For The Record

TRANSACTIONS

October 05, 2002

Moves

Baseball

MARINERS: Announced that Lou Piniella will return as manager.

MARLINS: Announced that Andre Dawson and Tony Perez will return to team with expanded roles as special assistants to president; both will be involved in community relations and baseball operations.

ORIOLES: Announced that P Calvin Maduro and P Kris Foster cleared waivers and were assigned to Triple-A Ottawa.

RED SOX: Announced that contracts of hitting coach Dwight Evans, a former Oriole, first base coach Tommy Harper and bullpen coach Bob Kipper will not be renewed. Announced that bench coach Mike Stanley will not return in 2003 because of personal and family reasons.

Basketball

JAZZ: Released C Joe Vogel because Champville of Lebanese League won't let him out of contract.

Football

CARDINALS: Activated RB Damien Anderson from practice squad. Waived DT Mario Fatafehi.

Golf

RYDER CUP: Sam Torrance said he won't serve as Europe's captain in 2004.

Hockey

BLUE JACKETS: Traded D Mathieu Biron to Panthers for rights to RW Petr Tenkrat.

CAPITALS: Claimed D Rick Berry from Penguins in NHL waiver draft.

FLAMES: Assigned F Dave Lowry, last year's captain, to AHL Saint John.

HURRICANES: Announced resignation of president and chief operating officer Jim Cain. Named Peter Karmanos Jr. COO, Jim Rutherford president and GM, Jason Karmanos VP of operations and assistant GM.

PENGUINS: Signed F Alexandre Daigle to one-year contract.

PREDATORS: Claimed D Francis Bouillon from Canadiens in waiver draft.

RANGERS: Claimed RW Ronald Petrovicky from Flames in waiver draft.

STARS: Acquired D Stephane Robidas from Thrashers for future considerations; Atlanta had claimed him earlier in the day from Canadiens in waiver draft.

Soccer

UNITED (MLS): Announced that D Brandon Prideaux had successful surgery to stabilize chronic stress fracture to fifth metatarsal in right foot.

WAVE (MISL): Traded rights to Matt Johnson and Aaron Susi to Sockers for 2003 second-round amateur draft pick, 2004 first-round amateur draft pick and financial considerations.

Colleges

Men's soccer

C. Conn. St. 5, Mt St. Mary's 1 UMBC 1, Quinnipiac 0

Women's soccer

Gallaudet 3, Goucher 2 Loyola 1, Manhattan 0 Mount St. Mary's 1, Monmouth 0 Randolph-Macon 2, Coll. of N.D. 1 Sacred Heart 1, UMBC 0 Salisbury 2, Chowan 0 VCU 5, Towson 0

Volleyball

A. Arundel def. C. SMD, 34-32, 25-30, 31-29, 30-29 Hollins def. Hood, 23-30, 30-14, 30-25, 30-17 McDaniel def. Hood, 30-13, 40-9, 30-15 McDaniel def. Neumann, 30-25, 30-21, 30-19 Salisbury def. Hood, 32-30, 30-12, 30-17 Salisbury def. Neumann, 30-19, 30-16, 30-15 UMBC def. Loyola, 30-26, 30-21, 30-22 Soccer

MLS playoffs

Semifinals

(First to five points; three points for win, one for tie; *-if necessary)

Colorado (5) vs. L.A. (1)

Today: At Los Angeles, 10 p.m. Wednesday: At Colorado, 9 p.m. Next Saturday: *At L.A., 10 p.m.

Columbus (6) vs. N. Eng. (2)

Tomorrow: At New England, 4 p.m. Wednesday: At Columbus, 7:30 p.m. Next Saturday: *At N. Eng., 4 p.m.

Hockey

NHL preseason

Yesterday's results

Washington 5, Carolina 1 Ottawa 5, Tampa Bay 1 N.Y. Rangers 5, Florida 4 St. Louis 4, Chicago 3 Calgary 4, Edmonton 2 Phoenix at Anaheim Golf

PGA

Michelob Championship

At Williamsburg, Va. Second round, par 71 Billy Mayfair 70-63-133 David Duval 64-69-133 Hidemichi Tanaka 64-70-134 Brandt Jobe 67-68-135 Loren Roberts 66-69-135 Jose Coceres 66-69-135 Charles Howell III 70-65-135 Corey Pavin 66-69-135 Peter Jacobsen 67-68-135 Chris Riley 67-69-136 Chip Sullivan 67-69-136 Jonathan Byrd 67-69-136 Scott Hoch 66-70-136 Miguel A. Jimenez 72-65-137 Harrison Frazar 70-67-137 David Morland IV 68-69-137 Shaun Micheel 70-67-137 J.P. Hayes 68-69-137 Geoff Ogilvy 70-67-137 Brett Wetterich 68-69-137 Tim Clark 70-68-138 Russ Cochran 70-68-138 Mike Sposa 69-69-138 John Cook 71-67-138 Ian Leggatt 70-68-138 Jay Williamson 69-69-138 Glen Hnatiuk 69-69-138 Jason Hill 68-70-138 Chris Smith 71-67-138 Jeff Brehaut 67-71-138 Luke Donald 68-70-138 Bart Bryant 66-72-138 John Riegger 69-70-139 Kirk Triplett 69-70-139 John Rollins 67-72-139 Mike Heinen 71-68-139 Steve Flesch 72-67-139 Robin Freeman 70-69-139 Paul Gow 69-70-139 Scott Dunlap 69-70-139 Duffy Waldorf 71-68-139 Robert Gamez 69-70-139 Guy Boros 73-66-139 Gabriel Hjertstedt 67-72-139 Brad Lardon 68-71-139 Briny Baird 75-65-140 Matt Kuchar 71-69-140 Jerry Kelly 72-68-140 Mike Springer 72-68-140 Dicky Pride 72-68-140 Woody Austin 70-70-140 Brian Bateman 68-72-140 Steve Allan 68-72-140 Ken Duke 69-71-140 Kevin Sutherland 68-72-140 Stephen Ames 70-70-140 Donnie Hammond 71-69-140

LPGA

Samsung World Champ.

At Vallejo, Calif. Second round, par 72 Cristie Kerr 68-64-132 Annika Sorenstam 66-67-133 Rosie Jones 68-66-134 Michele Redman 65-70-135 Juli Inkster 70-67-137 Lorie Kane 70-67-137 Mi Hyun Kim 69-68-137 Se Ri Pak 69-69-138 Carin Koch 73-67-140 Hee-Won Han 73-68-141 Paula Marti 69-73-142 Laura Diaz 68-74-142 Grace Park 67-75-142 Dorothy Delasin 72-72-144 Rachel Teske 72-73-145 Karrie Webb 75-71-146 Mi Na Lee 74-72-146 Kelly Robbins 77-70-147 Mikino Kubo 73-74-147

Senior PGA

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