Russell Henley won in his PGA Tour rookie season debut at the Sony Open on Sunday.
Henley, making just his third tour start, birdied his last five holes for a 7-under 63 and a three-shot win over Tim Clark (63) at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.
He finished at 24-under 256, breaking the tournament record. It's the second-lowest score for a 72-hole event in tour history, two shots behind Tommy Armour III at the 2003 Texas Open.
"I don't really know what happened. This is the most nervous I've ever been," said Henley, who earned $1,008,000 and a Masters invitation.
Deshaun Thomas had 20 points, including the first and last baskets in a 16-0 first-half run, and No. 15 Ohio State survived a late rally by No. 2 Michigan for a 56-53 win in Columbus, Ohio. The Wolverines (16-1, 3-1 Big Ten) had been the lone unbeaten team in NCAA Division I, while the Buckeyes (13-3, 3-1) had been 0-3 against ranked teams.
Defensive end/tight end Austin Hooper, a top recruit from De La Salle High-Concord, has orally committed to Stanford. "It's close to home, and it's a great school," he told ESPN.com. The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Hooper says he'll start his college career as a tight end.
Closer Brian Wilson worked out for New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson on Saturday at UCLA, a source told ESPN. Wilson had Tommy John surgery in April after two early season appearances with the Giants but indicated he'll be ready for opening day. He was nontendered by the Giants in November.
Jarome Iginla (groin injury) missed Calgary's first practice. With the Flames opening at home against the Sharks next Sunday, coach Bob Hartley didn't want to take any chances with Iginla.
Tina Maze became the sixth female skier to win a World Cup race in all five Alpine disciplines by taking a super-G in St. Anton, Austria. American Lindsey Vonn was fourth.
Wire services contributed to this report.