Moves Auto racing NASCAR: Johnny Benson, who injured...

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July 10, 2002

Moves

Auto racing

NASCAR: Johnny Benson, who injured three ribs in wreck at Pepsi 400 on Saturday night, will not race this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway. Mike Wallace will fill in.

Baseball

ATHLETICS: Extended lease at Network Associates Coliseum through 2007 with club options through 2010.

BRAVES: Agreed to terms with OF Jeff Francoeur, first-round draft pick.

College

GOLDEN SPIKES AWARD: Was given to Clemson SS Khalil Greene as nation's top amateur baseball player.

CINCINNATI: Named Michelle Clark women's assistant basketball coach.

JACKSONVILLE: Named Shawn Platts men's assistant basketball coach.

MOUNT ST. MARY'S: Announced that U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association awarded men's lacrosse coach Tom Gravante with Howdy Myers Man of the Year Award.

NAVY: Announced that Illinois Squash Racquets Association will create Stephen Huber Junior Squash Achievement Award to be given annually to deserving junior who most embodies characteristics that represent 2002 Naval Academy graduate.

SYRACUSE: Named Jennifer Bednarek women's assistant basketball coach after she resigned as UMBC women's head coach.

Football

BENGALS: Released WR Darnay Scott.

CHIEFS: Signed former Ravens TE Ryan Collins to two-year contract. Signed CB Brandon Godsey.

PACKERS: Signed DB Marques Anderson.

TITANS: Signed WR Darrell Hill and DE Carlos Hall, both seventh-round draft choices, to multi-year contracts.

Hockey

CAPITALS: Signed free-agent C Kip Miller, who had been with Islanders, to two-year contract and free-agent D Dwayne Zinger, who had been with AHL Cincinnati, to one-year contract.

FLAMES: Signed free-agent LW Martin Sonnenberg and free-agent LW Darcy Verot, both of whom were with Penguins.

HURRICANES: Signed G Daniel Boislcair to three-year contract.

KINGS: Agreed to two-year contract with G Cristobal Huet.

LIGHTNING: Named Norm Maciver assistant coach for AHL Springfield.

PANTHERS: Signed free-agent D Sven Butenschon.

WILD: Signed RW Tony Tuzzolino.

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