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November 26, 2003

Moves

Baseball

CUBS: Acquired 1B Derrek Lee from Marlins for 1B Hee Seop Choi and minor league player to be named.

INDIANS: Named former Orioles manager Mike Hargrove senior adviser to baseball operations department.

TWINS: Claimed former Orioles minor league IF Augie Ojeda off waivers from Cubs. Designated P Jon Pridie for assignment.

Basketball

MAGIC: Signed free-agent G Rod Strickland. Waived G Derrick Dial.

NETS: Activated G Lucious Harris from injured list. Placed C Alonzo Mourning on injured list with kidney disorder.

76ERS: Placed F Glenn Robinson on injured list with sprained left ankle. Activated G Greg Buckner.

SPURS: Activated G Ron Mercer from injured list. Placed G Anthony Carter on injured list.

WIZARDS: Placed G Gilbert Arenas on injured list with severe abdominal strain.

College

BCS: Announced that Ohio State, Texas and Washington State remain eligible to make it into series despite being eliminated from conferences races.

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Named Morgan State OL Yannick Boka, TE Chris Cash and DL Albert Gamble to All-MEAC first team, and WR Tommie Manus, OL Maurice Foster, OL Aaron Wiggins, PK Jon Voroshilin, LB Vincent Brown and P Voroshilin to second team. Named Allen Suber (Bethune-Cookman) Offensive Player of the Year, Steve Baggs (Bethune-Cookman) Defensive Player of the Year, Alonzo Coleman (Hampton) Rookie of the Year, Patrick Cheatham (Hampton) Offensive Lineman of the Year and George Small (North Carolina A&T) Coach of the Year.

GMAC BOWL: Invited Miami of Ohio; opponent will be a Conference USA team.

PEACH BOWL: Invited Clemson; opponent will be an SEC team.

TANGERINE BOWL: Invited North Carolina State; opponent will be a Big 12 team.

BOWIE STATE: Signed Alycia Chase (Poly) to letter of intent to play volleyball.

BRANDEIS: Named Julie Golomb (Owings Mills) to CoSIDA Academic All-America College Division women's soccer first team.

CORNELL: Fired football coach Tim Pendergast.

GOUCHER: Announced that CAC named Garrett Smith men's basketball Player of the Week.

HOLY CROSS: Fired football coach Dan Allen.

MARYLAND: Announced that D Paula Infante and M Lauren Powley were named to National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I All-America first team, and F Jackie Ciconte was named to second team. ... Announced signing of following men's lacrosse players to national letters of intent: D Joe Amoyal (Calvert Hall), G Jason Carter (St. Mary's), D Joe Cinosky, A Quinn Cooke, M Will Dalton (St. Mary's), D Zach Hinton (Liberty), M Spencer McAllister, D Matt Rankin, M Jeff Reynolds (Calvert Hall) and M Andrew Urquhart.

NORTHWESTERN: Signed Fallon McGraw (St. Mary's) to women's lacrosse national letter of intent.

COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME: Named Julia Bachman to CoSIDA Academic All-America College Division women's soccer first team.

SALISBURY: Announced that F Lindsey Elliott and M Melissa Webster were named to National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III All-America first team.

TOWSON: Announced that OT Jason Gunning, DB P.D. Moore and P Steve Bulcavage were named to Patriot League first team, and DE Jason Troilo, DE Steven Nance, LB Neal Regan and CB Davon Telp (Chesapeake) were named to second team.

Football

BEARS: Signed LB Marcus Reese to practice squad.

BENGALS: Waived LB LaDairis Jackson. Signed LB Frank Chamberlin to two-year contract.

BRONCOS: Suspended DT Daryl Gardener two games for conduct detrimental to team after he publicly criticized coach Mike Shanahan.

DOLPHINS: Placed WR Sam Simmons (ankle injury) and WR J.R. Tolver (knee injury) on IR. Activated DE David Bowens from reserve/non-football injury list. Re-signed KR Charlie Rogers.

FALCONS: Placed RB Warrick Dunn on IR with mid-foot sprain.

PACKERS: Re-signed WR Frank Rice to practice squad.

PATRIOTS: Signed WR Jamin Elliott to practice squad. Placed OL Gene Mruczkowski on IR.

REDSKINS: Signed OT Kenyatta Jones.

VIKINGS: Released RB Doug Chapman. Claimed TE Richard Angulo off waivers from Rams.

High school

ROLAND PARK COUNTRY SCHOOL: Katharine Fox committed to Stanford to play lacrosse.

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