For The Record


October 26, 2002



ORIOLES: Sent P John Parrish and P Luis Rivera outright to Triple-A Ottawa.


NBA: Suspended Nuggets F Juwan Howard two games and fined him $15,000 for throwing punches at Pacers' Al Harrington and Jermaine O'Neal in game Wednesday.

BULLS: Acquired G Erick Barkley and cash from Spurs for future considerations. Waived Barkley.

MAVERICKS: Waived F Derek Hood.

NETS: Re-signed G Anthony Johnson.

PISTONS: Waived G Ricky Moore and F Gabe Muoneke.

RAPTORS: Waived G Jermaine Jackson.

ROCKETS: Named Keith Jones VP of basketball operations-athletic trainer and Dennis Lindsey VP of basketball operations-player personnel.

76ERS: Announced that F Monty Williams will have arthroscopic surgery for torn cartilage in left knee and will miss 4-6 weeks. Announced that C Samuel Dalembert had arthroscopic surgery on left knee and is expected to be out 12 weeks.


IOWA: Announced that RB Aaron Greving left football team.

NEW MEXICO STATE: Announced that C Chris Jackson will miss first six games of men's basketball season because he is academically ineligible.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE: Following were named to Centennial Conference's academic honor roll for fall sports: soccer players Sarah Polhamus, Mandy Higdon (Catonsville), Allison LaMarca and Jen Cox (Hereford); volleyball players Katie Froning, Katie Orga and Laura Greenback (South River); field hockey player Megan Daily; and men's soccer player Jimmy Pope (Glenelg).

Figure skating

COURT ARBITRATION FOR SPORT: Upheld International Skating Union's four-year suspension of three-time American Olympian Kyoko Ina for failing to take part in out-of-competition drug test.


BEARS: Signed TE John Gilmore from practice squad. Waived WR Vinny Sutherland.

49ERS: Placed LB Frank Strong on IR.

PANTHERS: Placed RB DeShaun Foster on IR with torn cartilage in his left knee. Signed QB Tim Hasselbeck from practice squad.

STEELERS: Released S Erik Totten from practice squad. Signed C Matt Anderson to practice squad.


CANADIENS: Claimed D Francis Bouillon off waivers from Predators; sent him to AHL Hamilton.


UNITED (MLS): M-F Eliseo Quintanilla was called in by El Salvador Under-20 national team for CONCACAF Group B qualifying tournament.

KIXX (MISL): Named F Don D'Ambra interim coach, replacing former player/coach Omid Namazi, who was named coach of WUSA Spirit.


ATP: Fined Felix Mantilla $1,000 after he threw towel at umpire's chair after loss to Juan Carlos Ferrero in quarterfinals of Swiss Indoors.


Men's soccer

Lehigh 3, Navy 0 Loyola 2, Siena 2 Monmouth 4, Mt. St. Mary's 0 Towson 2, Delaware 0 UMBC 3, St. Francis, Pa. 0

Women's soccer

Florida State 1, Maryland 0 Loyola 1, Siena 0 Salisbury 7, Marymount 3 UMBC 5, Mt. St. Mary's 2 William & Mary 3, Towson 1

Field hockey

Coll. of Notre Dame 2, Catholic 1


Army def. Navy, 30-23, 30-24, 25-30, 30-23 CCBC-Catonsville def. Howard CC, 30-23, 30-20, 30-0, forfeit Maryland def. Clemson, 30-21, 28-30, 25-30, 30-20, 15-10 Mary Wash. def. Salisbury, 24-30, 24-30, 30-24, 30-26, 15-8 William & Mary def. Towson, 30-22, 30-28, 30-21



Navy 125, Johns Hopkins 112

Ice hockey

Delaware 4, Towson 2 NBA


Yesterday's results

Boston 104, Washington 95 Atlanta 90, New Orleans 69 Milwaukee 104, Cleveland 95 New Jersey 106, New York 77 Minnesota 111, Indiana 76 San Antonio 103, Philadelphia 82 Phoenix 87, Golden State 79 Sacramento 93, L.A. Lakers 88 End preseason



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