Hideki Matsuyama celebrates after putting on the champion's green jacket after winning the Masters golf tournament on Sunday, April 11, 2021, in Augusta, Ga. <br>Gregory Bull/AP

Japan's champion: Matsuyama wins the Masters for his nation

History will say Hideki Matsuyama won the tournament on Sunday with a final-round 73, but really, he won it on Saturday with a blistering finish that put him atop the leaderboard for good.

Tiger Woods was driving nearly 90 mph when he was injured in crash, sheriff's office says

Woods was traveling between 84 and 87 mph in a 45-mph zone when his Genesis SUV hit the median, and the vehicle was traveling 75 mph when it skidded, hit a tree and launched airborne before settling into a ditch, department officials said.

US weighs joint approach to Beijing Olympics with allies

The State Department initially suggested that an Olympic boycott to protest China's rights abuses was among the possibilities but a senior official said later that a boycott has not yet been discussed.

Baylor beatdown: Bears win title, hang 86-70 loss on Gonzaga

The fresh-as-can-be Bears obliterated wobbly-legged Gonzaga’s march to perfection Monday night in an 86-70 runaway that brought this once-downtrodden program’s first national title back home to Waco, Texas.

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u.s. sports

Mass vaccination of midshipmen not yet a game-changer for Navy athletics but could be by fall

Regular testing and contact tracing will remain a way of life for Navy varsity athletics for the remainder of the spring semester. But athletic director Chet Gladchuk is hopeful vaccination on a nationwide basis will produce a more positive competitive environment for fall sports.

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pacific sports

Finally, Edgren spring sports teams get a chance at competition

“After much coordination with our military partners and DODEA leadership, Edgren-student athletes will have the opportunity” to travel to compete at Yokota High School this weekend and next, DODEA-Pacific spokeswoman Miranda Ferguson said.