INDIANAPOLIS -- Midfielder Sade Brookman gave YSU a 1-0 lead just 12 minutes into the game but IUPUI answered with four straight goals to beat the Penguins 4-1 in a women's soccer game on Friday.
Stacy Downing scored two goals and added an assist for IUPUI. YSU had just two shots on goal but was tied 1-1 54 minutes into the game.
The Penguins will play at Ball State at 1 p.m. today.
The team will host a Free Youth Clinic following its Sept. 11 match at Stambaugh Stadium against VMI. The match against VMI is set for 1 p.m. while the clinic for children ages five through 13 is set to begin at 3:30 p.m.
MURRAY, Ky. -- The Youngstown State volleyball team defeated Murray State in three straight games Friday night in the Helping Hands Classic hosted by the Racers.
The Penguins (3-2) won 30-21, 30-28 and 30-27.
Cari Leslie paced the Penguins with 10 kills and 10 digs, while Angie Pasquinelli added 16 digs.
Friday afternoon the Penguins suffered a 30-24, 30-27, 30-25 setback to South Alabama
The tournament was originally scheduled to be held in Mobile, Ala., but was moved because of Hurricane Katrina-related damage in that part of the country.
Abby Ettenhoffer had 13 kills and hit .313 while Leslie recorded 10 kills to lead the Penguins.
YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Baseball Oldtimers Association will hold its monthly meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. at Kramer Field. Food and beverage will be provided. New members are welcome.
Also, there will be a golf outing Sept. 21 at Tanglewood for paid up members only. Call Nick Granito (330-782-6520) for reservations.
Panthers top W. Va.
YOUNGSTOWN -- Quarterback Deshawn Vaughn rushed for three touchdowns covering 5, 7 and 29 yards to lead the Mahoning Valley Panthers to a 52-0 win over the West Virginia Crash at Rayen Stadium Saturday.
The Panthers (5-4-1) will enter the semi-pro football league playoffs as the third seed, playing at the second-seeded Buffalo Warriors (8-2) Saturday.
Walt Wright ran 15 times for 110 yards and a pair of scores -- 65 and 12 yards. Antonio Owens tacked on a 64-yard touchdown to go with his 92 yards on nine rushes.
BOARDMAN -- Nine-year-olds Jessica Jones, Chelsea Kerr and Jenae Shar, who train at Youngstown Gymnastics Center, qualified for the 2005 Gymnastics National TOPs Testing, which will take place Sept. 23-25 at the Women's National Team Training Center at the Bela Karolyi Gymnastics Camp in Houston.
Jessica is a third-grader at Hill Top Elementary school; Chelsea is a fourth-grader at McKinley Elementary School in Lisbon; and Jenae is a third-grader at Leetonia Elementary School.
TOPs, which stands for Talent Opportunity Program, is for female gymnasts ages 7-11. Each summer, gymnasts from across the country are evaluated on physical abilities. From more than 3,500 participants, 350 qualify and about 60 make up the national team.
Armstrong donationsaid Katrina victims
AUSTIN, Texas -- Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and his namesake cancer survivorship foundation will donate $500,000 to help cancer victims displaced by Hurricane Katrina get treatment.
Armstrong said Saturday he expects the money will be used to help transport cancer patients to hospitals and cancer centers where they can continue to get treatment. He said more money could be donated in the future.
"If you've started treatment and you miss a week or two weeks, it's potentially fatal," Armstrong said. "For me and the foundation, we just looked at that and asked not just what can we do, but how does it fit into our mission?"
Armstrong survived a bout with testicular cancer that had spread to his lungs and brain before he won the first of his record seven straight Tours titles. He retired from competitive racing in July after his final Tour victory.
Armstrong said the money would be sent to the hospitals and cancer centers, which would then arrange for transportation for patients.
Armstrong said he's been following the hurricane crisis on television and in newspapers.
"It just seems like help was late to come there," he said.
CRANS-SUR-SIERRE, Switzerland -- Sergio Garcia pitched in from 110 yards on the last hole for an eagle Saturday, giving the Spaniard a par 71 and a one-shot lead after three rounds of the European Masters.
Garcia was at 11-under 202 entering the last round. Garry Houston of Wales, who has never finished better than fourth in a top tournament, shot a 69 for 203.
England's Luke Donald, the defending champion, made three birdies and an eagle on his last four holes for a 66 that put him at 204. Denmark's Anders Hansen (67) also was at 204. Six players were at 206, including Ryder Cup player Paul Casey.
Garcia, ahead by three strokes after two rounds, lost the lead at the 17th when he three-putted from 8 feet for a double-bogey 6. His eagle-2 with a lob wedge at the 18th put him back in front.
"I'm still leading and I cannot play worse tomorrow than I did today," said Garcia, who had another double bogey in his round. "I felt like an 8-year-old again."
BEIJING -- Retief Goosen shot a 1-under-par 71 Saturday and held the third-round lead at the China Masters, with U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell a stroke behind.
Goosen was at 14-under 216 and led the Asian Tour event for the third straight day.
"It was terrible," the South African said. "I didn't hit the ball well today, especially with my irons. It was a bit of a scramble but we're still leading. I need to play a lot better if I want to win it tomorrow."
Campbell of New Zealand had a 71 after an erratic round that included five birdies and four bogeys.
Vindicator staff/wire reports