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TRANSACTIONS

For The Record

February 26, 2005

Moves

Baseball

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.

Basketball

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.

Colleges

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.

Football

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.

Hockey

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

Soccer

UNITED: Signed MF Clyde Simms.

Colleges

Baseball

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.

Squash

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

Tennis

Men Bucknell 5, Washington C. 2

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