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May 10, 2004

Moves

Baseball

ANGELS: Placed 1B Darin Erstad on 15-day DL with strained right hamstring. Purchased contract of 1B Casey Kotchman from Double-A Arkansas. Transferred P Greg Jones from 15-day to 60-day DL.

METS: Purchased contract of P James Baldwin from Triple-A Norfolk. Optioned P Tyler Yates to Norfolk. Transferred former Orioles P Scott Erickson from 15-day DL to 60-day DL.

ORIOLES: Optioned OF Darnell McDonald to Triple-A Ottawa.

REDS: Placed 3B Brandon Larson on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 8, with strained left quadriceps muscle. Recalled IF Tim Hummel from Triple-A Louisville.

TWINS: Optioned C Rob Bowen to Double-A New Britain.

Football

BENGALS: Named Chuck Bresnahan assistant coach. Signed free-agent TE Michael Morris and LB Joe Siofele. Waived QB Kurt Kittner, G Tyronne Armstrong, G Ibrahaim Fraser and DT Eric Johnson.

Colleges

Lacrosse

National men

Centennial Conference championship

Gettysburg 7, Wash. Coll. 6

Gettysburg 3 3 1 0 - 7

Wash. Coll. 2 3 1 0 - 6

Goals: G-Smith 3, Gallant 2, Twombly, Stewart; WC-Spivey 2, Berger, Dyal, Renner, Nolan. Assists: G-Purkat, Van Nostrand; WC-Berger, Spivey, Vetter. Saves: G-Vaughan 17; WC-Yost 14.

MAAC championship

Providence 11, Manhattan 6

Manhattan 3 1 2 0 - 6

Providence 4 2 1 4 - 11

Goals: M-Otto 2, Lewis 2, Oppito, Murray; P-Giuntini 4, Farley 2, Hollister 2, Kelly, Bundra, Kirwan. Assists: M-Lewis, Oppito, Otto, Tanner; P-Farley, Giuntini, Hollister, Kornobis, Ryan. Saves: M-Landers 7; P-McMinn 13.

State women

No. 3 Maryland 13,

No. 20 George Mason 9

George Mason 5 4 - 9

Maryland 6 7 - 13

Goals: GM-Watterson 3, Venturi 2, Hagan 2, Bryant, Evans; M-Coppedge 5, Collins 2, Dorney 2, Cox 2, Walker, Warren. Assists: GM-Berger, Watterson; M-Walker 3, Collins, Motley. Saves: GM-Dentler 20; M-Miles 6.

Division III quarterfinals

Salisbury 8, Gettysburg 5

Gettysburg 1 4 - 5

Salisbury 5 3 - 8

Goals: G-Delauney 2, Blankenship 2, Kelly; S-Stansbury 3, McCarthy 2, L. Bateman, Ackermann, Wirth. Assists: G-Lowe, Zappacosta; S-White 2, L. Bateman, M. Bateman, Tack. Saves: G-Borucki 8; S-Goetz 22.

Other score

CNJ 19, Colorado Coll. 9

NCAA Division III men

Wednesday* Endicott at Geneseo State Sunday* Endicott-Geneseo winner at Middlebury Springfield at Stevens Eastern Connecticut at Nazareth Clarkson at Cortland State Wooster at Salisbury Messiah at Washington & Lee Cabrini at Gettysburg Whittier at Washington *-times TBA

NCAA Division II men

Semifinals May 22 New York IT at Le Moyne, 1 Mercyhurst at Limestone, 1 Final May 30 at M&T Bank Stadium, 3

Saturday

State women Salisbury, St. Mary's at NCAA Division III tournament at St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY, 1

Baseball

Maryland 3, North Carolina 1, 11 innings Vermont 7, Maryland 4

Softball

Maryland 1-2, Villanova 0-1 Towson 2, Drexel 0

Auto racing

Formula One

Spanish Grand Prix

At Barcelona, Spain Lap length: 2.876 miles 1. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 66 laps, 1 hour, 27 minutes, 32.841 seconds.

2. Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Ferrari, 66, 1:27:46.131.

3. Jarno Trulli, Italy, Renault, 66, 1:28:05.135.

4. Fernando Alonso, Spain, Renault, 66, 1:28:05.741.

5. Takuma Sato, Japan, BAR-Honda, 66, 1:28:15.141.

6. Ralf Schumacher, Germany, Williams-BMW, 66, 1:28:46.641.

7. Giancarlo Fisichella, Italy, Sauber Petronas, 66, 1:28:49.941.

8. Jenson Button, Britain, BAR-Honda, 1 lap behind.

9. Felipe Massa, Brazil, Sauber Petronas, 1 lap.

10. David Coulthard, Britain, McLaren-Mercedes, 1 lap.

11. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, McLaren-Mercedes, 1 lap.

12. Mark Webber, Australia, Jaguar, 1 lap.

13. Cristiano Da Matta, Brazil, Toyota, 1 lap. Not Classified 14. Giorgio Pantano, Italy, Jordan, 51 laps completed.

15. Juan Pablo Montoya, Colombia, Williams-BMW, 46.

16. Christian Klien, Austria, Jaguar, 43.

17. Olivier Panis, France) Toyota 33.

18. Nick Heidfeld, Germany, Jordan, 33.

19. Gianmaria Bruni, Italy, Minardi, 31.

20. Zsolt Baumgartner, Hungary, Minardi, 17.

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