For The Record

TRANSACTIONS

March 24, 2004

Moves

Auto racing

NASCAR: Fined crew chief Richard J. Wauters $500 for infraction during inspection for EasyCare Vehicle Service Contracts 200. Fined crew chief Tim Brewer $5,000 for infraction during inspection for the Carolina Dodge Dealer's 400.

Baseball

GIANTS: Optioned P Merkin Valdez, OF Carlos Valderrama, C Justin Knoedler and IF Jamie Athas to Triple-A Sacramento. Assigned P Lee Gardner, IF Brian Dallimore, P Tyler Walker, OF Nathan Haynes to minor league camp.

PIRATES: Optioned P John Van Benschoten and P Mike Gonzalez to Triple-A Nashville. Assigned OF Henry Rodriguez, OF Daryle Ward, OF Ruben Mateo, P Nelson Figueroa, P Elio Serrano, P Blake Stein, C Sandy Martinez and IF Tomas De La Rosa to minor league camp.

RANGERS: Acquired SS Joaquin Arias from Yankees as player to be named in Alfonso Soriano-Alex Rodriguez trade of Feb. 16.

ROCKIES: Optioned P Aaron Cook, IF Garrett Atkins, IF Clint Barmes, P Cory Vance and P Jason Young to Triple-A Colorado Springs. Reassigned former Orioles P Travis Driskill and P Brian Tollberg to minor league camp.

YANKEES: Agreed to terms with P Mariano Rivera on two-year contract extension through 2006 with option for third year.

Basketball

CAVALIERS: Signed F Lee Nailon for rest of season.

WIZARDS: Activated G Chris Whitney from injured list. Placed F Jarvis Hayes on injured list with strained left hamstring.

Colleges

HOUSTON: Hired Tom Penders as men's basketball coach.

KENTUCKY: Announced sophomore LB Deion Holts has been dismissed from football team for violating team rules.

UMBC: Promoted Randy Monroe to men's basketball coach.

MIDDLE TENNESSEE: Extended contract of Kermit Davis, men's basketball coach, through 2008-09 season.

RHODE ISLAND: Announced Boe Pearman, women's basketball coach, will return from leave of absence April 7.

TEXAS A&M: Suspended C Geoff Hangartner and OL Cole Smith indefinitely from football team after they were charged with alcohol-related offenses and accused of shouting racial slurs.

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON: Announced resignation of Carrie Zickefoose, women's basketball coach.

Football

BROWNS: Agreed to terms with G Kelvin Garmon on three-year contract.

BUCCANEERS: Re-signed G Cosey Coleman.

DOLPHINS: Signed C/TE Ed Perry to one-year contract. Re-signed P Matt Turk.

FALCONS: Signed WR Dez White to two-year contract.

49ERS: Re-signed K Todd Peterson to one-year contract.

JAGUARS: Signed LB Greg Favors to three-year contract and CB Juran Bolden.

LIONS: Agreed to terms with RB Shawn Bryson and G David Loverne.

RAMS: Agreed to terms with QB Chris Chandler. Re-signed S Rich Coady.

Hockey

NHL: Suspended Flames LW Chris Simon for two games for kneeing incident Tuesday vs. Dallas .

RANGERS: Agreed to terms with D Thomas Pock.

Colleges

Baseball

Georgetown 3, Navy 1 Johns Hopkins 5, Gettysburg 3 North Carolina 14, Towson 1 Salisbury 13, Ramapo (N.J.) 10 UMBC 7, Delaware 6

Softball

Mount St. Mary's 7, UMES 0

Tennis

Men

Loyola 7, Catholic 0 Southern Maine 5, Frostburg State 4 Washington College 7, Johns Hopkins 0

Women

Johns Hopkins 6, Washington College 3

Soccer

MISL standings

Eastern Division

W L Pct. GB

x-Blast 23 10 .697 -

Philadelphia 19 13 .594 3 1/2

Cleveland 14 19 .424 9 1/2

Central Division

W L Pct. GB

y-Milw. 23 9 .719 -

Kansas City 15 19 .441 9

St.Louis 13 18 .419 10 1/2

Western Division

W L Pct. GB

y-Dallas 19 14 .576 -

San Diego 13 20 .394 6

Monterr.-a 7 24 .226 11

a-record includes 4 forfeits; x-clinched playoff spot; y-clinched division.

Tomorrow's game

S.D. at Milwaukee, 7:35 p.m.

Saturday's games

Blast at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Milw. at St. Louis, 2:05 p.m.

Sunday's games

Dallas at Philadelphia, 1:05 p.m. St. Louis at Clev., 3:05 p.m. K.C. at Monterrey, 7:35 p.m.

Golf

Money leaders

PGA

Player Trn. Money

1. Vijay Singh 8 $2,105,307

2. S. Appleby 6 $2,020,120

3. P. Mcklsn 6 $1,781,100

4. Davis Love 6 $1,748,567

5. Tiger Woods 5 $1,743,850

6. Mike Weir 6 $1,446,867

7. J. Kaye 7 $1,356,470

8. C.Cmpbll 9 $1,297,250

9. John Daly 6 $1,269,646

10. S.Mryma 8 $1,116,214

11. D. Clarke 6 $1,091,875

12. S. Vrplk 5 $1,081,450

13. T. Hmltn 7 $1,046,977

14. Ernie Els 3 $943,000

15. Craig Parry 3 $924,583

16. R. Goosen 7 $924,375

17. C. DiMrco 6 $831,142

18. H. Frazar 7 $789,493

19. Chris Riley 7 $722,198

20. H. Slocum 7 $715,032

21. Jerry Kelly 7 $683,880

22. J. Mggrt 6 $682,800

23. J. Parnevik 8 $668,524

24. S. Flesch 9 $666,684

25. Luke Donald 6 $613,099

26. Kirk Triplett 6 $603,510

27. Adam Scott 4 $585,000

28. F. Jacobson 7 $552,402

29. S. Ames 8 $519,343

30. D. Waldorf 7 $517,958

31. Jay Haas 6 $517,703

32. S. Leaney 6 $512,835

33. Skip Kendall 8 $511,300

34. Bo Van Pelt 9 $511,209

35. A. Baddeley 8 $510,759

36. M. Hnsby 8 $503,106

37. R. Sbbtini 9 $487,640

38. K.J. Choi 7 $477,164

39. K. Perry 8 $469,750

40. R. Allenby 6 $445,511

LPGA

Player Trn. Money

1. A. Sorenstm 1 $180,000

2. Grace Park 2 $131,204

3. K. Stupples 2 $125,815

4. Cristie Kerr 2 $115,600

5. J. Yeon Lee 2 $77,086

6. L. Ochoa 2 $72,829

7. Shi Hyun Ahn 2 $71,327

8. Se Ri Pak 2 $61,935

9. Laura Davies 2 $60,377

10. S.Prmnsdh 2 $44,271

11. Aree Song 2 $41,022

12. M. Redman 2 $35,578

12. W. Ward 2 $35,578

14. B. Burton 2 $30,295

15. D. Andrews 2 $28,943

16. B. Morgan 2 $28,694

17. Lorie Kane 2 $27,786

18. H. Bowie 2 $27,445

19. Pat Hurst 2 $23,789

20. V. Gtze-Akrn 2 $22,708

21. C. Crtwrght 2 $21,220

22. M. Kim 2 $20,443

23. Rosie Jones 2 $18,269

24. S. Jeon 2 $17,543

25. Juli Inkster 2 $17,105

26. C. Kung 2 $16,606

27. A. Stanford 2 $15,948

28. Carin Koch 2 $15,744

29. J. Moodie 2 $14,991

29. K. Webb 2 $14,991

31. C. Matthew 2 $14,896

32. Emilee Klein 2 $14,211

33. Eva Dahllof 2 $13,265

34. S. Cvlleri 2 $12,666

34. J. Rosales 2 $12,666

36. S. Gstfsn 2 $12,313

37. D. Pepper 2 $11,899

38. J. Hullett 2 $11,782

39. T. Green 2 $11,606

40. J. Brthlmw 2 $11,074

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