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April 06, 1994

Baseball

Orioles -- Assigned P Sid Fernandez to Single-A Albany for injury rehabilitation. Announced that IF Rene Gonzales turned down an invitation to join Triple-A Rochester and declared himself a free agent.

Minnesota Twins -- Placed OF Shane Mack on the 15-day DL retroactive to March 29 due to a sore right shoulder. Purchased the contract of OF Alex Cole.

Bowie Baysox -- Announced that WMJS (92.7 FM) in Prince

Frederick will broadcast 140 games.

Basketball

OC Indiana Pacers -- Placed G Pooh Richardson on the injured list.

College

Ashland -- Named Stephen Parker men's and women's soccer coach.

Auburn -- Named Cliff Ellis basketball coach.

Butler -- Announced the retirement of women's softball coach Barbara Greenburg, effective at the end of the season.

California -- Named Devin Scruggs women's assistant volleyball coach.

Chicago -- Named Dick Maloney football coach.

Geneva -- Announced the resignation of women's basketball and tennis coach Kim Gall.

Iona -- Named Patrick Murphy assistant athletic director.

Pittsburgh -- Named Bobby Jones men's assistant basketball coach.

Pratt -- Announced the resignation of recreation supervisor Demetrius Jenkins.

Samford -- Named Carroll McCray offensive line coach. Promoted quarterbacks and wide receivers coach Roger Carr (ex-Baltimore Colt) to offensive coordinator.

Tennessee -- Named Craig McMillan men's assistant basketball coach.

U.S. Basketball Writers Association -- Named the women's All-America basketball team: Lisa Leslie, Southern Cal; E. C. Hill, Northern Illinois; Necole Tunsil, Iowa; Natalie Williams, UCLA; Niesa Johnson, Alabama; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut; Nikki McCray, Tennessee; Andrea Nagy, Florida International; Shelley Sheetz, Colorado; Katie Smith, Ohio State. Player of the Year: Lisa Leslie. Coach of the Year: Ceal Barry, Colorado. Freshman of the Year: Leslie Johnson, Purdue.

Football

Chicago Bears -- Signed unrestricted free-agent RB Lewis Tillman, who had been with the New York Giants; signed RB Robert Green, WR Chris Holder, WR Greg Primus and OL Frank Kmet. Named John Bostrom manager of promotions and special events and Doug Green assistant director of public relations.

Denver Broncos -- Named Dr. Richard Hawkins team physician.

Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed DT Tony Casillas.

New York Giants -- Signed T Doug Riesenberg. Named Bill Smith assistant director of marketing and Jon Berger director of computer services.

Washington Redskins -- Re-signed free-agent DE Jeff Faulkner to a one-year contract.

CFL Colts -- Signed RB Victor Pegram, LB Eric Hickerson, DE David Webb, WR Joe Washington and OG Jason Youngblood.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) -- Signed slotback Jeremy Braitenback, LB Jeff Nichol and DB Chris Harris.

Las Vegas Posse (CFL) -- Signed WR Larry Thompson and PK Mike Gillette.

Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL) -- Named Mike Bender offensive line coach.

Hockey

NHL -- Named Pavel Bure of the Vancouver Canucks (30 points in 16 games) Player of the Month.

Buffalo Sabres -- Returned LW Matthew Barnaby and C Doug MacDonald to AHL Rochester.

Soccer

Baltimore Bays -- Named Maurice Boylan Jr. head coach of the new Lady Bays team. Named Bob Ramsey as the team's administrator.

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