April 10, 2004



MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Suspended Diamondbacks manager Bob Brenly for one game and fined him undisclosed amount for inappropriate conduct directed at umpire after game March 29. Suspended Phillies P Ryan Madson for three games and fined him undisclosed amount for intentionally throwing pitch at Blue Jays' Frank Catalanotto in game April 1 and suspended Phillies manager Larry Bowa for one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for Madson's actions. Suspended Tigers P Nate Cornejo for five games and fined him undisclosed amount for intentionally throwing pitch at Phillies' Ricky Ledee in game March 29 and suspended Tigers manager Alan Trammell for one game and fined him undisclosed amount for Cornejo's actions.

LITTLE LEAGUE INC.: Announced that Khovrine Little League in Russia will not be allowed to play in this year's World Series because of use of players outside of Moscow league's boundaries.

BLUE JAYS: Claimed P Micheal Nakamura off waivers from Twins and optioned him to Triple-A Syracuse.

METS: Placed former Orioles P Scott Erickson on 15-day DL. Recalled P Jae Weong Seo from Triple-A Norfolk.

RANGERS: Claimed P Cory Vance off waivers from Rockies and optioned him to Triple-A Oklahoma.

RED SOX: Placed P Ramiro Mendoza on 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis. Called up P Mark Malaska from Triple-A Pawtucket.

TWINS: Placed OF Torii Hunter on 15-day DL, retroactive to Wednesday, with strained right hamstring. Recalled OF Lew Ford from Triple-A Rochester.

YANKEES: Agreed to terms with manager Joe Torre on three-year contract extension through 2007 and six-year contract as adviser.


LAKERS: Activated G Kareem Rush.

PACERS: Placed C Primoz Brezec on injured list with left Achilles' tendinitis. Activated F Jonathan Bender.


ARIZONA: Announced sophomore F Andre Iguodala will make himself eligible for NBA draft.

KANSAS: Announced sophomore basketball F Moulaye Niang has been released from his basketball scholarship and freshman basketball G Omar Wilkes won't return next season.

MINNESOTA DULUTH: Announced that Junior Lessard won Hobey Baker Award, given to college hockey's top player. Lessard led nation with 30 goals and 61 points.

PORTLAND STATE: Named Charity Elliott women's basketball coach.

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE: Announced the resignation of men's basketball coach Michael Kelly.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: Named Chris Lowery men's basketball coach and signed him to four-year contract that pays him $180,000 annually.

TULSA: Signed football coach Steve Kragthorpe to one-year contract extension through 2008.

UC SANTA BARBARA: Named Matt Stock men's assistant basketball coach.


BENGALS: Traded their 2004 first round (No. 17) draft pick to Denver for CB Deltha O'Neal and the Broncos' 2004 first-round (No. 24) and 2004 fourth-round (No. 117) draft picks.

BUCCANEERS: Signed CB Mario Edwards.


NHL: Suspended Flyers F Claude Lapointe after he was placed in stage two of league's substance abuse program.



National men

No. 9 Ohio State 12, Butler 5 No. 16 N. Dame 12, Air Force 2 No. 19 Massachustts 16, Manhattan 4 Limestone 15, Wheeling Jesuit 3 Mary Washington 8, Cabrini 6 Thursday's result Amherst 12, Endicott 8

State women

No. 17 Towson 11,

No. 20 George Mason 10

Towson 5 6 - 11

George Mason 5 5 - 10

Goals: GM-Bryant 2, Scott 2, Ohler 2, Berger, Hagan, Manas, Venturi; T-Trumbo 3, Witzel 3, Howell 2, Giancola, Marshall, Middleton. Assists: GM-Bryant, Hagan, Waterson; T-Fitgerald, Howell, Middleton, Trumbo. Saves: GM-Dentler 11 ; T-O'Connell 10.

Other scores

No. 5 Loyola 10, No. 4 Duke 8 No. 11 Syracuse 12, Virginia Tech 7 No. 12 Dartmouth 7, Cornell 6 Vanderbilt 12, No. 15 N.C. 8 Albany 20, Binghamton 14 Gettysburg 20, Bryn Mawr 1 Hofstra 8, Old Dominion 7 Longwood 18, St. Mary's (Calif.) 4 William & Mary 13, Drexel 9


Albany 12-3, UMBC 5-9 Dickinson 11, McDaniel 7 Johns Hopkins 13, Washington C. 4 Mt. St. Mary's 4-4, Monmouth 1-5 Towson 20, JMU 12


Boston U. 8-9, UMBC 0-0 D'Youville 6-12, Villa Julie 1-4 Mt. St. Mary's 13-1, St. Francis (Pa.) 1-4 Muhlenberg 5-16, Washington C. 0-3



UDC 5, St. Mary's 2


UDC 6, St. Mary's 3


State men's lacrosse

UMBC at Quinnipiac, noon Johns Hopkins at Duke, 1 Loyola at Syracuse, 1 Mount St. Mary's at VMI, 1 Navy at Maryland, 1 Towson at Sacred Heart, 1 Gettysburg at Washington College, 1:30 McDaniel at Salisbury, 1:30 St. Mary's at Goucher, 2

National men's lacrosse

Rutgers at Princeton, noon Georgetown vs. Vermont at New Canaan, Conn., 1 Virginia at North Carolina, 1

State women's lacrosse

Boston U. at UMBC, Noon Frostburg St. at Goucher, Noon Haverford at McDaniel, 1 Maryland at Johns Hopkins, 1 Wagner at Mount St. Mary's, 1 Washington College at Franklin & Marshall, 1 Salisbury at St. Mary's, 2

High schools


Boys tennis

Tiger Ferris Tournament At St. Alban's

Team: 1. McDonogh

No. 1 Singles final: Mark Gober (McDonogh) def. Aaron Carr (DeMatha), 3-6, 6-4, (7-6), 3


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