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QB Kaheaku-Enhada likely to start for Navy

COL. FOOTBALL

After missing nearly a month of practice and Navy's first two games because of a partially torn hamstring, senior quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada is likely going to be back as the starter when the Midshipmen play Duke on Saturday in Durham, N.C. Along with his teammates, who are coming off Friday's 35-23 loss at Ball State, Kaheaku-Enhada will take a sense of urgency with him onto the field at Wallace Wade Stadium. "I feel like I'm not doing anything for the team sitting on the sideline," Kaheaku-Enhada said yesterday after practice in Annapolis. "I really need to contribute to this team." Kaheaku-Enhada acknowledged that he was a little tired after his first full workout since suffering the injury Aug. 9 during a scrimmage but said he is hopeful the hamstring will continue to strengthen this week. If Kaheaku-Enhada starts, Jarod Bryant would move from quarterback to slotback. DON MARKUS

Maryland: : Kickoff for the Terps' home game against Eastern Michigan on Sept. 20 has been set for 1 p.m. It will not be televised.

UM gymnastics coach Nelligan retiring after '09

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Longtime Maryland women's gymnastics coach Bob Nelligan will retire at the end of the 2009 season, the school announced. Nelligan's son, Brett, who has been an assistant coach since 2003, has been promoted to associate head coach for the coming season. He will assume head coaching duties beginning May 1. Bob Nelligan will end his coaching career after 31 seasons with the Terrapins. He has a career mark of 477-426-4.

College golf: : Arizona State placed three among the top 10 finishers in a 75-player field and won the Duramed NCAA Women's Golf Preview tournament at Caves Valley Golf Club with a three-round total of 8-over-par 872. Oklahoma State freshman Caroline Hedwall of Sweden shot a closing 3-under 69 and claimed the individual title with a 54-hole total of 212.

College basketball: : Notre Dame will renew rivalries with UCLA and Indiana this season. Notre Dame ended UCLA's NCAA-record 88-game winning streak in 1974. The Irish will face the Bruins for the first time since 2005 when they play at Pauley Pavilion on Feb. 7. Indiana will play Notre Dame for the first time since 2004 as part of the Maui Invitational on Nov. 24.

NBA: : Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant announced that he will undergo surgery to repair ligament damage in his right pinkie. Bryant plans to reveal the news on his Web site, kb24.com, and specify the date he intends to have the procedure. Recovery time is expected to be at least six weeks. Bryant postponed having surgery until after the Beijing Olympics, in which last month he helped lead the United States to the gold medal.

Track: : Sprinter Xavier Carter, 22, was arrested in Florida for allegedly carrying a concealed weapon. Carter, from Palm Bay, was released from the Alachua County Jail after agreeing to appear on the third-degree felony charge. Police records show Carter was initially stopped Sunday in Gainesville for playing his car stereo too loudly.

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