MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL -- Suspended Twins minor league P Anthony Swarzak 50 games for violating Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
ANGELS -- Recalled IF Kendry Morales from Triple-A Salt Lake.
MARLINS -- Placed P Sergio Mitre on 15-day DL, retroactive to Wednesday. Recalled P Scott Tyler from Double-A Carolina.
ORIOLES -- Activated OF Jay Payton from 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Jon Knott to Triple-A Norfolk.
RED SOX -- Named Gary DiSarcina manager of Single-A Lowell.
TIGERS -- Placed former Orioles P Jose Mesa on 15-day DL, retroactive to Tuesday. Purchased contract of P Aquilino Lopez from Triple-A Toledo. Transferred P Edward Campusano from 15-day DL to 60-day DL.
KINGS -- Fired coach Eric Musselman.
OHIO STATE -- Announced that freshman C Greg Oden, freshman G Mike Conley Jr. and freshman G Daequan Cook have declared for NBA draft.
PRINCETON -- Named Sydney Johnson men's basketball coach.
STANFORD -- Suspended men's swimming coach Skip Kenney two months without pay after an investigation into allegations that he erased the names and records of five former athletes from team publications.
WASHINGTON STATE -- Named June Daugherty women's basketball coach.
BENGALS -- Signed DL Michael Myers to two-year contract.
DOLPHINS -- Fired running backs coach Bobby Williams.
JAGUARS -- Signed WR Ernest Wilford and QB Quinn Gray.
TAMPA BAY STORM (AFL) -- Placed former Ravens QB Stoney Case on IR.
UNITED (MLS) -- Named Pete Calabrese assistant trainer and strength and conditioning coach.
Binghamton 4, UMBC 4 C. Conn. St. 6, Mt. St. Mary's 2 Johns Hopkins 15, Dickinson 9 Washington C. 8, McDaniel 4
Anne Arundel CC 9, CCBC-Dundalk 1 Bowie State 12, N.C. Central 4
Men Delaware 9, Hofstra 6 Ohio State 10, Air Force 6 Women St. Joseph's 14, LaSalle 7 UMass 10, Duqesne 6 Ohio State 9, Penn State 8
NEAC Champ. Final Team scores: 1. Keyston, 650; 2. Villa Julie, 671; 3. Keuka, 714; 4. PSU-Berks, 728; 5. Philadelphia Biblical, 739; 6. Baptist Bible, 771; 7. D'Youville, 857; 8. Cazenovia, 878; 9. Chestnut Hill, 893; 10. Polytechnic, 988.
Men Johns Hopkins 5, Haverford 3 Women William & Mary 4, Towson 4 CAC Semifinals Mary Washington 9, Goucher 0