over a Major Soccer League select squad in St. Louis. The teams tied, 1-1, in Kansas City Friday.