(WGEM) -- Here's a quick list of area happenings in local sports on Monday:
GOLF -- Rain forced the postponement of Sunday's final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to Monday.
Quincy's Luke Guthrie wrapped up his last 18 holes with a 4-over 76 to finish 1-over for the tournament and tied for 40th place. The Quincy native pocketed a check for just shy of $25,000.
Tiger Woods (-13) won at Bay Hill for the eighth time tying a PGA Tour record for most wins at a single tournament.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL -- The beginning of a potential annual rivalry has been set.
Truman State released its 2013 schedule on Monday afternoon which includes the Bulldogs' inaugural season in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.
A visit to Flinn Stadium to square off against Quincy University is scheduled for October 5 with kickoff time to be determined.
The Hawks have yet to announce this fall's slate.
COLLEGE SOFTBALL -- Former Griggsville-Perry standout and Culver-Stockton infielder Rhea Hobson has been named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Player of the Week.
Hobson hit .583 last week and scored the winning run in the Lady Wildcats win over Iowa Wesleyan.
She also played an error free second base.
COLLEGE BASEBALL - Western Illinois senior Brian Loconsole has earned Summit League Pitcher of the Week honors.
Loconsole picked up two saves in victories against Michigan over the weekend. He has now five saves this season which ties WIU's single season record.
This season he's 1-0 with a 1.59 earned run average with appearances in every Leatherneck victory this spring.
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