COLLEGES Virginia -- Top-ranked women's soccer team (17-1) rebounded from Saturday's loss to North Carolina with a 2-0 victory over Dayton in Charlottesville. Forward Andrea Rubio and defender Liz Gold scored goals. The fifth-ranked men's team (8-4-4) was upset by Duke, 2-0. Maryland -- Men's soccer team (9-6-1, 3-3 ACC) lost to second-ranked Clemson, 3-1, as Steve Wolf scored 41 seconds into the match and Jon Payne added two first-half goals in Clemson, S.C. The Tigers are 15-2, 4-1.Ohio State -- Football coach John Cooper will need about two weeks to recover from surgery to repair a ruptured disc in his spine. His doctor is unsure when he could return to the sidelines. A two-week delay would mean Cooper's absence for consecutive Big Ten home games against Minnesota and Northwestern. Offensive coordinator Jim Colletto will assume head coaching duties until Cooper returns. Temple -- Defensive line coach Earle Mosley was listed in good condition after he collapsed on the sidelines during the Owls' 31-28 win over Virginia Tech Saturday. He apparently choked on some phlegm as he watched Temple mount its winning 44-yard touchdown drive with 4:37 left. The game was delayed for about 10 minutes while medical officials worked on him.
GOLF Virginia Intercollegiates -- Fred Widicus shot a 68 and Virginia claimed its fifth consecutive team title in Hot Springs. The individual crown went to Radford's Greg Sayers, who defeated Widicus and Old Dominion's Matt Cannon in a playoff.
AUTO RACING American Racing Series -- Ted Prappas earned his first victory of the season, taking the Laguna Seca Raceway round in Monterey, Calif., and clinching second place in the season standings.
WRESTING Greco-Roman World Championships -- Buddy Lee of Woodbridge settled for fourth place in the 136-pound class after losing a 3-0 decision to Poland's Wolny Ryzsard in Rome. The Soviets won the team title. The United States was eighth.