For The Record

May 11, 2002



BLUE JAYS: Placed 2B Homer Bush on waivers for purpose of giving him unconditional release.

BRAVES: Optioned P Tim Spooneybarger to Triple-A Richmond.

BREWERS: Purchased contract of former Orioles minor-league P Everett Stull from Triple-A Indianapolis. Optioned P Brian Mallette to Indianapolis. Transferred P Paul Rigdon from 15- to 60-day DL.

CUBS: Purchased contract of 2B Bobby Hill from Triple-A Iowa. Placed P Carlos Zambrano on 15-day DL with strained right elbow.

DODGERS: Placed P Terry Mulholland on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 4, with strained lower back. Recalled P Jeff Williams from Triple-A Las Vegas.

INDIANS: Recalled P Alex Herrera from Double-A Akron. Optioned IF Earl Synder to Triple-A Buffalo.

PADRES: Placed P Kevin Jarvis on 15-day DL with strained elbow. Recalled P Dennis Tankersley from Double-A Mobile. Sent P Andy Shibilo to Mobile. Recalled P Jason Middlebrook from Triple-A Portland.

PIRATES: Activated OF Chad Hermansen. Optioned IF Abraham Nunez to Triple-A Nashville.

REDS: Released Double-A IF Pete Rose Jr.

ROCKIES: Placed P Shawn Chacon on 15-day DL with strained muscle in chest. Recalled IF Brent Butler from Triple-A Colorado Springs.

TWINS: Placed 3B Corey Koskie on 15-day DL with strained right hamstring. Purchased contract of former Orioles IF Casey Blake from Triple-A Edmonton. Waived IF Warren Morris.

WINNIPEG (Independent): Signed former Orioles minor-league OF Harry Berrios.


NBA: Owners approved move of Charlotte Hornets to New Orleans.

MIRACLE (WNBA): Announced that rookie F Davalyn Cunningham will be out six weeks after breaking ring finger of right hand.


INDIANA STATE: Announced that junior F Kristy Thomann has left women's basketball team.

NORTHERN IOWA: Will eliminate men's and women's swimming and men's and women's tennis.

NORTHERN COLORADO: Trustees approved move to NCAA Division I competition.

WEST VIRGINIA TECH: Named Drew Catlett men's basketball coach.


BENGALS: Agreed to four-year contract with TE Matt Schobel, third-round draft pick.

BUCCANEERS: Agreed to one-year contract with P Tom Tupa. Signed following rookie free agents: long snapper Mike Malczyk and DT Tommie Townsend.

GIANTS: Signed following rookie free agents: DB Tad Golden, OL Ryan Deterding and DL Brad Harris.

JETS: Waived WR-KR Craig Yeast.

PACKERS: Signed rookie free-agent QB Marcus Brady.


CANADIENS: Ended affiliation agreement with AHL Quebec.

CAPITALS: Fired coach Ron Wilson. Extended agreement with AHL Portland through 2005-06.

PANTHERS: Fired interim GM Chuck Fletcher. Named Rick Dudley GM.

Pro soccer


Today's games

Washington at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. Boston at Carolina, 7 p.m. New York at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Colleges


All-CAA men's team

First team-Attack: Tom Kessler, Hofstra; Michael Sullivan, Loyola; Ryan Obloj, Towson. Midfield: Danny Cocchi, Towson; Jim Fink, Loyola; Mike Holloway, Villanova. Defense: Nicky Polanco, Hofstra; Mike Stromberg, Loyola; Adam Baxter, Towson. Goalie: Mark Bloomquist, Loyola. Second team-Attack: Scott Dooley, Hofstra; Stephen Brundage, Loyola; T.J. Hutmacher, Sacred Heart. Midfield: Zak Smith, Towson; Pat Friel, Drexel; Owen Corso, Villanova. Defense: Evan LaPenna, Hofstra; Joe Tuohey, Drexel; John Brasko, Loyola. Goalie: Jack Alaimo, Hofstra. Player of the Year: Nicky Polanco, Hofstra. CAA Defensive Player of the Year: Nicky Polanco, Hofstra. Rookie of the Year: Sean Moloney, Drexel. Coach of the Year: John Danowski, Hofstra.


All-ACC men's team

Dustin Bray, North Carolina; Corey Brigham, Maryland; Bill Haas, Wake Forest, Gregg Jones, Clemson; Steve Marino, Virginia; Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech; Kris Mikkelsen, Georgia Tech; Garth Mulroy, N.C. State; D.J. Trahan, Clemson; Justin Walters, N.C. State; Brent Wanner, Wake Forest; Matt Weibring, Georgia Tech. Player of the Year: D.J. Trahan, Clemson. Rookie of the Year: Chan Wongluekiet, Georgia Tech. Coach of the Year: Bruce Heppler, Georgia Tech.



NCAA tournament Duke 4, UMBC 0


ACC Tournament Georgia Tech 1, Maryland 0, 9 inn. CAA Tournament Towson 5, Drexel 0 Towson 3, George Mason 0 JUCO District H Championship Anne Arundel 13-9, Holyoke 2-2 NCAA play-in game UMBC 4, Bethune-Cookman 1 NCAA East Regional, round robin Western Maryland 6, Salisbury 2 Cabrini 6, Western Maryland 1 Salisbury 7, Moravian 4


Salisbury 6, Montclair 1 Towson 5, Old Dominion 4 MEAC tournament Bethune-Cookman 8, Coppin State 2 Delaware State 18, Coppin State 5

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