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September 17, 1998

Baseball

Astros: Recalled P Brian Sikorski from Triple-A New Orleans.

Marlins: Announced resignation of Gary Hughes, VP of player personnel, effective at end of season.

Basketball

USBL: Jacksonville Barracudas are relocating to Sarasota, Fla.

College

Patriot League: Named Navy junior outside hitter Rachel Shropa volleyball Offensive Player of the Week.

Soccer America: Named Navy junior M Michelle Nance women's Player of the Week.

Colorado College: Named Mike McCubbin men's basketball coach.

Football

NFL: Named following NFL Players of the Week: AFC offense, Broncos RB Terrell Davis; AFC defense, Ravens CB Rod Woodson; AFC special teams, Jaguars PR-KR Reggie Barlow; NFC offense, 49ers QB Steve Young; NFC defense, Packers DE Reggie White; NFC special teams, Buccaneers PR Jacquez Green.

Broncos: Signed DT Duane Ashman to practice squad.

Colts: Signed DE Van Tuinei. Waived DE Steven Conley. Re-signed WR Kuipo McGuire to practice squad.

Hockey

NHL: Announced that Maple Leafs will be host of 2000 All-Star Game, the league's 50th.

Canucks: Suspended RW Pavel Bure -- 3-time 50-goal scorer -- for failure to participate in training camp.

Mighty Ducks: Re-signed D Pavel Trnka to one-year contract.

Oilers: Returned D Lukas Zib to HC Ceske Budejovice of Czech Republic Elite League.

Penguins: Signed D Josef Melichar.

Sabres: Named Jim Corsi goaltender coach.

Tennis

USTA: Named Julia A. Levering first female president, effective Jan. 1, 1999.

Pub Date: 9/17/98

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