For The Record

TRANSACTIONS

October 08, 2002

Moves

Baseball

MLB: Named following umpires for ALCS: Ed Montague (crew chief), Mike Everitt, Brian Gorman, Larry Young, Dana DeMuth and Ed Rapuano. Named following umpires for NLCS: Randy Marsh (crew chief), Jeff Nelson, Dale Scott, Jeff Kellogg, Tim Welke and Charlie Reliford.

MARLINS: Assigned P Jason Grilli outright to Triple-A Calgary.

ORIOLES: Announced that P Calvin Maduro cleared waivers and chose to become free agent and that P Kris Foster cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Ottawa.

REDS: Named Doc Rodgers special assistant to GM.

Basketball

GRIZZLIES: Waived C Robb Dryden and F Mark Vershaw.

KINGS: Released F Nakiea Miller, F Jean-Paul Afif and C Sean Daugherty.

KNICKS: Fined F Latrell Sprewell $250,000 for failing to inform team of injury.

MAGIC: Waived G Corey Benjamin and F-C Jabari Smith.

NETS: Waived C Lonnie Jones and F Mark Sanford.

College

BOWIE STATE: CIAA named QB Maurice Hill football Offensive Back of the Week, DB-P William Kirkland II football Rookie of the Week and Henry Frazier III football Coach of the Week.

FROSTBURG STATE: Atlantic Central Football Conference named RB Ed Kearney co-Offensive Player Of The Week.

GEORGIA: Announced resignation of running backs coach Tony Pierce.

HOLY CROSS: Announced that football coach Dan Allen has taken medical leave of absence.

JOHNS HOPKINS: Centennial Conference named Johns Hopkins M Kathleen Turley women's soccer Player of the Week.

LOUISIANA STATE: Announced that RB LaBrandon Toefield will miss at least six weeks after breaking left arm Saturday.

MARYLAND: ACC named LB E.J. Henderson football Defensive Lineman of the Week and RB Josh Allen football Rookie of the Week. ... ACC named F Colleen Barbieri field hockey Player of the Week.

UMBC: Northeast Conference named G Brian Rowland men's soccer Player of the Week and M Matt McGowan men's soccer Rookie of the Week.

SALISBURY: Atlantic Central Football Conference named RB Reggie Boyce (Dunbar) football co-Offensive Player Of The Week.

TEXAS A&M: Announced that F Meg Banahan, team's scoring leader last season, is leaving women's basketball team.

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI: Announced that G Chuck Archambault is leaving basketball team.

TEXAS-EL PASO: Announced that QB Jon Schaper will be sidelined at least six weeks and could miss rest of season after breaking left collarbone.

Football

BUCCANEERS: Released DE Ron Warner, who missed first four games of season while serving suspension from NFL for undisclosed reason.

JAGUARS: Signed DE Rob Meier to contract extension.

Golf

MARYLAND GOLF COURSE OWNERS ASSOCIATION: Named Waverly Woods Golf Club in Marriottsville its Maryland Course of the Year.

Hockey

BLUE JACKETS: Signed LW Rick Nash, first overall pick in NHL draft, to three-year contract with base of $1.2 million a year and incentives that could inflate it to $8 million to $12 million.

CAPITALS: Acquired RW Mike Grier from Oilers for 2003 second- and third-round draft picks. Assigned F Chris Ferraro, F Peter Ferraro, D Jason Doig and D Nolan Yonkman to AHL Portland. Signed D Steve Eminger, first-round draft pick.

MAPLE LEAFS: Signed D Carlo Colaiacovo, 2001 first-round pick, to three-year contract.

PANTHERS: Agreed to three-year contract with D Jay Bouwmeester, first-round draft pick.

PREDATORS: Signed F Scottie Upshall, first-round draft pick.

RANGERS: Signed F Garth Murray. Placed D Dave Karpa on IR.

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