Transactions

TRANSACTIONS

October 24, 2003

Moves

Auto racing

MBV MOTORSPORTS (NASCAR): Scott Riggs signed multiyear agreement to replace Johnny Benson in No. 10 Pontiac beginning next season.

Baseball

ASTROS: Sent P Miguel Saladin outright to Triple-A New Orleans.

BREWERS: Declined to exercise options on contracts of SS Royce Clayton and P Glendon Rusch.

FREDERICK (SINGLE-A): Named Joan Dubord box office manager.

ROUND ROCK: Nolan Ryan-owned Double-A franchise announced that it will buy Triple-A Edmonton and move team to Round Rock, Texas, for 2005 season. The Double-A team will move to Corpus Christi.

Basketball

BOBCATS: Named Dell Curry director of basketball relations.

BUCKS: Waived G Lynn Greer and F Greg Stempin.

BULLS: Waived G Trenton Hassell.

CELTICS: Waived G Rusty LaRue.

HAWKS: Waived G Smush Parker and F Jerry Holman.

HORNETS: Waived F Paul Shirley and G Kareem Reid.

LAKERS: Waived C Eric Chenowith, F Stephane Pelle and G-F Ime Udoka.

NUGGETS: Waived G Yuta Tabuse.

PISTONS: Waived F Ronald Dupree.

ROCKETS: Waived F Anthony Miller, F Gabe Muoneke and G Alex Scales.

SPURS: Waived F Dan Langhi.

SUNS: Waived C Dejan Koturovic, C-F Nick Sheppard and G Ray Weathers.

SUPERSONICS: Waived G Jason Hart.

TIMBERWOLVES: Waived C Jason Collier, G Kirk Penney and F Reggie Slater.

WARRIORS: Waived G Tierre Brown.

College

WAC: Announced that Utah State and New Mexico State, currently in Sun Belt, will join in 2005.

JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM AWARD: Following were named finalists for award that goes to nation's top senior QB: Texas Tech's B.J. Symons, Mississippi's Eli Manning, Michigan's John Navarre, Oklahoma's Jason White, North Carolina State's Philip Rivers, Tulane's J.P. Losman and Virginia's Matt Schaub.

CLEMSON: Announced that G Julian Betko will have arthroscopic knee surgery and miss two to four weeks of practice.

ORAL ROBERTS: Announced that women's basketball F April Garcia has been ruled ineligible for first semester.

Football

BILLS: NFL fined S Izell Reese $25,000 for knocking over official in game Oct. 12.

RAIDERS: Placed LB Bill Romanowski on IR.

High school

CARDINAL GIBBONS: C Leon Williams committed orally to Ohio University to play basketball.

C. MILTON WRIGHT: Kadie Stamper and Sarah Gallion committed orally to Johns Hopkins to play lacrosse.

GARRISON FOREST: M.C. Hooper (Vanderbilt), Kirby Houck (Johns Hopkins) and Brittney Williams (North Carolina) committed orally to colleges play lacrosse.

MOUNT DE SALES: Meghan Keelan (UMBC) and Erin O'Boyle (Johns Hopkins) committed orally to play lacrosse.

POLY: Named Mark Junker baseball coach.

ST. MARY'S: Allie Buote (Maryland), Jackie Gateau (James Madison), Kelly Gonzalez (Johns Hopkins), Mary Hammond (Towson), Jenna Hubbard (Richmond and Kimi Pastrana (Duke) committed orally to play women's lacrosse. Jason Carter (Maryland), Will Dalton (Maryland), Pat Haley (Towson) and Garrett Stanwick (Johns Hopkins) committed orally to play men's lacrosse.

ST. PAUL'S: Annie Wagner committed orally to Johns Hopkins to play lacrosse.

Hockey

BLUE JACKETS: Placed D Duvie Westcott on IR with ankle injury.

COYOTES: Activated C Mike Sillinger off the injured list. Waived RW Daniel Cleary.

HURRICANES: Recalled LW Ryan Bayda from AHL Lowell. Assigned RW Joey Tetarenko to Lowell.

STARS: Placed RW Jere Lehtinen on IR with back spasms, retroactive to Oct. 11.

NBA

Preseason

Yesterday's results

New Jersey 90, Philadelphia 83 Utah 77, New York 60 Minnesota 90, Indiana 73 Memphis 93, Chicago 89 L.A. Clippers 107, L.A. Lakers 101 Cleveland vs. Toronto, ccd.

Today's games

Utah at Orlando, 7 New Jersey at Boston, 7:30 Washington at Atlanta, 7:30 Houston at San Antonio, 8 Detroit at Milwaukee, 8:30 Indiana at Denver, 9 Portland at Phoenix, 10 Golden St. at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 Sacramento vs. L.A. Lakers at Las Vegas, 10:30

Soccer

MISL

Today's games

Dallas at Blast, 7:35 p.m. Cleveland at San Diego, 10 p.m.

Golf

MSGA Seniors

At Baltimore CC; first round Pat O'Malley 38-36-74 Joe Records 37-38-75 Terry Mayer 38-38-76 Bob Lee 39-37-76 Dick Stearns 39-37-76 Colleges

Men's soccer

Frostburg St. 2, Waynesburg 0

Women's soccer

Hood 7, Gallaudet 2 Mary Washington 3, Villa Julie 0 St. Mary's 2, Goucher 1 UMBC 1, Binghamton 1

Field hockey

Villa Julie 3, Goucher 0

Volleyball

St. Mary's def. Washington College, 30-15, 27-30, 30-26, 30-13 Villa Julie def. College of Notre Dame, 31-29, 29-31, 23-30, 30-26, 15-12

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