For The Record

TRANSACTIONS

March 06, 2003

Moves

Baseball

ANGELS: Claimed P Eric Cyr off waivers from Padres.

EXPOS: Agreed to one-year contracts with OF Peter Bergeron, P Jim Brower and C Brian Schneider.

GIANTS: Agreed to terms with IF Pedro Feliz.

ORIOLES: Reassigned P Rendy Espina, P Rafael Pina, P Fernando Rijo and P Juan Rosario to minor-league camp.

REDS: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Chris Reitsma and OF Ruben Mateo.

Basketball

CAVALIERS: Named Len Komoroski president.

SUNS: Activated G Penny Hardaway from injured list. Placed F Alton Ford on injured list.

SUN KINGS (CBA): Signed G Johnny Rhodes (Maryland).

College

ARMY: Named Denny Creehan special teams coordinator.

CINCINNATI: Announced that F Eugene Land quit men's basketball team and C Rod Flowers was suspended indefinitely.

FLORIDA STATE: Announced that Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB Derrick Brooks was appointed to board of trustees.

GEORGIA: Announced that contract of men's assistant basketball coach Jim Harrick Jr. will not be renewed after it expires June 30.

HOOD: Named Laura L. Sisitki softball coach.

JACKSONVILLE: Suspended leading scorer and rebounder Calvin Warner for rest of season for violating unspecified team policy.

LA SALLE: Announced resignation of women's soccer coach Jannine Calhoun.

NAVY: Patriot League named G Courtney Davidson to women's basketball all-conference first team and G David Hooper to men's basketball all-rookie team.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE: Named Michael Barry offensive line coach.

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE: Promoted assistant football coach Donny Simmons to offensive coordinator. WRIGHT STATE: Fired men's basketball coach Ed Schilling.

Football

BRONCOS: Agreed to seven-year contract with free-agent QB Jake Plummer, who had been with Cardinals. Agreed to terms with DT Daryl Gardener, who had been with Redskins.

CARDINALS: Re-signed DT Barron Tanner to three-year contract and C Steve Grace to one-year contract.

CHARGERS: Agreed with free-agent WR David Boston, who had been with Cardinals, on seven-year contract.

CHIEFS: Signed free-agent CB Dexter McCleon, who had been with Rams, to five-year contract.

49ERS: Promoted Dan Quinn to defensive line coach. Named Dick Tomey secondary coach and Jamie Christian defensive quality control coach.

JAGUARS: Signed WR Kevin Lockett and OL Jay Humphrey.

LIONS: Signed DT Jared DeVries to three-year contract.

PACKERS: Signed DT Cletidus Hunt to multiyear contract.

PANTHERS: Re-signed QB Rodney Peete to multi-year contract. Signed free-agent QB Jake Delhomme, who had been with Saints, to two-year contract. Released RB Lamar Smith.

SEAHAWKS: Agreed to terms with WR-PR Bobby Engram.

STEELERS: Signed LB Clint Kriewaldt to three-year contract.

VIKINGS: Signed TE Jim Kleinsasser to one-year contract.

High school

CALVERT HALL: Announced that Ben Pardew was named Gatorade Maryland High School Boys' Soccer Player of The Year.

Hockey

NHL: Suspended Maple Leafs C Darcy Tucker five games and RW Tie Domi three games for separate incidents in Tuesday's game against Senators.

MAPLE LEAFS: Acquired RW Owen Nolan from Sharks for C Alyn McCauley, C Brad Boyes and 2003 first-round draft pick.

Colleges

Baseball

Mary Washington 9, St. Mary's 2 Navy 12, Virginia 1 Norfolk St. 15, UMES 5 Norfolk St. 3, UMES 0

Men's basketball

ACC standings

Conf. Overall

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Wake 12 3 .800 22 4 .846

Maryland 11 4 .733 19 7 .731

Duke 10 4 .714 20 5 .800

N.C. State 9 6 .600 16 10 .615

Ga. Tech 6 9 .400 13 13 .500

Clemson 5 10 .333 15 11 .577

N. Carolina 5 10 .333 15 14 .517

Virginia 5 10 .333 14 14 .500

Fla. State 4 11 .267 13 13 .500

Yesterday's results

N.C. State 63, Clemson 60 Georgia Tech 90, Virginia 73 Wake Forest 75, N. Carolina 60

Today's game

Florida State at Duke, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday's games

Wake at N.C. State, 1:30 p.m. Clemson at Ga. Tech, 3:30 p.m.

Sunday's games

Maryland at Virginia, 8 p.m. Duke at North Carolina, 4 p.m. (End of regular season)

Div. II regional rankings

South Atlantic 1. Columbus St. (24-4)

2. Bowie State (26-4)

3. Kennesaw State (22-8)

4. Johnson C. Smith (20-8)

5. Shaw (20-8)

6. Virginia Union (18-10)

7. Lenoir-Rhyne (19-7)

8. Presbyterian (23-7)

9. Carson-Newman (19-8)

10. Augusta State (17-10)

Div. III tournament

Today's first round Mary Washington, Va. (24-4) at Alvernia, Pa. (20-8)

Milwaukee Engineering (12-16) at Wisconsin-Oshkosh (22-6)

Savannah College of A & D (20-5) at C. Newport (24-4)

Blackburn, Ill. (15-9) at Illinois Wesleyan (20-5)

Illinois College (15-10) at Buena Vista, Iowa (20-5)

Aurora, Ill. (23-5) at Trinity, Texas (21-7)

Whitworth, Wash. (23-3) at G. Adolphus, Minn. (21-6)

Mississippi College (19-7) at Maryville, Tenn. (12-4)

St. Joseph's, Maine (20-4) at Salem State, Mass. (22-5)

Colby-Sawyer, N.H. (21-6) at Hamilton, N.Y. (21-5)

Lasell, Mass. (20-3) at Southern Vermont (23-5)

Western Connecticut (19-8) at Clark, Mass. (21-6)

Buffalo State (19-8) at Scranton, Pa. (22-5)

Pittsburgh-Bradford (22-6) at John Carroll, Ohio (21-6)

CCNY (17-11) at Kings Point, N.Y. (20-8)

Elizabethtown, Pa. (18-8) at Montclair State, N.J. (21-5)

Soccer

MISL standings

Eastern Conference

W L Pct. GB

Philadelphia 22 10 .688 -

Cleveland 16 16 .500 6

Blast 15 17 .469 7

Harrisburg 13 20 .394 9 1/2

Western Conference

W L Pct. GB

Milwaukee 25 7 .781 -

Kansas City 17 15 .531 8

San Diego 14 19 .424 11 1/2

Dallas 7 25 .219 18

Yesterday's result

Harrisburg 16, Milwaukee 12

Sunday's game

All-Star Game At Milwaukee, 2:35 p.m.

Next for Blast

March 15, at K.C., 8:05 p.m.

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