Soriano Refuses to Play Left Field|
Soriano, who has never played a game in the outfield during his seven-year major league career, was listed as the starting leftfielder and first in the batting order.
Harrington No Longer in Detroit's Plans|
Harrington has thrown for 10,242 yards on 986 completions with 60 touchdowns and 62 interceptions in 58 games -- 55 starts -- for Detroit
Kahne Wins Rain-Delayed Golden Corral 500|
"The Charger was great," said a satisfied Kasey Kahne. "The guys have done an awesome job so far this season."
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue Calling it Quits|
Decision to retire ends a successful 16-year reign as the leader of, arguably, the most successful and most popular sport in the United States.
Mauresmo Reaches No. 1 Again|
For the second time in her career, French star Amelie Mauresmo is the top-ranked women's tennis player in the world.
Ray Stars as Villanova Sinks Arizona|
Allan Ray scored 25 points and Randy Foye added 24 points to lead the Villanova over Arizona, in a battle of Wildcats.
Texas Downs N.C. State to Advance to Sweet 16|
A.J. Abrams came off the bench to add 16 points for the second-seeded Longhorns, who now move on to the Sweet 16 for the third time in four years.
Georgetown Topples Ohio State, Advances to Sweet 16|
Ashanti Cook contributed 17 points and Darrel Owens tallied 14 for the seventh-seeded Hoyas, who advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2001.
Heat Stay Hot, Down Knicks at Garden|
Jason Williams added 21 points, nine assists and six rebounds for the Heat, who have won five in a row.
George Mason Dethrones North Carolina|
Tony Skinn drained 3-of-4 free throws in the final 13 seconds, and George Mason stunned defending national champion North Carolina, 65-60.