BaseballSee Page 6CCollegeClemson -- Announced that F...

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April 14, 1995

Baseball

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College

Clemson -- Announced that F Michael Tabb has asked to be released from the basketball program so he can transfer.

East Carolina -- Named Anne Donovan women's basketball coach.

Ohio University -- Announced that F Gary Trent will forgo his senior year of eligibility and apply for the NBA draft.

Southern Indiana -- Named Steve Newton athletic director.

Southern Methodist -- Announced the resignation of John Shumate, men's basketball coach.

Washington State -- Signed Mike Price, football coach, to a five-year contract.

Football

Atlanta Falcons -- Signed RB Tony Vinson (Towson State) to a two-year contract.

New York Jets -- Signed CB Otis Smith to a two-year contract.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Signed LB Rico Mack, RB Ed Toner and CB Chris Oldham.

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed S Dedrick Dodge and CB/KR Clifford Hicks.

Seattle Seahawks -- Signed S Tony Covington to a two-year contract.

St. Louis Rams -- Declined to match San Francisco's offer to CB Marquez Pope and received the 49ers' second-round pick as compensation.

Canadian Football League -- Named Baltimore rush end O. J. Brigance Eastern Division nominee and Calgary Stampeders K Mark McLoughlin Western Division nominee for the 1994 Tom Pate Award, given to the player who exemplifies outstanding sportsmanship and contributes to his team and community.

Hockey

NHL -- Suspended Tampa Bay Lightning D Enrico Ciccone two games without pay and fined him $500 for head-butting Steve Thomas of the New York Islanders on Tuesday night.

Buffalo Sabres -- Signed C Brian Holzinger to a multi-year contract.

Detroit Red Wings -- Recalled D Mark Ferner from AHL Adirondack.

Ottawa Senators -- Returned D Lance Pitlick to AHL Prince Edward Island.

San Jose Sharks -- Reassigned D Vlastimal Kroupa to IHL

Kansas City.

Olympics

USA Basketball -- Named Stanford's Tara VanDerveer coach of the 1996 Olympic women's basketball team and of the 1995-96 women's senior national team.

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