Associated Press BOSTON Robert Cheruiyot became the 12th Kenyan in 13 years to win the Boston Marathon, and his countrymen took the next four spots in the 107th running of the race. With the top three finishers running for the first time in Boston, Kenyans seem poised to keep their grasp on the race. Eddy Hellebuyck finished 10th as the top American in the field Svetlana Zakharova of Russia won the womens race to prevent a second straight Kenyan sweep. Marla Runyan, who is legally blind, was fifth the best finish for a U.S. runner since 1993. BASEBALL Randy Johnson placed on DL PHOENIX The Arizona Diamondbacks placed Randy Johnson on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained right knee and hope hell be able to return to the rotation Sunday. Johnson has been experiencing inflammation and swelling in his right knee since his last start on April 11. He was initially scheduled to return last Wednesday. Rickey Henderson will soon put on a new jersey in New Jersey. Hoping to play again in the major leagues but still searching for a spot, the 44-year-old Henderson will sign this week with a team in the independent Atlantic League, his agent said Monday. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Self takes over at Kansas LAWRENCE, Kan. Bill Self is back where his career began. He was introduced Monday as the new basketball coach at Kansas, which lost Roy Williams to North Carolina a week after losing the NCAA championship game. Self talked about smoothing over the bitterness stirred by Williams departure and similar feelings at Illinois, where Self coached for three years. His record there was 78-24, and he led the team to the NCAA tournament each year, reaching the final eight in 2001. DES MOINES, Iowa Four years after being let go as basketball coach at Iowa, Tom Davis was hired to rebuild the downtrodden program at Drake. Derek Thomas will take over the Western Illinois mens basketball program after serving as an assistant at UNLV, while former George Mason head coach Ernie Nestor has been hired to serve as mens basketball coach at Elon. ANN ARBOR, Mich. Michigan introduced former Southwest Missouri State coach Cheryl Burnett as its new womens basketball coach Monday. Burnett replaces Sue Guevara, who resigned on March 24 as Michigans winningest coach with a 123-82 record over seven seasons. Burnett resigned from Southwest Missouri State almost a year ago as its most-successful coach with a 319-136 mark after leading the program to the Final Four twice from 1987-2002. AUTO RACING A.J. Foyt IV steps into drivers seat A.J. Foyt IV became the youngest driver in Indianapolis 500 history to pass his rookie test, and will now have a chance to qualify for this years 33-car field. Foyt, the grandson of four-time Indy 500 champion A.J. Foyt, is 18 years old. FOOTBALL Weathersby recovering after being shot DUARTE, Calif. Top NFL draft prospect Dennis Weathersby is expected to make a complete recovery after he was shot in the back in suspected gang-related violence. The former Oregon State cornerback was in stable condition Monday and was expected to be released from the hospital no later than Wednesday, agent Gary Uberstine said. No surgery was required. GOLF Nicklaus sues ball company COLUMBUS Golfer Jack Nicklaus is suing a sporting goods company which has introduced a line of golf balls carrying the brand JACK. Anytime you put Jack with golf, you and everyone else knows who were talking about, said Michael R. Reed, an attorney for Nicklaus and his golf equipment companies.