September 2007 in sports

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  • Golf:
    • PGA Tour: Tiger Woods runs away with THE TOUR Championship in Atlanta, finishing at 257 (23 under par) and winning by 8 shots over Mark Calcavecchia and Zach Johnson. Woods wins USD 1.26 million for winning the tournament, and earns a USD 10 million retirement annuity as the inaugural winner of the FedEx Cup as PGA Tour season champion.
    • LPGA and Ladies European Tour: Team United States wins the Solheim Cup 16–12 over Team Europe in Sweden, going 8–3–1 on the final day of singles matches and winning the Cup for only the second time ever in Europe. This came a day after television commentator Dottie Pepper called Team USA "chokin' freakin' dogs" in a comment that accidentally went over the air.
    • Amateur men's golf: Team USA wins the Walker Cup 12½–11½ over Team Great Britain and Ireland in Northern Ireland. This is Team USA's first win in this event on the other side of the Atlantic since 1991.

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  • Basketball:
    • EuroBasket 2007 in Spain
      • Semifinals
        • Spain  82–77  Greece
        • Russia  86–74  Lithuania
          • Russia book their place in the 2008 Olympics. With Spain already qualified for Beijing as reigning world champions, the winner of the third-place match tomorrow between Greece and Lithuania will also book a place in Beijing, with the loser going to the pre-Olympic qualifying tournament.
      • Classification round
        • Croatia  86–69  France
        • Germany  69–65  Slovenia
          • Croatia and Germany also book places in the pre-Olympic qualifying tournament. They will be joined by the winner of the seventh-place match tomorrow between France and Slovenia.

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  • Basketball:
    • EuroBasket 2007 in Spain — quarterfinals
    • UAAP men's basketball tournament 2007 elimination round at the Araneta Coliseum.
      • FEU school colors FEU 74–64
        UST UST school colors
        • Far Eastern University avoids elimination as they force the defending champions University of Santo Tomas in a do-or-die affair to determine which team will advance to the playoffs.
      • UE school colors UE 92–84 (OT)
        • The University of the East clinches the first Finals berth as they swept the elimination round, the first time a team was able to do so since 1993, by beating De La Salle University-Manila in a mostly tightly-fought contest.

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