For The Record

May 22, 2002

Tennis

Local

Greenspring Open

(at Greenspring Raquet Club) Men's singles, second round No.1 Ricardo Vinet def. Gunnar Salumaa, 6-4, 6-4; No.5 Chris Stambaugh def. Matt Bilger, 6-4, 7-6; No.4 Ben Hatten def. Arcadio Reyes, 6-1, 6-0; Michael Scherer def. No.6 Jamal Johnson by default; No.3 Matt Lennox def. J.B. Wogun, 6-0, 6-3; Brian Crook def. Scott Nguyen, 6-0, 6-0; No.2 Harris Causevic def. Chip Dorsey, 6-2, 6-2.

Moves

Baseball

ATHLETICS: Recalled IF Esteban German and OF Adam Piatt from Triple-A Sacramento. Purchased contract of IF Larry Sutton from Sacramento. Optioned P Jeff Tam, IF Frank Menechino and 1B Carlos Pena to Sacramento.

BLUE JAYS: Activated C Darrin Fletcher. Optioned C Ken Huckaby to Triple-A Syracuse.

BREWERS: Activated P Nelson Figueroa. Sent contract of P Takahito Nomura outright to Triple-A Indianapolis. Announced that former Orioles minor-league P Everett Stull cleared waivers and was sent outright to Indianapolis.

GIANTS: Placed SS Rich Aurilia on 15-day DL with bone chips in right elbow. Activated OF Shawon Dunston.

INDIANS: Released former Orioles OF Brady Anderson. Recalled OF Chris Magruder from Triple-A Buffalo.

MARLINS: Placed P Brad Penny on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 19, with right biceps inflammation. Placed SS Alex Gonzalez on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 19, with dislocated left shoulder. Activated P Armando Almanza. Signed IF Homer Bush. Designated IF Nate Rolison for assignment.

ORIOLES: Recalled IF Brian Roberts from Triple-A Rochester. Optioned IF Mike Moriarty to Rochester.

PADRES: Activated OF Ron Gant. Optioned IF Alex Pelaez to Triple-A Portland.

RANGERS: Optioned P John Rocker to Triple-A Oklahoma. Recalled P Randy Flores.

REDS: Optioned P Jose Acevedo to Triple-A Louisville. Activated P Joey Hamilton.

TIGERS: Placed P Matt Anderson on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 19, with right shoulder muscle injury. Sent P Nate Cornejo to Triple-A Toledo. Called up IF Oscar Salazar and P Adam Bernero from Toledo.

YANKEES: Placed P Orlando Hernandez on 15-day DL with strained upper back.

Basketball

NBA: Sporting News announced following award winners: Spurs' Tim Duncan, Player of the Year; Grizzlies' Pau Gasol, Rookie of the Year; Pistons' Rick Carlisle, Coach of the Year; and Nets' Rod Thorn, Executive of the Year.

PISTONS: Promoted director of player personnel John Hammond to VP of basketball operations.

MYSTICS (WNBA): Waived C Nevriye Yilmaz.

College

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON: Announced that G Robert Swain has transferred from Connecticut and will join men's basketball team.

LYNCHBURG: Named Andrew Miller men's basketball coach.

MARSHALL: Named Bob Marcum interim AD.

MARYLAND: P Amanda Bettker was named to National Fastpitch Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic All-Region first team. 1B Kiesha Pickeral, C Beth Radford and (Dunkirk, Md.) and OF Samantha Sweeney were named to second team.

UMBC: Signed following basketball players to letters of intent: G-F Jerrell Dinkins (Bronx, N.Y.), G Bobby Fisk (Albany, N.Y.) and F John Zito (Windsor, Conn.).

NAVY: Marshall Croft, Erik Moeller, Chris Pintauro and Dustin DiNola were named to ECAC Lacrosse League's all-academic team.

OKLAHOMA: Announced that sophomore basketball G Rashaad Carruth will transfer from Kentucky.

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA: Reinstated football beginning in 2003.

TOWSON: OF Gregg Davies was named to CAA all-conference baseball first team. 1B Mike Costello (Archbishop Curley) was named to second team.

VILLA JULIE: A Dan Velez (Fallston), A Bob Rinehimer (Hereford) M Ed Wienecke (Fallston) and D Brian Davies (Hereford) were named to Pennsylvania Athletic Conference men's lacrosse first team. G Pat Gill (Gilman) was named to second team. Lance Bajkowski (men's soccer, golf, Calvert Hall) was named Villa Julie Male Athlete of the Year and Beth Frey (women's soccer, indoor track, Catholic) was named Female Athlete of the Year and NCAA Woman of the Year nominee. Lynn Mann (Bel Air) received Dean Dawson Female Scholar-Athlete Award. Steve Montalvo (Parkville) and Brian Shepley (Chesapeake-AA) were co-winners of Male Scholar-Athlete Award. Montalvo also won Fighting Heart Award. Richard Price was winner of Student's Choice Award.

WEST VIRGINIA STATE: Signed F LaRhonda "Moochie" Garrett (Dundalk), who played past two seasons at Mitchell College.

Football

BUCCANEERS: Released OF DeMarcus Curry.

DOLPHINS: Signed WR Shawn Terry.

PANTHERS: Rescinded contract offer to QB Matt Lytle, making him free agent. Signed QB Casey Crawford.

VIKINGS: Announced retirement of WR Cris Carter.

Hockey

FLYERS: Signed C Patrick Sharp to three-year contract.

LIGHTNING: Exercised 2002-03 option on contract of D Nolan Pratt. Re-signed RW Martin St. Louis to multi-year contract.

Soccer

WIZARDS (MLS): Waived F Gary Glasgow and F Roy Lassiter.

Tennis

FRENCH OPEN: Noam Okun, Nicolas Massu and Andreas Vinciguerra pulled out of men's draw and Nadia Petrova and Joannette Kruger pulled out of women's draw, all because of injuries.

Pro soccer

MLS

Today's game

New England at Colorado, 9 p.m.

WUSA

Saturday's games

San Diego at New York, 4 p.m. Boston at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Carolina, 7 p.m.

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