September 2006 in sports

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

See also: 2006 in sports

<< September 2006 >>
S M T W T F S
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Other events in September 2006

World - Sci-Tech - Sports - Video games - Wikinews

Africa - Britain and Ireland - India - Southeast Asia

2006 developments by topic

Deaths in September[edit]

Deaths in September 2006

Sporting seasons[edit]

30 September 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

29 September 2006 (Friday)[edit]

  • American football: NCAA Division I-A Top 25:
    • (23) Rutgers 22, South Florida 20: The Scarlet Knights' first stay in the national rankings since 1976 nearly ended here, as they had to overcome a halftime deficit and stop a Bulls two-point conversion attempt with 15 seconds left that would have tied the game.

28 September 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

27 September 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

26 September 2006 (Tuesday)[edit]

25 September 2006 (Monday)[edit]

24 September 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

  • Golf: 36th Ryder Cup Matches
    • Team Europe retains the Ryder Cup by an 18½–9½ margin over Team United States. The victory, by the same margin as in 2004, also makes this European team the first to win three straight Ryder Cups outright.

23 September 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

22 September 2006 (Friday)[edit]

  • Basketball: 82nd NCAA (Philippines) basketball tournament – Championship round (Philippine Daily Inquirer)
    • Seniors' tournament: (1) San Beda Red Lions 68, (2) PCU Dolphins 67
      • In the deciding Game 3 of the Championship series between San Beda and Philippine Christian, the Dolphins had a better start; although the Red Lions caught up with them and blew the game wide open, leading by as much as twenty points. Down by fifteen points at the start of the fourth quarter, the Dolphins mounted a furious comeback, cutting the lead into one point with 24.8 seconds remaining. After a San Beda turnover, PCU had a crack on winning the game – and the championship. The Dolphins play set up took too long, and with time running out, the Dolphins shot the ball; it bounced off the rim, leading into a San Beda rebound. San Beda wins their first seniors basketball title in 28 years. Red Lion Yousif Aljamal was named Finals Most Valuable Player.

21 September 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

20 September 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

19 September 2006 (Tuesday)[edit]

18 September 2006 (Monday)[edit]

  • Basketball: 82nd NCAA (Philippines) basketball tournament – Championship round (Philippine Daily Inquirer)
    • Seniors' tournament: (1) San Beda Red Lions 71, (2) PCU Dolphins 57
      • With the Dolphins keeping the game close at the first two quarters, the Red Lions charged ahead at the third period, scoring twenty points as opposed to PCU's five. San Beda pulled away at the final quarter to draw first blood ib the best-of-three championship series. San Beda's Nigerian student Samuel Ekwe was named Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and member of the all-NCAA team.
    • Juniors' tournament: (2) San Sebastian Staglets 57, (1) PCU Baby Dolphins 50
      • The Baby Dolphins posted leads at the first three quarters. With San Sebastian's shooters converting outside shots, the Staglets turned the tables and captured the lead at the dying seconds. The Baby Dolphins had two chances to tie but they missed their attempts, giving the Staglets the 1–0 lead in the best-of-three series.

17 September 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

Auto racing: Kevin Harvick wins the Sylvania 300 as the 2006 Chase for the NEXTEL Cup starts.

16 September 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

15 September 2006 (Friday)[edit]

14 September 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

13 September 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

12 September 2006 (Tuesday)[edit]

11 September 2006 (Monday)[edit]

10 September 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

9 September 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

8 September 2006 (Friday)[edit]

7 September 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

6 September 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

4 September 2006 (Monday)[edit]

3 September 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

2 September 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

1 September 2006 (Friday)[edit]