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Iowa wins wrestling crown for third year

Iowa won its third straight NCAA wrestling championship at Cedar Falls, Iowa. It had five individual champions and scored 170 points Saturday, breaking the record of 158.

Oklahoma State finished with 113{ points, followed by Minnesota (71), Iowa State (70) and Lock Haven (54).

FOOTBALL: Vanderbilt's Patrick Kyle Gullahorn, distressed over an argument with his girlfriend, died when he pounded on a dormitory window and accidentally fell. Police said the glass broke after the third time the 6-foot-5-inch, 274-pound offensive lineman hit it. In the NFL, Detroit signed free-agent linebacker Rick Hamilton of Citrus High School.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL: Florida State (25-12) swept an ACC doubleheader from Georgia Tech 5-1 and 8-5. Kristy Fuentes (16-5) pitched a complete game in the opener. Dana Bailey's two-run single in the first sparked a three-run inning in the nightcap. Barry swept Saint Leo (12-16) 8-0 and 7-1. Late Saturday, Florida (23-20) defeated Oklahoma State 2-1.

COLLEGE GOLF: Florida State's men finished fifth in the Alabama Spring Invitational at Montgomery with 860. Nathan Bertsch led the Seminoles at 215, tied for 20th. Mississippi State won the team title and MSU's Michael Connell won the individual crown at 208. Florida State's women were eighth and Florida 10th in the Gamecock Classic at Columbia, S.C. Tennessee (890) took the team title.

COLLEGE TENNIS: Alicia Kerstyn won at No. 1 singles to lead South Florida's women over Illinois 8-1 at Tampa. Shelly Sewell, Jacqueline Bunting, Lisa Woodbridge and Marie-Eve Girard also won singles matches for the Bulls. Florida State's women defeated North Carolina State 6-3 at Raleigh. Ann Olson, Kia Asberg, Ali Weber and Sasha Hanna won singles matches and Asberg and Hanna teamed for a win in doubles. Late Saturday, the Seminoles lost to Wake Forest 6-2. The South Florida men defeated Florida State 4-3 at Tallahassee. Andres Asturias, Brian Lit and Souheil Zekri won singles matches for the Bulls. Ty Braswell, Michael Ingham and Jay Travis won for FSU.

COLLEGE TRACK: South Florida junior Llewelyn Bredwood won the 100-meter dash in 10.33 seconds late Saturday at the Golden Panther Invitational in Miami. He was also second in the 200 (21.11). Mike Anderson was second in the 3,000 steeplechase (54.42). Tasha Talley won the women's discus with a throw of 111 feet, 1 inch and was second in the shot put (35-10}). Jeremy Arndt and Kevin Harkema were ninth and 10th, respectively, in the 10,000 meter final at the Florida State Relays in Tallahassee.

COLLEGE GYMNASTICS: Georgia's women won the SEC title late Saturday at Athens, Ga., at 198.375 points, the second-highest total in collegiate history. Florida was second at 196.05. Georgia's Kim Arnold won the individual all-around title and Florida's Chrissy Van Fleet was fourth.

COLLEGE FENCING: Penn State won its third straight NCAA title with 1,530 points. Notre Dame was second followed by St. John's and Stanford.

BOXING: Michael Carbajal regained the IBA light flyweight title Saturday night, knocking out Scotty Olson in the 10th round in Corpus Christi, Texas. The three-time champion knocked down the Canadian with a left hook to the body at 1:05 of the 10th.

_ Compiled from Times wires.