Golfer Annika Sorenstam and Major League Soccer player Guillermo Barros Schelotto of the Columbus Crew

Annika Sorenstam closes out her storied LPGA career this weekend at the season-ending ADT Championship. The Swedish sensation has won 10 Majors, earned more then $20 million in prize money, scored an LPGA record 59 round, became a media sensation when she participated in a 2003 PGA Tour event and set a standard for class in the sport. Golf Channel has the second and third rounds of the ADT (Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov. 22, 2 pm/ET), then NBC takes over for Sunday's final round (Nov. 23, 3 pm/ET)...

Also coming to end Sunday: Major League Soccer's long and winding season. The top-seeded Columbus Crew will play the underdog New York Red Bulls at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, for MLS Cup 2008 (Nov. 23, 3:30 pm/ET, ABC). Both teams are making their first-ever appearance in the league championship game. The Crew led the regular season with a 17-7-6 record and on Thursday midfielder Guillermo Barros Schelotto was named MVP of the 2008 season. But don't count out the Red Bulls, who barely made it into the playoffs, and were forced to play as a wild-card team the Western Conference bracket. They've looked sharp in the post-season, knocking off two-time defending MLS Cup winner Houston Dynamo along the way. "March Madness has Cinderellas right? I'll tell you what, MLS Cup has one, too. The last team to qualify, but we're right there," says New York midfielder Dave van den Bergh...

There are lots of huge college football games on Saturday. One with zero BCS implications but still worth watching is the 125th annual meeting of Harvard and Yale (Nov. 22, noon/ET, Versus). The Ivy League title is on the line, and what could be more motivating than playing your archrival? Yale leads the all-time series — the third most-played rivalry in college football — with a 65-51-8 record...

The United States didn't make it to the Davis Cup Final, but tennis fans can still watch Argentina host Spain in Mar del Plata — provided your cable company carries the Tennis Channel. The first two singles matches begin at 10 am/ET Friday, the doubles match is Saturday at 11 am/ET and the reverse singles are Sunday at 9 am/ET...

And speaking of up-and-coming cable channels, if you've got CBS College Sports, then you can watch the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championships, Sunday (Nov. 23, 1 pm/ET).