November 2009 in sports


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Deaths in November

Deaths in November 2009:

Current sporting seasons

American football 2009

Auto racing 2009

  • V8 Supercar
  • GP2 Asia Series

Basketball 2009

  • NBA
  • NCAA Division I men
  • NCAA Division I women
  • Euroleague
  • Eurocup
  • EuroChallenge
  • ASEAN Basketball League
  • Australia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Philippines
    • Philippine Cup
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Turkey

Cricket 2009–2010

Football (soccer) 2009

National teams competitions
International clubs competitions
Domestic (national) competitions
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • England
  • France
  • Germany
  • Iran
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Scotland
  • Spain

Ice hockey 2009

  • National Hockey League

Rugby union 2009

  • Heineken Cup
  • Amlin Challenge Cup
  • English Premiership
  • Celtic League
  • LV= Cup
  • Top 14

Winter sports

  • Alpine Skiing World Cup
  • Bobsleigh World Cup
  • Cross-Country Skiing World Cup
  • Grand Prix of Figure Skating
  • Luge World Cup
  • Nordic Combined World Cup
  • Skeleton World Cup
  • Ski Jumping World Cup
  • Snowboarding World Cup
  • Speed Skating World Cup

See also: 2009 in sports, Portal:Sports and games

Days of the month

November 30, 2009 (Monday)

American football

Tennis

  • Serena Williams is fined US$82,500 for her tirade at a lineswoman during the 2009 US Open, and faces a suspension from that tournament if she commits another "major offense" at a Grand Slam event in 2010 or 2011. (AP via ESPN)

November 29, 2009 (Sunday)

Alpine skiing

American football

Basketball

Canadian football

Cricket

  • England in South Africa:

Cross-country skiing

Field hockey

Football (soccer)

Golf

Horse racing

Luge

Nordic combined

Snooker

Tennis

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Men 105kg:
      • Total: 1 Marcin Dołęga (POL) 421 kg 2 Dmitry Lapikov (RUS) 416 kg 3 Albert Kuzilov (GEO) 408 kg
      • Snatch: 1 Dołęga 195 kg 2 Lapikov 194 kg 3 Kuzilov 187 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Dołęga 226 kg 2 Lapikov 222 kg 3 Kuzilov 221 kg
    • Men +105kg:
      • Total: 1 An Yong-Kwon (KOR) 445 kg 2 Artem Udachyn (UKR) 445 kg 3 Ihor Shymechko (UKR) 427 kg
      • Snatch: 1 Shymechko 202 kg 2 Udachyn 200 kg 3 An 198 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 An 247 kg 2 Udachyn 245 kg 3 Andrey Kozlov (RUS) 231 kg

November 28, 2009 (Saturday)

American football

Alpine skiing

Canadian football

Cricket

Cross-country skiing

Field hockey

Football (soccer)

Luge

Nordic combined

Rugby union

Ski jumping

Snooker

Swimming

Tennis

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Women 75kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Svetlana Podobedova (KAZ) 132 kg 2 Cao Lei (CHN) 121 kg 3 Hripsime Khurshudyan (ARM) 120 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Podobedova 160 kg 2 Cao 148 kg 3 Khurshudyan 147 kg
      • Total: 1 Podobedova 292 kg 2 Cao 269 kg 3 Khurshudyan 267 kg
    • Women +75kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Tatiana Kashirina (RUS) 138 kg 2 Jang Mi-Ran (KOR) 136 kg 3 Meng Suping (CHN) 131 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Jang 187 kg 2 Kashirina 165 kg 3 Meng 165 kg
      • Total: 1 Jang 323 kg 2 Kashirina 303 kg 3 Meng 296 kg

November 27, 2009 (Friday)

American football

  • NCAA Division I FBS:
    • BCS Top 10 (unbeaten teams in bold):
      • Iron Bowl: (2) Alabama 26, Auburn 21
        • The Crimson Tide complete a 12–0 regular season.
      • (5) Cincinnati 49, Illinois 36
      • (6) Boise State 44, Nevada 33
        • The Broncos clinch the WAC championship title.
      • The Backyard Brawl: West Virginia 19, (9) Pittsburgh 16

Basketball

Cricket

  • Sri Lanka in India:
    • 2nd Test in Kanpur, day 4:
      •  India 642;  Sri Lanka 229 & 269. India win by an innings and 144 runs & lead the 3-match series 1–0.
  • Pakistan in New Zealand:
    • 1st Test in Dunedin, day 4:
      •  New Zealand 429 & 147/8;  Pakistan 332. New Zealand lead by 244 runs with 2 wickets remaining.
  • West Indies in Australia:
  • England in South Africa:

Rugby union

  • End of year tests:
    • Week 5:
      • Ireland A Ireland 31–0 Argentina Argentina Jaguars in Dublin

Ski jumping

Tennis

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Women 69kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Nazik Avdalyan (ARM) 119 kg 2 Oxana Slivenko (RUS) 118 kg 3 Zhang Shaoling (MAC) 112 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Avdalyan 147 kg 2 Slivenko 146 kg 3 Zhang 136 kg
      • Total: 1 Avdalyan 266 kg 2 Slivenko 264 kg 3 Zhang 248 kg
    • Men 94kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Vladimir Sedov (KAZ) 185 kg 2 Artem Ivanov (UKR) 180 kg 3 Kim Min-Jae (KOR) 178 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Kim Seon-Jong (KOR) 218 kg 2 Sedov 217 kg 3 Valeriu Calancea (ROM) 211 kg
      • Total: 1 Sedov 402 kg 2 Nizami Pashayev (AZE) 387 kg 3 Kim Min-Jae 384 kg

November 26, 2009 (Thursday)

American football

Basketball

Cricket

  • Sri Lanka in India:
    • 2nd Test in Kanpur, day 3:
      •  India 642;  Sri Lanka 229 & 57/4 (f/o, 23.0 ov). Sri Lanka trail by 356 runs with 6 wickets remaining.
  • Pakistan in New Zealand:
    • 1st Test in Dunedin, day 3:
      •  New Zealand 429;  Pakistan 307/8 (90.0 ov, Umar Akmal 129). Pakistan trail by 122 runs with 2 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
  • West Indies in Australia:

Football (soccer)

  • 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification (UEFA):
    • Group 3: Greece  5–0  Georgia
      • Standings: Denmark 7 points (3 matches), Scotland 6 (2), Greece 6 (4), Bulgaria 4 (3).
    • Group 5: Turkey  0–3  England
      • Standings: Spain 12 points (4 matches), England 6 (2), Austria 3 (3).
    • Group 8: Czech Republic  1–2  Belgium
      • Standings: Sweden 9 points (3 matches), Belgium 7 (5), Azerbaijan 4 (3), Wales 3 (4), Czech Republic 3 (3).

Tennis

Weightlifting

November 25, 2009 (Wednesday)

Basketball

Cricket

  • Sri Lanka in India:
    • 2nd Test in Kanpur, day 2:
      •  India 642 (Rahul Dravid 144);  Sri Lanka 66/1 (24.0 ov). Sri Lanka trail by 576 runs with 9 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
  • Pakistan in New Zealand:
    • 1st Test in Dunedin, day 2:
      •  New Zealand 404/8 (126.0 ov)
        • Only 36 overs were played due to rain and bad light. Daniel Vettori just misses a century when he is dismissed at 99, but still manages to surpass Shane Warne and become the highest no. 8 Test run-getter.

Football (soccer)

  • 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification (UEFA):
    • Group 7: Italy  7–0  Armenia
      • Standings: Italy, Finland 12 points (4 matches), Portugal 3 (3), Slovenia 3 (4).
  • UEFA Champions League group stage, Matchday 5: (teams in bold advance to the round of 16, teams in italics advance to the round of 32 in Europa League, teams in strike are eliminated)
  • Copa Sudamericana Finals, first leg:

Tennis

Weightlifting

November 24, 2009 (Tuesday)

Baseball

Cricket

Football (soccer)

  • UEFA Champions League group stage, Matchday 5: (teams in bold advance to the round of 16, teams in italics advance to the round of 32 in Europa League, teams in strike are eliminated)

Rugby union

Tennis

Weightlifting

November 23, 2009 (Monday)

American football

Baseball

Golf

  • LPGA Tour:
    • LPGA Tour Championship in Richmond, Texas:
      • Winner: Anna Nordqvist (SWE) 203 (−13)
        • The tourtament was shortened to 54 holes.

Tennis

Volleyball

  • Men's World Grand Champions Cup in Japan:
    • Round 5 in Nagoya:
      • Cuba  3–1  Iran
      • Poland  3–0  Egypt
      • Brazil  3–0  Japan
        • Final standings: 1 Brazil 10 points, 2 Cuba 9, 3 Japan 8, Poland 7, Iran 6, Egypt 5.
          • Brazil win the title for the third time.

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Women 58kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Li Xueying (CHN) 107 kg 2 Nastassia Novikava (BLR) 100 kg 3 Yuliya Kalina (UKR) 96 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Li 132 kg 2 Novikava 125 kg 3 Kalina 119 kg
      • Total: 1 Li 239 kg 2 Novikava 225 kg 3 Kalina 215 kg

November 22, 2009 (Sunday)

American football

Auto racing

Badminton

Bobsleigh

Canadian football

Cricket

Cross-country skiing

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Golf

  • European Tour:
  • LPGA Tour:
    • LPGA Tour Championship in Richmond, Texas:
      • Bad weather caused the suspension of play on Friday and Saturday, and the event was shortened to 54 holes. The second round resumes today, but is suspended due to darkness with about a quarter of the field still on the course. On Monday, the second round is due to be completed, a cut made, and the final round played.

Skeleton

Speed skating

Swimming

Tennis

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Women 53kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Chen Xiaoting (CHN) 95 kg 2 Yoon Jin-Hee (KOR) 93 kg 3 Svetlana Cheremshanova (KAZ) 92 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Zulfiya Chinshanlo (KAZ) 129 kg 2 Chen 123 kg 3 Yoon 116 kg
      • Total: 1 Chinshanlo 219 kg 2 Chen 218 kg 3 Yoon 209 kg
    • Men 69kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Liao Hui (CHN) 160 kg 2 Ninel Miculescu (ROM) 155 kg 3 Arakel Mirzoyan (ARM) 154 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Liao 186 kg 2 Kim Sun-Bae (KOR) 181 kg 3 Triyatno (INA) 180 kg
      • Total: 1 Liao 346 kg 2 Mirzoyan 334 kg 3 Triyatno 330 kg

November 21, 2009 (Saturday)

American football

  • NCAA:
    • BCS Top 10 (unbeaten teams in bold):
      • (1) Florida 62, Florida International 3
      • (2) Alabama 45, Chattanooga 0
      • (3) Texas 51, Kansas 20
        • Longhorns quarterback Colt McCoy sets a new Division I FBS record for career wins by a starting quarterback with 43.
      • (4) TCU 45, Wyoming 10
      • Mississippi 25, (8) LSU 23
      • Michigan–Ohio State rivalry: (10) Ohio State 21, Michigan 10
      • Played earlier this week: (6) Boise State
      • Idle: (5) Cincinnati, (7) Georgia Tech, (9) Pittsburgh
    • Other games:
      • Northwestern 33, (16) Wisconsin 31
      • The Big Game: (25) California 34, (17) Stanford 28

Auto racing

Bobsleigh

Canadian football

  • CIS football championships:
    • Mitchell Bowl national semi-final game:
      • (4) Queen's Golden Gaels 33, (1) Laval Rouge et Or 30
        • The Gaels deny the Rouge et Or the chance to defend the Vanier Cup in front of a home crowd. Laval quarterback Benoit Groulx was uncharacteristically sacked 7 times in the game.
    • Uteck Bowl national semi-final game:
      • (2) Calgary Dinos 38, (6) Saint Mary's Huskies 14
        • Dinos coach Blake Nill and quarterback Erik Glavic make their return to Halifax, where Nill was the Huskies head coach and Glavic was their quarterback. The Dinos improve to 3–1 all time against the Huskies.

Cross-country skiing

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

  • Beach Soccer World Cup in Dubai, United Arab Emirates:
  • 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification (UEFA):
    • Group 1: Serbia  0–2  France
      • Standings: France 12 points (4 matches), Iceland 9 (4), Northern Ireland 3 (2), Croatia, Serbia 1 (3).
    • Group 2: Netherlands  1–1  Belarus
      • Standings: Norway 6 points (2 matches), Belarus 4 (2), Netherlands 4 (3), Slovakia 3 (2).
    • Group 3: Bulgaria  5–0  Georgia
      • Standings: Denmark 7 points (3 matches), Scotland 6 (2), Bulgaria 4 (3), Greece 3 (3).
    • Group 5: Turkey  0–5  Spain
      • Standings: Spain 12 points (4 matches), England 3 (1), Austria 3 (3).
    • Group 7:
      • Slovenia  0–4  Portugal
      • Finland  7–0  Armenia
        • Standings: Finland 12 points (4 matches), Italy 9 (3), Portugal 3 (3), Slovenia 3 (4).
  • Russia Russian Premier League, matchday 29 of 30: (teams in bold qualify for the Champions League)

Luge

Rugby union

Snowboarding

  • World Cup in Stockholm, Sweden:
    • Men's Big Air: 1 Stefan Gimpl (AUT) 2 Marko Grilc (SLO) 3 Gjermund Braaten (NOR)
      • Standings after 3 of 12 events: (1) Gimpl 3000.0 points (2) GianLuca Cavigelli (SUI) 2100.0 (3) Braaten 1460.0

Speed skating

Volleyball

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Men 62kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Ding Jianjun (CHN) 146 kg 2 Yang Fan (CHN) 144 kg 3 Eko Yuli Irawan (INA) 140 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Irawan 175 kg 2 Yang Sheng-Hsiung (TPE) 170 kg 3 Yang Fan 170 kg
      • Total: 1 Ding 316 kg 2 Irawan 315 kg 3 Yang Fan 314 kg
    • Women 48kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Wang Mingjuan (CHN) 93 kg 2 Nurcan Taylan (TUR) 90 kg 3 Sibel Özkan (TUR) 89 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Özkan 117 kg 2 Taylan 115 kg 3 Wang 115 kg
      • Total: 1 Wang 208 kg 2 Özkan 206 kg 3 Taylan 205 kg

November 20, 2009 (Friday)

American football

  • NCAA BCS Top 10 (unbeaten team in bold)
    • (6) Boise State 52, Utah State 21

Cricket

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Luge

Rugby union

Skeleton

Weightlifting

  • World Championships in Goyang, South Korea:
    • Men 56kg:
      • Snatch: 1 Wu Jingbiao (CHN) 131 kg 2 Long Qingquan (CHN) 130 kg 3 Khalil El Maoui (TUN) 125 kg
      • Clean & Jerk: 1 Long 162 kg 2 Wu 155 kg 3 Sergio Álvarez (CUB) 154 kg
      • Total: 1 Long 292 kg 2 Wu 286 kg 3 Álvarez 274 kg

November 19, 2009 (Thursday)

American football

Baseball

Cricket

Football (soccer)

  • Copa Sudamericana Semifinals, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)

Snooker

Volleyball

November 18, 2009 (Wednesday)

Baseball

Cricket

  • Sri Lanka in India:
    • 1st Test in Ahmedabad, day 3:
      •  India 426;  Sri Lanka 591/5 (160.0 ov, Mahela Jayawardene 204*). Sri Lanka lead by 165 runs with 5 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
        • Jayawardene becomes the seventh batsman in history to score six Test double-centuries, and Sri Lanka by far exceed their previous highest score in India of 420.

Football (soccer)

Volleyball

November 17, 2009 (Tuesday)

American football

Baseball

Cricket

  • Sri Lanka in India:
    • 1st Test in Ahmedabad, day 2:
      •  India 426 (104.5 ov, Rahul Dravid 177);  Sri Lanka 275/3 (70.0 ov, Tillakaratne Dilshan 112). Sri Lanka trail by 151 runs with 7 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
        • Dilshan scores the first century by a Sri Lankan player in India since 1997.

Football (soccer)

Rugby union

  • End of year tests:

November 16, 2009 (Monday)

American football

Baseball

Cricket

Football (soccer)

November 15, 2009 (Sunday)

Alpine skiing

American football

Auto racing

Badminton

Canadian football

Cricket

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Golf

Rugby union

Short track speed skating

Speed skating

Tennis

  • ATP World Tour:
    • BNP Paribas Masters in Paris, France:
      • Final: Novak Djokovic (SRB) def. Gaël Monfils (FRA) 6–2, 5–7, 7–6(3)
        • Djokovic wins his 5th title of the year and 16th of his career. It's his first win in five Masters Series finals this year, and fifth Masters Series title of his career.

Volleyball

November 14, 2009 (Saturday)

Alpine skiing

American football

  • NCAA:
    • BCS Top 10 (unbeaten teams in bold):
      • (1) Florida 24, South Carolina 14
      • (2) Alabama 31, Mississippi State 3
      • (3) Texas 47, Baylor 14
      • (4) TCU 55, (16) Utah 28
      • (6) Boise State 63, Idaho 25
      • (7) Georgia Tech 49, Duke 10
        • The Yellow Jackets book a trip to Tampa for the ACC Championship Game.
      • (8) LSU 24, Louisiana Tech 16
      • Stanford 55, (9) USC 21
        • The Cardinal hand the Trojans their worst home loss since 1966, and put up the highest score of any USC opponent in history.
      • (11) Ohio State 27, (10) Iowa 24 (OT)
        • Devin Barclay's 39-yard field goal in the first overtime gives the Buckeyes the Big Ten's automatic BCS berth, most likely putting them in the Rose Bowl.
      • Played earlier this week: (5) Cincinnati
    • Other games:
      • North Carolina 33, (14) Miami 24
      • UCF 37, (15) Houston 32
      • California 24, (17) Arizona 16

Auto racing

Baseball

Bobsleigh

Boxing

Canadian football

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Gymnastics

  • Trampoline World Championships in Saint Petersburg, Russia:
    • Double Mini Men: 1 André Lico (POR) 75.500 2 Tim Lunding (SWE) 69.600 3 André Fernandes (POR) 69.300
    • Tumbling Men: 1 Tagir Murtazaev (RUS) 77.300 2 Yang Song (CHN) 75.000 3 Mikhail Kostyanov (RUS) 73.900
    • Double Mini Women: 1 Victoria Voronina (RUS) 68.300 2 Galina Goncharenko (RUS) 68.000 3 Corissa Boychuk (CAN) 67.100
    • Trampoline Synchro Men: 1 Tetsuya Sotomura/Yasuhiro Ueyama (JPN) 50.800 2 Sébastien Martiny/Grégoire Pennes (FRA) 50.000 3 Oleksandr Chernonos/Yuriy Nikitin (UKR) 50.000
    • Tumbling Women: 1 Anna Korobeynikova (RUS) 69.400 2 Elena Krasnokutskaya (RUS) 66.900 3 Ashley Speed (CAN) 62.800
    • Individual Trampoline Women: 1 Huang Shanshan (CHN) 39.500 2 He Wenna (CHN) 39.400 3 Karen Cockburn (CAN) 38.700

Rugby league

Rugby union

Short track speed skating

Speed skating

Volleyball

November 13, 2009 (Friday)

American football

  • NCAA:
    • BCS Top 10 (unbeaten team in bold):
      • (5) Cincinnati 24, (25) West Virginia 21
        • The Bearcats go to 10–0 for the first time in history.

Auto racing

  • Camping World Truck Series:
    • Ron Hornaday clinches his record fourth Truck Series title by finishing fourth at the Lucas Oil 150, the first of three NASCAR races this weekend at Phoenix. The 51-year-old Hornaday also becomes the oldest driver ever to win a season title in a NASCAR national touring series.

Basketball

Bobsleigh

Cricket

  • England in South Africa:
  • Pakistan v New Zealand in UAE:
    • 2nd T20I in Dubai:
      •  Pakistan 153/5 (20/20 ov);  New Zealand 146/5 (20/20 ov). Pakistan win by 7 runs, win the 2-match series 2–0.

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Gymnastics

Rugby union

Speed skating

November 12, 2009 (Thursday)

American football

Basketball

Cricket

  • Pakistan v New Zealand in UAE:
    • 1st T20I in Dubai:
      •  Pakistan 161/8 (20/20 ov);  New Zealand 112 (18.3/20 ov). Pakistan win by 49 runs, lead the 2-match series 1–0.

Football (soccer)

  • U-17 World Cup in Nigeria:
  • UEFA Women's Champions League Round of 16, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
    • Lyon France 5–0 (1–0) Denmark Fortuna Hjørring. Lyon win 6–0 on aggregate.
  • Copa Sudamericana Semifinals, first leg:

Gymnastics

Rugby union

Skeleton

Snooker

Volleyball

November 11, 2009 (Wednesday)

Basketball

Cricket

  • Australia in India:
    • 7th ODI in Navi Mumbai:
      • Match abandoned without a ball bowled. Australia win the 7-match series 4–2.

Football (soccer)

  • UEFA Women's Champions League Round of 16, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
    • Torres Italy 4–1 (4–1) Austria Neulengbach. Torres win 8–2 on aggregate.
    • Arsenal England 2–0 (3–0) Czech Republic Sparta Praha. Arsenal win 5–0 on aggregate.
    • Zvezda 2005 Perm Russia 1–1 (0–0) Norway Røa. 1–1 on aggregate, Røa win on away goals.
    • Umeå Sweden 1–1 (1–0) Russia Rossiyanka. Umeå win 2–1 on aggregate.
    • Bayern Munich Germany 0–1 (ET) (0–0) France Montpellier. Montpellier win 1–0 on aggregate.
    • Linköping Sweden 0–2 (1–1) Germany Duisburg. Duisburg win 3–1 on aggregate.
    • Brøndby Denmark 0–4 (0–1) Germany Turbine Potsdam. Turbine Potsdam win 5–0 on aggregate.
  • Copa Sudamericana Semifinals, first leg:

Volleyball

November 10, 2009 (Tuesday)

Cricket

Football (Soccer)

Volleyball

November 9, 2009 (Monday)

American football

Basketball

  • NCAA:
    • Jim Boeheim becomes the eighth Division I coach to record 800 wins, reaching the mark in his 1,087th game, as Syracuse defeats Albany 75–43.

Cricket

  • Pakistan v New Zealand in UAE:

Football (soccer)

Poker

November 8, 2009 (Sunday)

American football

Auto racing

Cricket

  • Australia in India:
    • 6th ODI in Guwahati:
      •  India 170 (48 ov);  Australia 172/4 (41.5 ov). Australia win by 6 wickets, clinch the series and lead the 7-match series 4–2.
  • Zimbabwe in South Africa:

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Golf

Motorcycle racing

Rugby league

Short track speed skating

Speed skating

Tennis

Volleyball

November 7, 2009 (Saturday)

American football

  • NCAA:
    • BCS Top 10 (unbeaten teams in bold):
      • (1) Florida 27, Vanderbilt 3
      • (2) Texas 35, UCF 3
      • (3) Alabama 24, (9) LSU 15
        • The Tide book their place in the SEC Championship Game against Florida.
      • Northwestern 17, (4) Iowa 10
        • Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi is knocked out of the game with an apparent ankle injury on a play that gives the Wildcats their first touchdown, and the Hawkeyes' unbeaten season and national title hopes go down with him.
      • (5) Cincinnati 47, Connecticut 45
      • (6) TCU 55, San Diego State 12
      • Stanford 51, (8) Oregon 42
      • (10) Georgia Tech 30, Wake Forest 27 (OT)
      • Played earlier this week: (7) Boise State
    • Other games:
      • (16) Ohio State 24, (11) Penn State 7
      • Oregon State 31, (20) California 14
      • Navy 23, (22) Notre Dame 21
        • The Midshipmen win consecutive games in South Bend for the first time since 1961 and 1963.
      • Nebraska 10, (24) Oklahoma 3

Auto racing

Baseball

Canadian football

Figure skating

Football (soccer)

Horse racing

Rugby league

  • Four Nations: (teams in bold advance to the Final)

Rugby union

Short track speed skating

Speed skating

Tennis

Volleyball

November 6, 2009 (Friday)

American football

  • NCAA BCS Top 10 (unbeaten team in bold):
    • (7) Boise State 45, Louisiana Tech 35

Cricket

Figure skating

Horse racing

Rugby union

Speed skating

November 5, 2009 (Thursday)

Baseball

Basketball

Cricket

Football (soccer)

Snooker

Volleyball

  • Men’s Club World Championship in Doha, Qatar: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
    • Pool A:
      • Zenit Kazan Russia 3–0 Egypt Zamalek
      • Plataneros de Corozal Puerto Rico 0–3 Italy Trentino BetClic
        • Final standings: Trentino BetClic 6 points, Zenit Kazan 5, Zamalek 4, Plataneros de Corozal 3.
    • Pool B:
      • Paykan Tehran Iran 3–0 Qatar Al-Arabi
      • Cimed Brazil 1–3 Poland PGE Skra Bełchatów
        • Final standings: PGE Skra Bełchatów 6 points, Paykan Tehran 5, Cimed 4, Al-Arabi 3.

November 4, 2009 (Wednesday)

Baseball

Basketball

Football (soccer)

Volleyball

  • Men’s Club World Championship in Doha, Qatar: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
    • Pool A:
      • Zamalek Egypt 3–2 Puerto Rico Plataneros de Corozal
      • Trentino BetClic Italy 3–2 Russia Zenit Kazan
        • Standings: Trentino BetClic 4 points, Zenit Kazan, Zamalek 3, Plataneros de Corozal 2.
    • Pool B:
      • Al-Arabi Qatar 1–3 Brazil Cimed
      • PGE Skra Bełchatów Poland 3–0 Iran Paykan Tehran
        • Standings: PGE Skra Bełchatów 4 points, Cimed, Paykan Tehran 3, Al-Arabi 2.

November 3, 2009 (Tuesday)

Baseball

Canadian football

Cricket

  • Zimbabwe in Bangladesh:
    • 4th ODI in Chittagong:
      •  Zimbabwe 44 (24.5 ov);  Bangladesh 49/4 (11.5 ov). Bangladesh win by 6 wickets, lead the 5-match series 3–1.
        • Zimbabwe's 44 is the 5th lowest score in One-day internationals. Only 3 players in both teams managed to score in double-figures.
  • Pakistan v New Zealand in UAE:

Football (soccer)

Horse racing

Rugby union

Volleyball

November 2, 2009 (Monday)

American football

Baseball

Cricket

  • Australia in India:
    • 4th ODI in Mohali:
      •  Australia 250 (49.2 ov);  India 226 (46.4 ov). Australia win by 24 runs. 7-match series level 2–2.

November 1, 2009 (Sunday)

American football

Athletics

Auto racing

Badminton

Baseball

Football (soccer)

  • U-17 World Cup in Nigeria: (teams in bold advance to the round of 16)
    • Group E:
      • Malawi  1–4  Spain
      • United States United States 1–0  United Arab Emirates
        • Final standings: Spain 9 points, USA 6, UAE 3, Malawi 0.
          • UAE advance to the round of 16 by virtue of a better fair-play record than Brazil and Netherlands.
    • Group F:
      • Korea Republic South Korea 2–0  Algeria
      • Italy  0–0  Uruguay
        • Final standings: Italy 7 points, Korea 6, Uruguay 4, Algeria 0.
  • CAF Champions League finals, first leg:
  • Sweden Allsvenskan, final matchday: (league standings in parentheses, team in bold qualify for the Champions League, teams in italics qualify for the Europa League)
    • (2) IFK Göteborg 1–2 (1) AIK
    • (3) Elfsborg 1–0 (7) Helsingborg
    • (14) Djurgården 2–0 (4) Kalmar
      • Final standings: AIK 61 points, IFK Göteborg 57, Elfsborg 55, Kalmar 50.
        • AIK win the championship for the 11th time in their history, and the first time since 1998, after beating IFK Göteborg in a deciding match, in which IFK needed a win to clinch the title. The two teams will meet again on November 7 in the Swedish Cup Final.
  • Norway Norwegian Premier League, final matchday:
    • Final standings: Rosenborg 69 points, Molde 56, Stabæk 53.
      • Rosenborg win the championship for the 21st time, after a break of 3 years.
  • United States MLS Cup Playoffs:

Golf

Rugby league

  • European Cup: (teams in bold advance to the final)
    • Group 1:
      • Scotland  22–10  Lebanon
        • Final standings: Scotland 4 points, Lebanon 2, Italy 0.
    • Group 2:
      • Wales  42–12  Ireland
        • Final standings: Wales 4 points, Ireland 2, Serbia 0.
  • Pacific Cup:

Tennis



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