Athletic Director Richard Schultz says permanent lighting for Virginia football should be in place in Scott Stadium "no later than July 1" at cost of "no more than $300,000." Schultz says he's not sure how many football games will go night, but, "We hope to showcase our soccer and lacrosse programs . . . and our women's sports. We're doing it as much for these as we are for football" . . . Virginia High School Coaches Association, moving annual all-star football and basketball games from Blacksburg to Charlottesville, July 13-16, will break in the U-Va. lights with football on the 15th, says Annandale's Bob Hardage, coordinating.

Wichita State has accepted resignation of Athletic Director Ted Bredehoft. The Shockers, already penalized an NCAA-record six times and currently on basketball probation, are under scrutiny again in basketball and football. University President Clark Ahlberg shoved Bredehoft out, ignoring threats by prominent financial backers of WSU sports, and appointed a university dean, C. Russell Wentworth, interim director.

Georgetown's basketball varsity plays the annual Blue-Gray intrasquad game tonight, 8, in McDonough Arena. But without freshman forward David Dunn; a stress fracture in his right ankle will keep him out about six weeks . . .

Maryland has another precocious hoop star set to sign this week for 1983 enrollment, power forward Terry Long of Richmond's Heritage High, the Richmond Times-Dispatch said last night. Long, 6-8, 247, reported 400 offers.