For The Record

February 26, 2005



ANGELS: Agreed to terms with P Tim Bittner, SS-2B Alberto Callaspo, P Scott Dunn, SS Maicer Izturis, C Jeff Mathis, 3B Dallas McPherson and P Ervin Santana.

ASTROS: Signed IF Chris Burke and OF Luke Scott to one-year contracts.

BRAVES: Agreed with P Roman Colon, P Horacio Ramirez, C Johnny Estrada, OF Ryan Langerhans, IF Wilson Betemit, IF Nick Green and IF Adam LaRoche on one-year contracts.

INDIANS: Agreed with P Francisco Cruceta, P Jason Davis, P Kyle Denney, P Cliff Lee, IF Brandon Phillips, 1B Ben Broussard, OF Jody Gerut and OF Grady Sizemore on one-year contracts.

NATIONALS: Agreed to terms with P Luis Ayala.

PHILLIES: Agreed with OF-1B Ryan Howard and P Pedro Liriano on one-year contracts.

ROYALS: Agreed with OF Matt Diaz and 2B Carlos Febles on minor league contracts.


BUCKS: Waived F Alan Henderson.

GRIZZLIES: Activated G James Posey from injured list. Placed G Dahntay Jones on injured list with left knee tendinitis.

NUGGETS: Signed F-C Mark Pope to second 10-day contract

TIMBERWOLVES: Activated F Mark Madsen from injured list. Placed F Eddie Griffin on injured list.

MYSTICS (WNBA): Announced resignation of senior vice president of operations Judy Holland-Burton to return full-time to her duties as senior vice president of Washington Sports and Entertainment. Named Linda Hargrove general manager.


CLEVELAND STATE: Dismissed senior F Omari Westley from men's basketball team.

DELAWARE: Announced resignation of OL coach Kyle Flood.

FLORIDA: Announced F Bernice Mosby has left women's basketball team for remainder of season.

GEORGIA: Announced defensive ends coach Jon Fabris will remain with school after accepting similar position with Oklahoma.

GRAMBLING STATE: Signed football coach Melvin Spears to five-year contract.

NORTH CAROLINA: Announced WR Adarius Bowman and DT Isaiah Thomas will not return to football team next season.

N.C. STATE: Named Dwayne Dixon wide receivers coach.

TEMPLE: Suspended men's basketball coach John Chaney for remainder of regular season for ordering rough play by one of his players against Saint Joseph's and an opponent's arm was broken.


PANTHERS: Released WR Muhsin Muhammad.

PATRIOTS: Released CB Ty Law.

RAIDERS: CB Charles Woodson signed $10.5 million tender as team's franchise player.

RAMS: Signed RB Marshall Faulk to four-year contract.

SEAHAWKS: Released WR Jerry Rice.

STEELERS: Terminated contracts of CB Chad Scott (Maryland) and TE Jay Riemersma.

High schools

ANNAPOLIS: Will Eden orally comitted to Virginia for track.


MIGHTY DUCKS: Announced they have reached agreement to sell team to Dr. Henry Samueli.


UNITED: Signed MF Clyde Simms.



Missouri 25, Navy 2 Old Dominion 5, UMBC 1

Men's lacrosse

Guilford 17, Manhattanville 3 Catholic at Salisbury, ppd.

Women's lacrosse

Albany 14, Siena 11 North Carolina 10, Temple 6

Today's schedule

Men's lacrosse

Navy at Ohio State, noon Towson at Loyola, noon St. Mary's at Roanoke, 1 UMBC at Duke, 1 Washington and Lee at Washington C., 1:30 Virginia Wesleyan at Goucher, 2 Georgetown at Maryland, 3

Women's lacrosse

Duke at Maryland, noon St. Mary's at Wash. & Lee, 3 Davidson at Johns Hopkins, 5 No. 3 Northwestern vs. Oregon at Denver, 1 C. Newport at Salisbury, ppd. Virginia Tech at UMBC, ppd.


CSA team championships Amherst 8, Navy 1

Swimming and diving

Colonial Athletic Asoociation championships (Day 3) Men 1. UNC-Wilmington 428; 2. George Mason 421; 3. Old Dominion 345.5; 4. Drexel 262; 5. Towson 238.5; 6. William&Mary 230; 7. James Madison 205; 8. Davidson 146; 9. Charleston 118; 10. Delaware 72 Women 1. George Mason 428; 2. Towson 395; 3. UNC-Wilmington 392; 4. William & Mary 362; 5. James Madison 241; 6. Davidson 220; 7. Charleston 149; 8. Old Dominion 147; 9. Delaware 138; 10. Drexel


Men Bucknell 5, Washington C. 2

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