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November 10, 1999

Baseball

Athletics: Named Bob Geren manager of Triple-A Sacramento.

Braves: Named former Oriole Merv Rettenmund hitting coach.

Rangers: Claimed P Brian Sikorski off waivers from Astros. Added Bill Wood to pro scouting staff.

Basketball

Hornets: Signed G Michael Hawkins.

College

ACC: Named Maryland's Maren Stuart volleyball co-Player of the Week. Named North Carolina State's Christy Nichol (Arundel) to all-conference cross country team. Named Clemson junior M Mike Potempa (Loyola High) men's soccer Player of the Week.

Capital Athletic Conference: Named York College F Dawn Rumbley (C. Milton Wright) women's soccer Rookie of the Year and the only freshman to make all-conference first team.

Patriot League: Named Navy's Rachel Shropa volleyball Defensive Player of the Week.

Bradley: Suspended G-F Reggie Hall from basketball team after he was charged with using a teammate's driver's license to enter a Peoria, Ill., tavern.

Central Michigan: Football coach Dick Flynn (2-7 this season; 28-37 career) resigned, effective Nov. 22.

Loyola (Illinois): Named Jim Harrick Jr. men's assistant coach.

Football

Bears: Agreed to terms with QB Craig Erickson. Placed WR Macey Brooks on IR. Waived RB Damon Washington from practice squad. Signed CB Zebbie Lethridge.

Broncos: Waived CB Jason Suttle.

Browns: Released WR David Dunn. Signed DE Bill Duff. Designated LB Jason Kyle as practice eligible.

Eagles: Waived DT Bill Johnson.

49ers: Waived DT Shane Bonham.

Packers: Placed LB Brian Williams on IR. Signed DB Keith Crawford. Placed T Barry Stokes on waivers.

Redskins: Re-signed G Rod Milstead. Waived P Brian Hansen.

Seahawks: Waived CB Robert Williams. Signed free-agent long snapper Mark Rodenhauser.

Hockey

Senators: Signed D Bobby Dollas to multi-year contract.

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