For The Record

April 20, 2002

Moves

Baseball

BREWERS: Activated P Ray King. Optioned P Brian Mallette to Triple-A Indianapolis.

CARDINALS: Recalled pitcher Josh Pearce from Triple-A Memphis.

ORIOLES: Announced that C Fernando Lunar cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Rochester.

ROYALS: Recalled P Chris George from Triple-A Omaha.

TWINS: Activated OF Brian Buchanan from DL. Optioned C Matthew LeCroy to Triple-A Edmonton.

Basketball

GRIZZLIES: Fired GM Billy Knight.

KNICKS: Reducd fine of G Latrell Sprewell for missing shootaround last weekend from $125,000 to $2,500.

LYNX (WNBA): Traded F Erin Buescher and F Maylana Martin to Sting for G Shaunzinski Gortman.

FIRE (WNBA): Traded G Sophia Witherspoon and rights to G Nikki Teasley (St. John's Prospect Hall) to Sparks for G Ukari Figgs and rights to Gergana Slavtcheva.

College

EASTERN ILLINOIS: Named Sheila Adams women's assistant basketball coach.

FLORIDA: Announced that men's sophomore basketball G Orien Greene will transfer to another school.

IONA: Named Tony Bozzella women's basketball coach.

KANSAS: Announced that F Drew Gooden will forgo his senior season and enter the NBA draft.

LONG ISLAND U.: Announced resignation of women's basketball coach Tony Bozzella to take same position at Iona.

UMBC: Granted C Will McClurkin, F Peter Mulligan and G Ron Yates releases from men's basketball scholarships with intent to transfer.

MISSOURI-ROLLA: Announced resignation of women's basketball coach Linda Roberts.

OREGON: Named John Cooper men's assistant basketball coach.

SANTA CLARA: Extended contract of women's basketball coach Chris Denker through 2005-06 season.

TENNESSEE: Announced that men's sophomore basketball G Scooter McFadgon will transfer from Memphis.

WASHINGTON: Suspended freshman WR Charles Fredrick indefinitely for missing spring practices.

Football

BEARS: Matched Chiefs' $12 million, four-year offer sheet for LB Warrick Holdman.

COLTS: Traded 2002 fifth-round draft pick for QB Brock Huard.

VIKINGS: Agreed to terms with TE Hunter Goodwin.

Hockey

MIGHTY DUCKS: Fired president and GM Pierre Gauthier.

PANTHERS: Assigned D Brad Norton to AHL Hershey.

Soccer

UNITED (MLS): Signed F Dennis Ludwig, selected 40th overall in SuperDraft, to developmental contract.

Colleges

Baseball Coppin State 13, UMES 10 James Madison 6, Towson 1 Wake Forest 19, Maryland 0 Wash. Coll. 11, West. Md. 2

Softball A.Arundel CC 4-2, Potomac St 3-6 Bowie State 10, Shaw 6 Coppin State 8-8, UMES 0-1

Lacrosse

All-CAA Women's teams

First team Attack: Kristin Marshall, sr., Hofstra; Stacey Morlang, sr., Loyola; Jill Toomey, jr., George Mason. Midfield: Suzanne Eyler, sr., Loyola; Kathleen Mikowski, jr., Hofstra; Lisa Staedt, jr., James Madison; Suzanne Wosczyna, so., Old Dominion; Megan Zimmer, sr., Hofstra; Defense: Jen Albright, jr., Loyola; Marianne Gioffre, sr., Loyola; Kerry Miller, sr., George Mason; Paula Priest, jr., George Mason; Goalie: Tricia Dabrowski, sr., Loyola. Second team Attack: Colette Chaput, sr., William & Mary; Gail Decker, so., James Madison; Ashley Moderacki, sr., Delaware; Corinne Shuck, sr., Delaware. Midfield: Kristen Dinisio, sr., James Madison; Alliston Evans, jr., William & Mary; Lisa Hagan, so., George Mason; Kristyn Krastel, jr., M; Katrina Rand, jr., Drexel; Megan Schneider, sr., William & Mary. Defense: Kendra Finger, sr., Old Dominion; Lauren Nelson, sr., William & Mary; Brooke Thomas, sr., Old Dominion. Goalie: Meg Dentler, fr., George Mason. Player of the Year-Lisa Staedt, James Madison; Rookie of the Year-Meg Dentler, George Mason; Defensive Player of the Year-Tricia Dabrowski, Loyola; Coach of the Year-Sue Stahl, Old Dominion.

Tennis

CAA Championships

(in Richmond, Va.) Men: William & Mary 4, Towson 0 Women: VCU 6, Towson 0

MEAC Championships

(in Tallahassee, Fla.) Men N.C. A&T 4, Morgan St. 0 Norfolk State 4, Coppin State 2 South Carolina State 4, UMES 2 Coppin State 4, Morgan State 1 Women Bethune-Cookman 4, Morgan St. 2 Delaware State 5, UMES 0 Morgan St. 4, N.C. A&T 2

Golf

ACC Championships

Men (in New London, N.C.) Team scores after first round: 1. Georgia Tech, 271; 2. Clemson, 280; 3. North Carolina, 283; 4. North Carolina State, 288; 5. Wake Forest, 290; 6. (tie) Duke, Virginia, 291; 8. Florida State, 292; 9. Maryland, 294. Women (in Clemmons, N.C.) Team scores after first round: 1. Duke, 284; 2. N.C. State, 295; 3. Wake Forest, 297; 4. Florida State, 301; 5. Maryland, 306; 6. North Carolina, 311.

CAA Men's Champ.

(in Glen Allen, Va.) Team scores after first round: 1. Virginia Commonwealth, 279; 2. UNC Wilmington, 281; 3. James Madison, 285; 4. William & Mary, 287; 5. Towson, 288; 6. Old Dominion, 289; 7. Delaware, 302; 8. George Mason, 305; 9. Drexel, 318; 10. Hofstra, 323.

Gettysburg Invitational

Women Team scores: 1. Mount St. Mary's, 397; 2. Gettysburg, 427; 3. Muhlenberg, 499. Soccer

MISL playoffs

Yesterday's semifinals

Milwaukee 18, Blast 12 Philadelphia 18, K.C. 13

MLS

Today's games

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