James Hahn won the Northern Trust Open on Sunday in a three-man playoff with a 25-foot birdie putt on the third extra hole for his first PGA Tour title and a trip to the Masters.

In a wild finish, Hahn saved par on the 18th in regulation for a 2-under 69 that got him into a playoff with Dustin Johnson (69) and Paul Casey (68).

Casey was eliminated on the second extra hole — No. 10 — when Hahn and Johnson hit dangerous flop shots over the back bunker and converted birdie putts.

On the par-3 14th, Hahn made his birdie and then kept his head down as Johnson missed a 12-footer. Sergio García held the lead for most of the back nine before buckling. He walked to the 17th tee with a one-stroke lead and walked off the 18th green tied for fourth, one stroke out of the playoff, after his second straight bogey.

Ko wins Women's Australian Open

New Zealand's Lydia Ko won the Women's Australian Open in her second start at No. 1 in the world, closing with a 2-under 71 for a two-stroke victory over Amy Yang.

Ko, 17, finished at 9-under 283 at Royal Melbourne. She has six LPGA Tour titles, three last year after winning the Canadian Women's Open the previous two years as an amateur.


Beasley, Williams combine stars

Clemson linebacker Vic Beasley and Southern California defensive lineman Leonard Williams came up big winners Sunday in Indianapolis.

On the third day of workouts at the annual NFL scouting combine, Beasley pulled off an impressive double — posting the fastest 40-yard dash time of the day at 4.53 seconds and sharing the title of most bench press reps at 225 pounds with 35. The 302-pound Williams, who played defensive tackle in college but is projected to be an offensive linenam, did nearly as well. Though he did not lift Sunday, Williams was clocked at 4.97 seconds in the 40, matching the fastest time turned in by an offensive lineman.

auto racing

Hagan wins Funny Car

Matt Hagan raced to his second consecutive Funny Car victory of the season in the CARQUEST Auto Parts NHRA Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.

The top qualifier was consistently fast in his Dodge Charger R/T and posted the quickest run of the weekend in his final-round victory over Del Worsham, finishing with a track-record run of 3.975 seconds at 324.83 mph. Worsham's Toyota Camry finished in 4.010 at 318.17.

Tony Schumacher won in Top Fuel, and Rodger Brogdon in Pro Stock.

college hockey

Michigan moves into tie with U

Defenseman Zach Werenski scored twice as No. 15 Michigan beat visiting Ohio State 5-2 to move back into a first-place tie in the Big Ten with the Gophers. Dylan Larkin and Zach Hyman each had a goal and three assists for the Wolverines (17-11, 9-5 Big Ten), who fell out of first place Friday when they lost to the Buckeyes (9-17-2, 4-10) while the Gophers won at Penn State. But the Gophers lost in overtime Saturday.


Tennis: Top-seeded Sara Errani defeated Anna Schmiedlova 7-6 (2), 6-1 to win the Rio Open. ...Fifth-seeded Gilles Simon claimed his 12th career title by beating Gael Monfils 6-4, 1-6, 7-6 (4) to win the Open 13 title in Marseille, France. ... Ivo Karlovic beat Donald Young 6-3, 6-3 to win the Delray Beach Open. ... David Ferrer won his second tournament of the season and the 23rd ATP singles title of his career, beating Fabio Fognini 6-2, 6-3 in the final of the Rio Open.

Wrestling: Top-ranked Iowa suffered its first loss of the season, dropping an 18-12 decision to second-ranked Missouri in the finals of the EAS/NWCA National Duals tournament. The Hawkeyes got wins from Cory Clark (133), Nick Moore (165), Mike Evans (174), and Bobby Telford (285), but lost four one-point decisions and six-of-10 bouts overall.