HONOLULU (AP) Dustin Johnson withdrew Friday after nine holes at the Sony Open because of the flu.
Johnson was coming off a four-shot win last week in the Tournament of Champions at Kapalua, which started Monday and raced to a 54-hole finish a day later because of high wind.
He opened with a 70 at Waialae and was 3 over on the front nine - at least four shots away from making the cut - when he informed tournament officials that he was too ill to continue.
Johnson had a chance this week to join Ernie Els as the only players to sweep the two Hawaii tournaments at the start of the year. Els won both in 2003.
Alex Ovechkin once again was named to one of the NHL's All-Decade teams.
This go-around, Ovechkin was named to the first-team for the All-Decade Team spanning 2010-2019.
During those 10 seasons, there was no one that totaled more than Ovi's 437 goals. Only two others had more than his 730 points.
Through our eyes, we saw him mature from a unique superstar to a once-in-a-generation athlete. Ovechkin won his first Stanley Cup in the decade after years of heartbreak and dominant Capitals teams that could never escape the second round.
Now, he's a mere eight goals away from reaching 700 and further etching his name in the fabric of the sport.
He is joined with fellow forward Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith of the Blackhawks. Sidney Crosby of the Penguins, Drew Doughty of the Kings and Marc-Andre Fleury of the Golden Knights rounded out the six-player first team.
NHL ALL-DECADE FIRST TEAM
Alex Ovechkin - F - Capitals
Patrick Kane - F - Blackhawks
Sidney Crosby - C - Penguins
Duncan Keith - D - Blackhawks
Drew Doughty - D - Kings
Marc-Andre Fleury - G- Golden Knights
NHL ALL-DECADE SECOND TEAM
Evgeni Malkin - F - Penguins
Patrice Bergeron - F - Bruins
Steven Stamkos - F - Lightning
Erik Karlsson - D - Sharks
Zdeno Chara - D - Bruins
Henrik Lundqvist - G - Rangers
The Great 8 was also named to the All-Decade team in 2000-10. Only Zdeno Chara and Sidney Crosby, named to the second team for the last decade, received the recognition last decade as well.
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The Dayton Flyers and the Richmond Spiders are set to battle in a key Atlantic 10 matchup.
Dayton has carried the banner for the Atlantic 10 conference this season. Wins over Georgia and Virginia Tech, paired with a neutral-site overtime loss to Kansas vaulted them quickly into the national conversation quickly. With NBA prospect Obi Toppin leading the way, it's hard to imagine a team topping them.
In the Atlantic 10, No. 7 Dayton (17-2, 6-0) is unbeaten. Their assumed biggest test was VCU and they handled them by 14 points.
But Richmond (15-4, 5-1) is sneaky good. Beating Wisconsin in an early-season tournament gave the Spiders a key nonconference win. If they can keep it together and avoid bad losses, the postseason may be in their future.
The Spiders will have to do it without their leading scorer Blake Francis though. He is out for the next month or so after a sternum injury.
Postseason implications are surely on the line.
Dayton vs. Richmond: How to Watch
Who: Dayton Flyers (17-2, 6-0) vs. Richmond Spiders(15-4, 5-1)
What: Atlantic 10 basketball on NBC Sports Washington
When: Saturday, January 25, 6 p.m. ET.
Where: Robins Center, Richmond, Va
TV Channel: You can watch Dayton vs. Richmond on NBC Sports Washington (Channel Finder).
Live Stream: NBC Sports Washington Live Player
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