Seung-Yul Noh overcame windy conditions and the pressure that goes with attempting to secure a maiden PGA Tour victory, shooting a 1-under 71 to win the Zurich Classic by two shots Sunday.

The 22-year-old finished at 19-under 269 and won $1,224,000 at Avondale's TPC Louisiana layout.

He also provided some joy to his native South Korea, which is reeling since a ferry boat capsized April 16, leaving 300 people missing or dead.

"Hopefully, they'll be happy," said Noh, who wore black and yellow ribbons on his cap to honor the victims.

Andrew Svoboda (69) and Robert Streb (70) tied for second place.

Motor sports

Ryan Hunter-Reay coasted to his second straight win at Barber Motorsports Park (Alabama) when the rain-shortened IndyCar race finished under caution. A full-course caution came out for the final seven minutes of the timed race after Mikhail Aleshin went off the track. That left Hunter-Reay unchallenged, with teammate Marco Andretti in second. The race had a 1-hour, 40-minute limit. Also, Gabby Chaves won the Indy Lights race in the rain at the 2.38-mile road course.

  • Erica Enders-Stevens won the Pro Stock at the NHRA SpringNationals at Baytown, Texas. She had a 6.594-second pass at 210.60 mph, beating Allen Johnson -- 6.588 at 210.28 -- with a better reaction time off the line.

    NFL

    John E. Williams III, a 49ers fan, failed to score a ticket to the NFC title game in Seattle. In a $50 million lawsuit filed in Las Vegas against the NFL, he claims the league and others engaged in an illegal ticket policy that limited credit-card sales to pro-Seattle markets. He says it was an effort to further promote the Seahawks' home-field edge at CenturyLink Field. In January's game, the Seahawks limited sales to credit cards with addresses in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Alaska and Hawaii.

    Colleges

    UCLA guard Jordan Adams changed his mind and decided to enter the NBA draft. He averaged 17.4 points a game as a sophomore last season. Sophomore guard Kyle Anderson had already declared for the draft earlier this month.

  • The SEC will stick with its current scheduling format of eight conference football games, but starting in 2016, each team must play at least one game against a team from the other five major conferences.

    Tennis

    Maria Sharapova won her third straight Porsche Grand Prix title, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 over Ana Ivanovic in Stuttgart, Germany. Sharapova won her first title of the year and 30th overall.

  • Kei Nishikori beat Santiago Giraldo 6-2, 6-2 to win the Barcelona (Spain) Open for his first title on clay.

    Soccer

    Will Bruin scored in the 16th minute to end Houston's scoreless streak at 334 minutes, and the Dynamo (2-4-2) went on to a 1-1 MLS tie with Portland (0-3-5).

  • Barcelona's Dani Alves responded to a racist taunt at Villarreal by picking up a banana that landed at his feet and eating it. "You have to take it with a dose of humor," he said. Barcelona won 3-2 just days after ex-coach Tito Vilanova died.