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April 02, 1997

Basketball

NBA: Utah Jazz F Karl Malone chosen league's Player of Month, Jazz coach Jerry Sloan chosen Coach of Month, and Raptors F Marcus Camby chosen Rookie of Month.

Clippers: Placed C Dwayne Schintzius on injured list. Signed C Rich Manning to 10-day contract.

Heat: Activated F Dan Majerle, who missed 45 games with back injury and surgery.

Sonics: Activated F Detlef Schrempf, who missed 17 games with a tendon injury in his left foot. Placed G Greg Graham (patellar tendinitis) on injured list.

USA Basketball: Named Purdue's Nell Fortner head coach for U.S. Women's National team.

Football

Cardinals: Named former LB Garth Jax coordinator of NFL programs and community outreach.

Falcons: Agreed to terms with OL Jeff Pahukoa and CB Lenny McGill on one-year contracts.

Jaguars: Signed WR Willie Jackson, WR Curtis Marsh, LB Brant Boyer and S Darren Studstill.

Raiders: Signed OT Danny Villa of Chiefs.

Hockey

NHL: Stars C Mike Modano chosen Player of Month, and Maple Leafs C Steve Sullivan as Rookie of Month.

Capitals: Reassigned G Marc Seliger to ECHL Hampton Roads.

Canucks: Returned LW Larry Courville to AHL Syracuse.

Coyotes: Announced an affiliation agreement with AHL Springfield through 1999-2000 season with a two-year option.

Bandits (AHL): Signed C Matt Cullen to amateur tryout agreement.

Soccer

MetroStars: Signed Brazilian MF Guido Alves Pereira Neto, 21.

Colleges

Cornell: Named Eric Jackson defensive backfield coach.

Jacksonville: Named Mark Fetterman, Ed Foley and Paul Guenther assistant football coaches.

New Mexico State: Named Tim Touma assistant baseball coach.

North Dakota State: Announced resignation of Tom Billeter, men's basketball coach, to take an assistant coach's position at St. John's.

Rhode Island: Signed Al Skinner, men's basketball coach, to a three-year contract.

Pub Date: 4/02/97

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