For The Record

October 01, 2004



METS: Named Omar Minaya general manager/executive vice president of baseball operations.

WHITE SOX: Activated P Scott Schoeneweis from 15-day DL.


BOBCATS: Signed C Primoz Brezec to a contract extension.

CELTICS: Waived F Rick Fox, who announced his retirement.

CLIPPERS: Signed free-agent G Rick Brunson, F Terence Morris (Maryland), F Marcus Fleming and C Jerry Holman. Named Richard Williams strength and conditioning coach.

GRIZZLIES: Re-signed F Stromile Swift to one-year contract.

HORNETS: Signed F Lee Nailon and G Junior Harrington. MAVERICKS: Signed free-agent G Avery Johnson, who had been with Warriors.

SPURS: Signed free-agent F James Thomas.


NCAA: Placed Louisiana-Monroe and Stetson on probation until September 2005 for recruiting and unethical conduct violations in women's tennis.

UCLA: Announced G Ryan Walcott plans to transfer to Division II Grand Canyon University.

MARYLAND: Named Jeff Shirk assistant coach.

TOWSON: Announced the following will be inducted into the Towson University Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 8: Danielle Barry (women's basketball, 1994), Devin Boyd(men's basketball, 1993), John Blatchley (men's lacrosse, 1993), Gabby Linarducci Frezza (1994, gymnastics), Ed McCue (1992, men's soccer), Tom Nelson (1977), Jim Myers (men's soccer, 1967) and Terry Truax (men's basketball coach).


BROWNS: Placed TE Kellen Winslow Jr. on injured reserve. Signed OL Bo Lacy.

CHIEFS: Signed WR Richard Smith to practice squad. Released WR John Booth from practice squad.

COWBOYS: Signed TE Mikhael Ricks and CB Tyrone Williams. Placed TE Dan Campbell and CB Pete Hunter on injured reserve. Released RB Derrick Knight and OL Thomas Herrion from the practice squad. Signed RB Keylon Kincade and CB Lenny Williams to the practice squad.

PANTHERS: Fined RB Rod Smart an undisclosed amount for missing practice.

Horse racing

CHURCHILL DOWNS INCORPORATED: Named Randall Soth president and general manager of Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans.


BLAST: Selected F Patrick Shamu (first round) and F Beau Brown (second round) in MISL dispersal draft of former Sidekicks.

Pro soccer

MLS schedule

Tomorrow's games

Chicago at Columbus, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at N. Eng., 7:30 p.m. D.C. U at N.Y./N.J., 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Colorado, 9 p.m. Kansas City at L.A., 10 p.m.

Pro basketball

WNBA playoffs

Conference finals

(Best of three; *-if necessary)

Eastern Conference

Connecticut vs. New York Today-at N.Y., 7:30 p.m. Sunday-at Connecticut, noon *Tuesday-at Conn., 8 p.m.

Western Conference

Seattle vs. Sacramento Today-at Sac., 10 p.m. Sunday-at Seattle, 10 p.m. *Tuesday-Seattle, 10 p.m. Colleges

Men's soccer

Frostburg State 2, Bethany 1

Women's soccer

College of Notre Dame 3, Hood 1 Ursinus 1, Wash. Coll. 0

Field hockey

College of Notre Dame 2, Wilson 0 Salisbury 8, Goucher 0


College of Notre Dame def. Hood, 30-16, 30-19, 27-30, 30-25 Morgan State def. UMES, 31-29, 30-24, 30-22



Shepherd 8, Goucher 1 Golf

World Golf Championship

American Express


At Thomastown, Ireland First round, par 72 (36-36) Todd Hamilton 33-33-66 Miguel A. Jimenez 34-33-67 Steve Flesch 34-33-67 Stuart Appleby 32-35-67 Luke Donald 32-35-67 Sergio Garcia 31-36-67 Adam Scott 35-32-67 Zach Johnson 36-32-68 Thomas Bjorn 35-33-68 Nick O'Hern 34-34-68 Retief Goosen 34-34-68 Lee Westwood 35-33-68 Robert Allenby 33-35-68 Justin Leonard 32-36-68 Tiger Woods 32-36-68 Peter Senior 36-33-69 Barry Lane 34-35-69 Jerry Kelly 33-36-69 David Howell 35-34-69 Angel Cabrera 35-34-69 Chris DiMarco 33-36-69 Ernie Els 36-33-69 Peter Lonard 33-36-69 Carlos Franco 35-34-69 Padraig Harrington 34-35-69 Scott Drummond 34-35-69


Southern Farm Bureau


At Madison, Miss. First round, par 72 (36-36) Harrison Frazar 31-34-65 Glen Day 32-33-65 John Senden 33-32-65 Loren Roberts 33-33-66 Bill Glasson 33-33-66 Brenden Pappas 35-31-66 Deane Pappas 33-33-66 David Sutherland 31-35-66 Patrick Sheehan 34-32-66 Craig Barlow 32-35-67 Billy Andrade 35-32-67 Steve Pate 35-32-67 Carl Pettersson 35-32-67 Chris Smith 31-36-67 Jay Don Blake 33-35-68 Brian Henninger 33-35-68 Larry Mize 33-35-68 Joe Durant 33-35-68 Mike Grob 34-34-68 Jeff Brehaut 34-34-68 Tim Clark 33-35-68 Jay Williamson 34-34-68 Kent Jones 33-35-68 Greg Chalmers 35-33-68 David Morland IV 32-36-68


MAGA Amateur

At Woodmont CC First-round leaders Joe Sheffres 32-36-68; Steve Ligi 34-37-71; Mitch Wyatt 35-36-71; Doug Hurson 36-36-72; Rick Sovero 36-36-72; Billy Hurley 36-37-73; Marty West 37-36-73; Tim Meinhardt 36-37-73; Guy Phelan 36-37-73; Craig Groenendaal 36-38-74; Daniel Schreiber 36-38-74; Kirk Lombardi 37-37-74; Greg Killian 37-37-74; Robert Menefee 38-36-74; Tim Moylan 36-39-75; Zachary Lese 39-36-75; Matt Sughrue 40-35-75; Kevin Spittle 37-38-75; Ken Lampard 36-39-75; Bob Kaestner 40-35-75; Larry Storck 35-40-75; Patrick Sherry 34-41-75; Daniel Hurley 37-38-75; Stan Williams 37-38-75. Pro football

NFL schedule

Sunday's games

(Line in parentheses) Time TV

Oak. (-2 1/2 ) at Hou. 1 p.m.

Phila. (-9) at Chi. 1 p.m.

N.Y.G. at G. Bay (-7) 1 p.m.

Cin. at Pitt. (-4 1/2 ) 1 p.m. 13, 9

N.E. (-5 1/2 ) at Buffalo 1 p.m.

Ind. (-4) at Jack. 1 p.m.

Wash. (-3) at Clev. 1 p.m. 45, 5

N.O. (-3) at Ariz. 4:05 p.m.

Atl. at Caro. (-3 1/2 ) 4:05 p.m.

N.Y.J. (-6) at Miami 4:15 p.m. 13, 9

Tenn. (-3) at S.D. 4:15 p.m.

Den. (-3) at T. Bay 4:15 p.m.

St.L. (-3 1/2 ) at S.F. 8:30 p.m. ESPN

Monday's game

K.C. at Ravens (-5 1/2 ) 9 p.m. 2, 7

Open date

Seattle, Dallas, Detroit, Minnesota

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