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For The Record

March 10, 2003

Moves

Baseball

WHITE SOX: Renewed contract of P Mark Buehrle for $445,000.

YANKEES: Agreed to terms on minor-league contract with P Ramon Ramirez of the Hiroshima Carp.

Basketball

NBA: Suspended Pacers F Ron Artest one game for exceeding the maximum number of flagrant foul penalty points for season.

College

ACC: Signed a five-year contract to keep women's basketball tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum through 2009.

KENTUCKY: Women's basketball coach Bernadette Mattox resigned.

Football

BILLS: Named Dick LeBeau assistant coach.

Hockey

HURRICANES: Traded D Glen Wesley to Maple Leafs for second-round pick in 2004 draft. Recalled LW Brad Defauw from AHL Lowell. Assigned LW Tomas Kurka to Lowell.

ISLANDERS: Acquired C Randy Robitaille from Penguins for fifth-round pick in 2003 draft.

PREDATORS: Recalled G Jan Lasak from AHL Milwaukee. Acquired G Wade Flaherty from Panthers for D Pascal Trepanier.

SHARKS: Recalled D Rob Davison from AHL Cleveland.

Colleges

Baseball

Bridgewater St. 7, Washington C. 3 Eastern Connecticut 7, Salisbury 4 Johns Hopkins 11, Baldwin-Wallace 4 Maryland 11, Marist 8 Salisbury 4, Greensboro 0

Basketball

State men

Virginia 80, No. 13 Maryland 78, OT

Top 25 men

No. 6 Kansas 79, Missouri 74 No. 7 Pittsburgh 56, Villanova 54 North Carolina 82, No. 10 Duke 79 No. 12 Syracuse 83, Rutgers 74 No. 14 Illinois 84, Minnesota 60 No. 19 Creighton 70, Wichita St. 69 No. 25 Georgia 60, South Carolina 55, OT

East

Franklin & Marshall 70, DeSales 60

Midwest

Minn.-Duluth 71, Minn.-Moorhead 66

West

Metro St. 79, Fort Hays St. 69

Top 25 women

No. 1 Connecticut 70, Seton Hall 47 No. 2 Duke 76, Georgia Tech 52 No. 6 LSU 78, No. 3 Tennessee 62 No. 9 Stanford 69, UCLA 64 No. 11 N. Carolina 88, Virginia 78 No. 12 Purdue 84, Iowa 57 Ohio State 72, No. 14 Penn State 61 Miami 77, No. 18 Rutgers 74 No. 20 Villanova 50, Notre Dame 39 No. 21 Wisconsin-Green Bay 83, Detroit 59 No. 22 Arizona 74, No. 25 Washington 51 Virginia Tech 74, No. 24 Boston College 70

Softball

College of Charleston tournament At Charleston, S.C. C. of Charleston 7, Mt. St. Mary's 0 E. Kentucky 6, Mt. St. Mary's 1 Phoenix Classic At Burlington, N.C. UMBC 6, JMU 5

Auto racing

Formula One

Australian Grand Prix

At Melbourne, Australia 1. David Coulthard, Scotland, McLaren, 1 hour, 34 minutes, 42.124 seconds, 58 laps, 121.1 mph.

2. Juan Pablo Montoya, Colombia, Williams, 1:34.50.799, 58 laps.

3. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, McLaren, 1:34.51.316, 58 laps.

4. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 1:34.51.606, 58 laps.

5. Jarno Trulli, Italy, Renault, 1:35.20.925, 58 laps.

6. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Sauber, 1:35.26.052, 58 laps.

7. Fernando Alonso, Spain, Renault, 1:35.27.198, 58 laps.

8. Ralf Schumacher, Germany, Williams, 1:35.27.869, 58 laps.

9. Jacques Villeneuve, Canada, BAR Honda, 1:35.47.660, 58 laps.

10. Jenson Button, England, BAR Honda, 1:35.48.098, 58 laps.

11. Jos Verstappen, Netherlands, Minardi, 1 lap behind.

12. Giancarlo Fisichella, Italy, Jordan, DNF.

13. Antonio Pizzonia, Brazil, Jaguar, DNF. Not classified Olivier Panis, France, Toyota.

Nick Heidfeld, Germany, Sauber.

Justin Wilson, England, Minardi.

Mark Webber, Australia, Jaguar .

Christiano da Matta, Brazil, Toyota.

Ralph Firman, Ireland, Jordan.

Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Ferrari. Fastest lap Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) McLaren, 1:27.724 (lap 32).

Series point standings 1. David Coulthard, Scotland, McLaren, 10 points. 2. Juan Pablo Montoya, Colombia, Williams 8. 3. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, McLaren 6. 4. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari 5. 5. Jarno Trulli, Italy, Renault 4. 6. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Sauber 3. 7. Fernando Alonso, Spain, Renault 2. 8. Ralf Schumacher, Germany, Williams 1. Constructors standings 1. McLaren, 16 points. 2. Williams-BMW, 9. 3. Renault, 6. 4. Ferrari, 5. 5. Sauber, 3.

Locally

Basketball

The Maryland Elite is accepting applications for its Shootout for boys on March 28-30 and girls on April 4-6 in Bel Air. Entry fee is $250 and includes pool play, trophies and awards. Call Terry Maczko at 410-569-4170 or Mark Healy at 410-420-2022.

Soccer

Pete Caringi's All Maryland Soccer Camp will be held throughout Maryland during June and July. The camp will have a highly acclaimed coaching staff of professional and collegiate coaches and players who will emphasize the development of the player. Day camps for boys and girls ages 6-14 will be held at CCBC-Dundalk (June 16-20), Honeygo Park in White Marsh (June 23-27) and at UMBC (July 21-25). Residential camps for boys and girls ages 11-18 will be held at UMBC (July 13-17). Call 410-455-3003 or 410-455-1505.

The Maryland Pride women's soccer team will conduct open tryouts on March 16 and March 29 at Hannah More Academy in Reisterstown from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Candidates should come prepared for the full two hours. The tryouts are for players who have completed their college eligibility. Women interested in trying out should go to www.marylandpride.com and follow the prompts to the prospect form, or call 410-729-1100 and ask for Jack Wetherson.

Soccer

MISL standings

Eastern Conference

W L Pct. GB

Philadelphia 22 10 .688 --

Cleveland 16 16 .500 6

Blast 15 17 .469 7

Harrisburg 12 21 .364 10 1/2

Western Conference

W L Pct. GB

Milwaukee 26 6 .813 --

Kansas City 17 15 .531 8

San Diego 14 19 .424 11 1/2

Dallas 7 25 .219 18

Yesterday's result

All-Star Game at Milwaukee West 20, East 13

Next for Blast

Saturday, at K.C., 8:05 p.m.

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