Dicky Pride Wins Web.Com Tour's Portland Open

NORTH PLAINS, Ore. (AP) - Dicky Pride won the Web.com Tour's Portland Open on Sunday and earned a PGA Tour card with a fifth-place finish on the regular-season money list.

The 46-year-old Pride, 40th on the money list entering the week, earned $144,000 to push his season total to $253,057. He closed with a 4-under 67 for a three-stroke victory over Tim Herron.

The top 25 on the money list earned 2015-16 PGA Tour cards. The four-event Web.com Tour Finals - also offering 25 PGA Tour cards - starts Sept. 10-13 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Pride won his first title since the 1994 St. Jude Classic in his rookie season on the PGA Tour. He finished at 20-under 264 on Pumpkin Ridge's Witch Hollow course after opening with rounds of 65, 66 and 66 to take a four-stroke lead over Herron into the final round.

The 45-year-old Herron finished with a 66. He won the last of his four PGA Tour titles in 2006.

Tommy Gainey, also a PGA Tour winner, was third at 15 under after a 65.

August 31, 2015

Portland Sends Off Angerer And Van Hollebeke With Sellout

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The Portland Thorns played Sunday night before their second sellout crowd of more than 21,000, though it was bittersweet.

Already eliminated from the playoffs, the Thorns honored a pair of popular players who are retiring from the game: goalkeeper Nadine Angerer and defender Rachel Van Hollebeke.

Angerer, who has started in goal for the German national team since 2007, announced before this year's World Cup that she was retiring but vowed to play out the season with the Thorns.

Van Hollebeke recently announced that she was retiring from both the Thorns and the U.S. national team so that she could attend medical school.

The two were celebrated by the Providence Park fans before the match against the Washington Spirit, who have already secured one of four spots in the National Women's Soccer League playoffs.

August 31, 2015

Loyd, Langhorne Lead Storm Past Mystics, 69-59

SEATTLE (AP) - Jewell Loyd had 18 points, making all 14 of her free throw attempts, and Crystal Langhorne scored 15 to help the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 69-59 on Sunday night.

Sue Bird added 12 points for the Storm (9-20).

Washington led by as many as 13 in the first half and Natasha Cloud's layup with 5:11 left in the third quarter gave the Mystics (16-12) a 10-point lead. The Storm scored the next 19 points, as the Mystics went scoreless for 8 minutes, 20 seconds, to make it 57-48 with 6:24 to play.

An 11-5 run pulled Washington within three with 2:34 left, but Seattle made 7 of 8 free throws from there to seal it.

The Storm shot 91.2 percent from the line, setting season highs for both free throws made (31) and attempted (34).

Ivory Latta scored 12 points for Washington, which hasn't won in Seattle in its last 10 tries, dating to July 13, 2005. Emma Meesseman and Kia Vaughn added 10 apiece.

August 31, 2015

Hauschka Kicks 60-Yard Field Goal To Give Seahawks 16-15 Win

Hauschka fg082915SAN DIEGO (AP) - Steven Hauschka kicked a 60-yard field goal with 16 seconds left to give the Seattle Seahawks a 16-15 victory over the San Diego Chargers on Saturday night.

Hauschka had missed a 58-yard attempt with 3:46 remaining. His winning kick, from midfield, barely cleared the crossbar. He also made field goals of 40 and 27 yards.

Nick Novak, competing for a job with rookie Josh Lambo, kicked a 52-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter to give San Diego a 15-13 lead.

Novak also made a 32-yarder goal in the first quarter. The Chargers (2-1) brought in Lambo because Novak struggled on kickoffs last year. Lambo kicked a winning 47-yarder as time expired at Arizona a week earlier, as well as field goals of 53 and 43 yards. Lambo had a 28-yard field goal against the Seahawks (1-2).

August 30, 2015

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Seager Hits 2-Run HR, Mariners Hold On To Beat White Sox 7-6

CHICAGO (AP) - Kyle Seager hit a two-run home run during a three-run first inning and the Seattle Mariners withstood Chicago's late rally to beat the White Sox 7-6 Saturday night.

Hisashi Iwakuma (6-3) gave up two runs on seven hits and worked out of two bases-loaded jams in 5 2/3 innings to get his fourth win in his last five outings.

White Sox starter Jeff Samardzija (8-11) got his career-worst sixth straight loss.

Chicago trailed 7-2 with two outs in the eighth inning before rallying for four runs. Adam Eaton drew a bases-loaded walk, Tyler Saladino followed with a two-run single and Jose Abreu added a run-scoring single. Melky Cabrera then grounded out to end the inning.

Tom Wilhelmsen got the last four outs for his sixth save in six chances.

August 30, 2015